Less is sometimes more

Breast reduction and breast lift


It is not always smaller or sagging breasts that cause women to consider breast surgery. Often it is also the desire to reduce an excessively large breast.

Overly large breasts can cause both psychological and physical problems for many women.

Breast reduction

During a breast reduction, excess breast tissue, including fat, skin and glandular tissue, is removed to reduce the size and weight of the breast.
This procedure is often performed on women who suffer from complaints such as back or neck pain due to overly large breasts.

Breast lift

During a breast lift, the position of the nipple and breast tissue is adjusted to achieve a firmer and more youthful appearance. This procedure is suitable for women whose breasts have lost firmness due to pregnancy, weight loss or natural ageing.

Breast reduction and lifting at a glance:


Before the operation, a detailed consultation takes place in which the doctor checks the anatomical requirements and the patient can express her wishes.


The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and involves an inpatient stay of around two days

Back at it again

A bandage is applied for a period of five days, which can then be replaced by a sports bra.

Sport & Leisure

Sport and other physical exertion should be avoided at all costs during the first four weeks




Although both procedures can achieve similar results, breast reduction focuses on reducing the size, while breast lift mainly aims to improve the shape and position of the breast. Both techniques are often combined to achieve optimal results, especially for women who want to lose both size and firmness.

The operation can be combined with various aesthetic procedures,
to achieve a comprehensive and harmonious result.

A combined operation reduces the overall risk and saves time and costs.