Reduce discomfort caused by
large breasts

with dr morris ritz’s Breast Reduction


Dr Morris Ritz’s breast reduction can be used to

Reduce breast size & reshape

Neck pain due to overly large breasts

Back pain due to overly large breasts

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The Procedure

A breast reduction will reduce the size of the breasts by removing glandular tissues and skin or fat that adds weight to the breasts. Along with decreasing their size, the breasts and nipple are also reshaped to look more youthful and complement the proportions of your body.
You may desire a breast reduction if the current size of your breasts are causing severe discomfort. Back, shoulder and neck pain are common side effects of abundant breasts and can lead to poor posture, an inability to exercise and feelings of self-consciousness.

About Dr Morris Ritz

Dr Ritz has been awarded the Synthes prize for best publication from the Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons of Southern Africa, and the Phyllis Knocker/Bradlow award from the College of medicine in South Africa, for the most distinguished graduate in academic excellence. He has been published extensively in Australia and overseas.

Dr Ritz is a council member of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and is the National Secretary for The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

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Disclaimer – Every patient is unique and results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services carry risks which need to be discussed with your doctor to ensure you are fully informed and realistic outcomes have been explained.