Areola reduction


What is areola reduction?

The areola of the woman should have approximately a diameter of 4.5 centimeters, so when it exceeds these measurements a disproportion is observed that is unsightly. In these cases, a reduction is made to avoid this problem.

This surgical technique is performed by removing a fraction of the areolar outer edge or outer diameter of the pigmented nipple of the mammary areola. A areola Disproportionate swelling entails a different technique, which consists of removing glandular submammary tissue under the areola, acquiring a more uniform and turgid appearance.

One of the major concerns of this surgery is that the state of the nipples is altered for later lactations: The answer is no, since after the operation the breasts will continue to retain their ability to breastfeed and the milk ducts will not be affected.

The breast areola reduction It is a surgical procedure that can be requested in isolation or in addition to a breast reduction. In the operation, the patient will be asleep from the beginning and will have no perception of the surgery.

What does the intervention consist of?

Since Mamma Surgery We tell you what this surgery consists of. In areola reduction, a fraction of the outer edge of the areola or the external diameter of the nipple is eliminated, thus pigmenting a mammary areola. If the disproportion is very large, the large submarine tissue underneath it will be removed to give it a more uniform appearance.
The intervention lasts no more than an hour and is performed under local anesthesia, in addition, it does not require hospitalization.

Operation benefits

✅ Natural appearance of the breast.

✅ Better texture and proportionality of the breast.

✅ Remarkable increase in self-esteem.


As it is such a simple intervention recovery will not last more than 48h and the results will be immediate.



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