Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction is performed to reduce the size of large, heavy breasts. Large breasts can be as disruptive to a woman as very small breasts, not only because of the embarrassment of size and unwanted attention, but also because of the physical problems.
There may be pain in the breasts, especially around menstruation, such as back pain, shoulder pain, skin irritation between and below the breasts, and disturbed sleep. There may also be problems such as the need for special, supportive undergarments that are often expensive as well as difficulties in finding the right clothes, especially dresses.

In most cases, this operation can provide relief to women through physical, medical and emotional benefits.

Breast reduction is performed during anesthesia and often requires an overnight stay, although it is sometimes possible to do so. outpatient with return home the same day. The incision is made around the nipple, in a vertical line below it and horizontally along the fold of the underside of the breast.

Excess skin and breast tissue are removed and a smaller, firmer breast is created. The nipple is moved higher on the chest to match the new contours.

The scarring that occurs around the nipple and in the nipple will gradually soften and fade. The scar is well hidden, but will be permanent. The operation takes 2-3 hours. It takes some time before all swelling, possibly. bruising has disappeared and only after about 6-9 months can you see the end result.

After the operation, there is a risk of loss of sensation in the breasts and nipples, but the sensation will gradually return in most cases but it may take a long time. There is a small risk that you cannot breastfeed after a breast reduction surgery, but studies have shown that this risk is about the same in women who have not had surgery.

We recommend that you do a mammography examination if you are 40 years of age or if there is an inheritance for breast tumors in the genus.

It is good if you prepare for the surgery by staying fit and finding out as much as possible about what applies before, during and after the surgery.

We are always available and answer your questions.

Price from: 38 997 SEK

or pay part 1 706 SEK / month

Konsultation plastikkirurg

Konsultation Second Opinion plastikkirurgi

Bröstförminskning & lyft
Från 50.000:-

Operating time
1-2 hours

In local anesthesia or under anesthesia

Tid på kliniken
4-6 timmar

Tillbaka på jobbet
1-2 veckor

Before the operation

The first time you visit us you get to meet an experienced information nurse who listens to your wishes, goes through the operation and answers your questions.

You will, among other things, get information about the procedure itself and what you can expect, what it costs and how long the waiting time is. You can also fill out a questionnaire about your health condition, any past illnesses and surgeries. We also talk about your expectations. This first visit is always free of charge.

If you choose to proceed, we will book an operating time and a consultation time with one of our plastic surgeons.

Consultation is important. We carefully review your health condition and any medicines you take. It provides an opportunity to talk extensively about all aspects of the operation. You can try a number of different types and models of implants with your plastic surgeon. The end goal is that the result is completely in line with your expectations.

It is good if you prepare for the surgery by staying in shape and finding out as much as possible about what applies before, during and after the operation. For the operation to be as good as possible, you should be on a body mass index (BMI) below 30.

Smoking impairs the oxygen supply to the tissue and in turn delays the wound healing process. It also increases the risk of complications and you should therefore be smoke-free 6 weeks before the operation and until the wound is healed.

We are always on hand to answer your questions.


On the day of surgery, you will meet your surgeon. He / she photographs the area of ​​operation if this is not done in conjunction with the consultation.

The procedure is done in local anesthesia in combination with a sedative. The surgery takes about 1-5 hours depending on which body part (s) you want to operate. You go home the same day.

that’s how it goes

If you want to book a time for surgery, you can do so after the consultation. Sometimes you want to think about the matter and then call and book a time. Once you have decided and booked an operation time you will receive information material from us. There is comprehensive information and instructions about the procedure and what to think about before, during and after the clinic stay.

Prior to surgery

On the day of surgery, you meet your surgeon, who draws on you. You have the opportunity to ask additional questions if needed. You will be photographed.

The length of the operation depends on the procedure being performed as well as its extent. Prior to the surgery, you will receive pain relief for preventative purposes and also some sedative medicine. The procedure is then essentially painless either in local anesthesia or anesthesia.

After surgery

If the procedure is performed under local anesthesia, you will be able to stand on your own legs and go home, but not drive your own car. Should you need to rest further at the clinic there is of course that possibility.

If the procedure is performed in anesthesia, you will be rested in one of our awakening rooms. Our employees will take good care of you so that you feel safe with us. It is important to keep in mind that you are not allowed to drive your car home after the procedure.

After surgery

As a rule, prescription drugs such as Panodil and Ipren are sufficient as pain relief when you get home.

Before returning home, you will receive a return card with a telephone number to the clinic and to the plastic surgeon who has performed the operation so that you can reach us around the clock.

One of our nurses will call and hear how you feel 1-2 days after returning home.

After about 2 weeks you will return for a postoperative check. After a week most people can start working and after 3-6 weeks you can start exercising. Before that, we recommend quiet walks.

It is normal for the surgical areas to be swollen for a long time and in some cases it may take 2-3 months before all swelling has settled. Bruises in the skin are also common and harmless but take a few weeks before they fade. To reduce swelling, you should have compression straps in the areas after surgery, first time around the clock for about 4 weeks and then a few more days during the day. The compression treatment also contributes to a good result. Despite refined techniques in liposuction, irregularities and pitting can occur in the skin and this must be aware of. Before the operation, you and your surgeon must have carefully gone through expectations and realistic results.

telephone Consultation

If you live far from Gothenburg and thus have difficulties in coming to a doctor’s consultation, you can send photographs together with contact details and a description of your wishes. We will contact you for a telephone consultation as soon as the pictures have arrived at the clinic. You will find our email form on the website below contact us.

Package solutions with transport and overnight stay

Laser & Aesthetics also offers package solutions with transport and hotel accommodation in connection with the operating stay. Contact your clinic for more information.

Practical information

Visits and follow-ups

Visits and follow-ups are, of course, included in the operating cost. The patient gets a return visit from us, but can even contact us for booking when it suits us. Of course, if necessary, the patient may come in for several visits at no extra cost.


The operating cost must be paid no later than 7 days before the operating day, we do not issue an invoice for postpayment. We provide financing for operations and treatments. Contact your clinic for more specific payment information.


Contact your clinic for booking.

cancellation Policy

Of course, you always have the option to cancel / reschedule your time, but this must be done at least 7 days before the agreed operating time, this also applies to preliminary bookings. See our cancellation policy below.

If canceled / re-booked no later than 7 days before the agreed operating time, 10% of the sum will be charged.
If canceled / re-booked later than 3 days before the agreed operating time, 30% of the surcharge will be charged.
In case of non-operation (no cancellation / re-booking) 50% of the operation sum will be charged.
When canceling for medical reasons, no charge is made, however, a valid medical certificate is required.