Very clear and detailed description of the procedure.
During a breast reduction procedure Mr. Ahmad prefers, where appropriate, to use a modification of the Hall-Findlay technique. This technique utilises a smaller incision which means limited scarring afterwards. The incision extends around the nipple and then down from the base of the nipple to the natural fold under the breast. This is called a ‘lollipop’ scar. For some patients, it is necessary to make a very small incision along the crease as well. Mr Ahmad finds this technique offers patients the most natural and aesthetically attractive shape to the breast. A breast reduction is performed under general Anaesthetic and you will probably have to stay in hospital overnight before being discharged.