Breast Reduction Surgery

Breast reductions are a common procedure that many patients have for a variety of reasons including heavy breasts, poor posture or back pain. In 2016, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, cosmetic surgeons performed 143,510 breast reduction surgeries.

A breast reduction is a safe and effective way for women to alleviate discomfort, back and neck pain associated with overly large breast size, improve posture, and can help them achieve a breast size more in proportion with their body size. This procedure will help clothes fit more comfortably, and can improve overall self-esteem and self-confidence.

Many of our clients report in post-surgery follow up appointments that their relationship with themselves and their body image has changed dramatically. This procedure can help both women and men feel happier and confident in their own skin!

Dr. Lakshman provides the consultation, performs the surgery, and personally sees all patients in follow-up. As a board-certified plastic surgeon with countless satisfied clients, Dr. Lakshman continues to bring a standard of excellence to breast reduction in the greater Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley areas. We invite you to review our before and after pictures below.

Are you ready to find out additional information or schedule a consultation with Dr. Lakshman? Please call our office at 626-683-9080 and schedule no-commitment consultation to get all your questions answered.

If you prefer to speak to Dr. Lakshman from the comfort of your home or office, we have a secure virtual consultation service that allows you to speak with Dr. Lakshman from the privacy of your home.

We encourage you to also review our Breast Lift and Breast Reconstruction procedures.

You can return to the Cosmetic page to review other excellent cosmetic surgery procedures.


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