Breast Reduction Concord, New Hampshire

What is Breast Reduction surgery?

Women are considering Breast Reduction surgery for a variety of reasons. Usually they are dissatisfied or uncomfortable with how large their breasts have become.

Women with large breasts not only suffer from physical symptoms (also known as macromastia) including back, neck or shoulder pain, they may also have difficulty exercising, suffer from low self-esteem and feel self-aware when in public.

Breast Reduction surgery in Concord, New Hampshire seeks to reduce the size, weight and shape of large and heavy breasts by removing excess breast tissue and fat, and reducing sagging skin to give the breasts a lift at the same time.

The results are generally smaller, less painful and more manageable breasts with less friction, with a younger appearance.

Learn more about Breast Reduction surgery by reading our blog about the most frequently asked questions.

How much does Breast Reduction surgery cost?

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons found that the average cost of breast reduction surgery was just under $6,000. However, this did not include any anesthesia, hospital or other related costs, which can more than double the cost.

Patients seeking Breast Reduction surgery may first want to check whether their health insurance covers the procedure as a medical necessity if they want to avoid paying for the full surgery out of pocket.

Does health insurance cover Breast Reduction surgery?

The rule of thumb for whether insurance will cover a Plastic Surgery procedure is as follows: it is generally accepted that cosmetic surgery, purely for aesthetics, is not covered by health insurance. However, surgery that is defined as medically necessary, often for health reasons, may be covered by health insurance.

Insurance policies may cover some or all of the costs of Breast Reduction surgery for patients who have their daily life severely affected due to their large breasts or because they cannot bear the physical pain and discomfort that their breasts cause.

Patients should not assume that just because they have medical reasons for pursuing a Breast Reduction that their procedure will be covered by their health insurance. Coverage can depend on their provider, policy and location.

Contact the Office

If you are considering Breast Reduction in Concord, New Hampshire, it is vital that you carry out thorough research and find an expert Breast Reduction surgeon that is Board Certified and that you feel comfortable with.

Newburyport Office

21 Highland Ave, Suite 9,
Newburyport, MA 01950
Tel: 855-444-8112

Hours Open:
Monday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Newburyport Office Directions from Concord, NH

  • Get on I-93 S
  • Follow I-93 S, NH-101 E and I-95 S to MA-113 E/Storey Ave in Newburyport. Take exit 57 from I-95 S
  • Continue on MA-113 E to your destination
  • Sharp left onto MA-113 E/Storey Ave (signs for Newburyport/Newbury)
  • Continue to follow MA-113 E
  • Turn right onto Rawson Ave
  • Turn left onto Highland Ave
  • Turn right
  • Destination will be on the left

Local Hospital Privileges

Anna Jaques Hospital

25 Highland Ave,
Newburyport, MA 01950

Hours Open:
Monday: Open 24 Hours
Tuesday: Open 24 Hours
Wednesday: Open 24 Hours
Thursday: Open 24 Hours
Friday: Open 24 Hours
Saturday: Open 24 Hours
Sunday: Open 24 Hours