Breast Reduction in Portland, OR

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Excessively large breasts can cause their share of problems, drawing unwanted attention and causing pain in the back and shoulders over time. Even worse, extremely large breasts can lead to self-confidence issues and embarrassment. Dr. Sean McNally has helped thousands of patients in Portland, OR regain their confidence and enjoy the life they dream of through cosmetic breast reductions. Also known as reduction mammaplasty, this surgery offered by The Oregon Clinic reduces excess skin, fat, and unhealthy tissue to reshape the breasts as desired. The result is a smaller, more perky breast appearance.

At The Oregon Clinic, we are able to perform breast reduction surgery as an outpatient service using general anesthesia. The time required for your procedure will depend on a variety of factors, including the type of incision needed, the general technique involved, and the amount of breast tissue that needs to be removed. The procedure starts with an incision, which will be made around the areola and down to the fold underneath the breast (in a vertical pattern) or as a full anchor shape around the areola and down and around the folds under the breasts (called the Wise pattern). Dr. McNally will review these choices during your consultation, but the technique used will depend on your preoperative breast size, the position of your nipples, and your cosmetic goals. The areola and nipple will also be repositioned as necessary for a natural appearance. While scarring is common from this procedure, advances in surgical methods have led to a dramatic decrease in visible scarring from breast reduction surgery.

Dr. McNally and his staff have done an amazing job every step of the way during my breast reduction surgery process. Everyone in the office is warm and kind, making me feel at home when I am there. I appreciated the time that the medical assistants took to check in on me and to make sure I was comfortable and had what I needed before and after surgery. I am two weeks out post op and I am very happy with the results and the care I am still receiving.

S.J. Google

I just had my 6 week post-op for my breast augmentation surgery. From my very first correspondence with Dr. McNally inquiring about possible surgery, he has been nothing but thorough and professional. A huge thing for me is not feeling afraid to ask questions, this is my body, clarity and honesty are very important. He’s understood this from day one and it shows. Being a Black transgender woman, I never felt insecure or ignored by him or his staff. They’ve also handled the pandemic very well. With great energy through email and appointments, the procedure itself went off without a hitch as well. Him and his team took SUCH good care of me. Organic interactions, patience, peace of mind, and genuine care were consistent throughout. The surgery was done without rush and they made sure to keep my requests/concerns in mind. Execution was top notch and healing has been stellar. I feel at peace knowing that deciding on Dr. McNally was a good choice. I highly recommend him.

R.N. Google

I was referred to Dr. McNally by my primary care physician for a bilateral breast reduction. I was initially impressed that he could accommodate me on short notice. I was nervous as I had struggled with very large breasts my entire life, and the thought of doing anything about it seemed insurmountable. Dr. McNally kept a positive attitude and assured me we could meet our goals and insurance would pay for it. He was right! It almost seemed too good to be true, but he was right all along. Dr. McNally led a five hour surgical operation. Afterwards, I went home the same day, and I am recovering nicely. Everyone (especially me) is impressed that I am doing so well. He has changed my life for the better, and I am eternally grateful!

A.F. Google

I have had large breasts since I can remember and when it finally came around to me making an appointment for a breast reduction, I was definitely nervous. I’m only 21, but my doctor had recommended doing it sooner rather than later. Dr. McNally was super helpful and answered all my questions. I felt very comfortable and as I began this process during COVID, I felt very safe. He made sure to set my expectations for everything and that helped the process go very smoothly, especially because it can be hard to get breast reduction covered by insurance (although I was lucky and got approved first round). I am now one week post-op and feeling great. He was quick and while my recovery and healing process will take some time until they look “normal,” they’re looking great so far and I’m so happy with my choice and my results. Would highly recommend!

K.B. Google

I had a breast augmentation and a mastopexy at TOC I had such an amazing experience! my surgeon Dr. McNally was absolutely incredible!!!! He is very informative, made me feel very comfortable! He went above and beyond for me to give me what I was wanting. He listened he cared he was realistic with my expectations. I am beyond happy with my results! He did a wonderful job! I literally cried out of pure happiness seeing my new breasts for the first time. All the staff at TOC was super friendly and professional. I am very satisfied with my overall experience and would 100% recommend Dr. McNally to anyone looking for a great surgeon!

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Insurance may cover a portion of the cost of your breast reduction if the procedure is being done to address health issues (like chronic pain or recurrent rashes) that can be caused by overly large breasts. If you are ready to reclaim your health and be able to enjoy a more active lifestyle, join the many patients Dr. McNally has already helped with surgical reduction of the breasts. During your consultation at The Oregon Clinic, we will talk through all of the available options and help develop a custom treatment plan to fit your unique goals. There is no reason to continue living with the lack of confidence or discomfort that can accompany oversized breasts. We invite you to call our office in Portland, OR to learn more about our exceptional breast reduction treatment.

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Will my insurance cover breast reduction?

In some cases, your health insurance might cover part of the cost of breast reduction surgery if it's considered medically necessary. If you are considering using your insurance, talk to Dr. McNally so he can help you with your claim. You should talk to your provider to find out if your specific policy may pay for the surgery and the information they need to approve it. Your insurance will most likely decide based on measurements like your height, weight, body surface area, and body mass index (BMI).

Will my nipples be moved?

Usually, the nipples and areola will be moved up to a central position on the breast during breast reduction surgery. If a significant amount of breast tissue and skin needs to be removed, your nipple-areola are may be cut out and moved. Dr. McNally will choose an incision technique so the nipple and areola are easy to move higher. It is also possible to reduce the size of the areola with an areolatome. All of these options will be discussed during your consultation before Dr. McNally helps you choose the best plan to meet your goals.

Can I breastfeed after a breast reduction?

Reduction surgery can affect your ability to breastfeed. While some women may still be able to breastfeed after a surgical reduction, some cannot. It is difficult to predict whether your surgery will interfere with breastfeeding. This is why Dr. McNally suggests that patients be done having children or be willing to not breastfeed before considering breast reduction surgery.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.