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Areola Reduction Surgery
Your areolas are the pigmented areas surrounding your nipples. Like breasts, areolas vary widely in size, color, and shape. It’s perfectly normal to have large or differently sized areolas. If you’re uncomfortable with the size of your areolas, reduction is possible.
Areola reduction surgery is a relatively simple procedure that can reduce the diameter of one or both of your areolas. It can be performed on its own, or together with a breast lift, a breast reduction, or breast augmentation.
Read on to learn more about how it’s done, what recovery’s like, and more.
What happens during areola reduction?
Areola reduction is usually performed under local anaesthetic and takes about one hour. In some cases, general anaesthetic may be used.
Areola reduction surgery is performed by removing a circular area of the outer brown area of the areola. The skin surrounding this is then brought inwards in a purse string fashion to surround the areola. Absorbable stitches inside the areola are used to reduce the diameter. Your wound will be covered by dressings and you may need to wear a special bra to hold your breasts in position while they are healing.
Immediately following your procedure you may be drowsy if you have had a general anaesthetic. Your incisions may be sore, but we will give you pain relief medication. You should be able to go home on the day of surgery.
How much does it cost?
The cost of areola reduction surgery depends on a variety of factors, including your geographic location. The biggest determinant of cost is the type of procedure you get.
If you plan on combining it with a breast lift or reduction, the cost will be higher. Done by itself, areola reduction surgery can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000.
Areola reduction surgery is a cosmetic procedure that’s not covered by insurance. You’ll have to pay for it out-of-pocket. Some clinics offer payment plans that can help you afford treatment.
Areola Reduction within Australia