Can a women have a breast reduction procedure and body liposuction done together?

Yes. The two procedures can be performed at the same operation, however, this will increase anesthesia time and will increase overall discomfort after surgery. You will want to discuss with your surgeon if she or he feels it may be safest to stay overnight in the hospital following the procedure.
Yes. I would only do abs and flank lipo with the breast reduction though as any more would be too much surgery at one time.
Yes. Yes, these are commonly done together, and will likely be more cost effective.
Yes, but limit lipo. Too much surgery can be detrimental. If the primary goal of surgery is breast reduction, focus on that goal. Adjunctive liposuction is employed in almost all of my reductions, but I am careful to limit the volume to prevent complications.

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Can a woman go through a breast reduction procedure and lower body liposuction at the same time?

Plastics. You should be able to go through both procedures unless the doctor feels you are a health risk. Read more...
Yes, but.... Patient safety is the most important part of any surgical plan. Your health, the extent of your surgery and expectations must all be taken into consideration. Combining procedures can offer the benefits of a single recovery period. The downside is you have to recover both areas at once. Read more...
Yes. You should be able to go through both procedures unless the doctor feels you are a health risk. However keep in mind that there is a slight increase in risk with each additional surgical procedure. Read more...
See below. Yes you could - but you do need to be careful of the total body removal of tissue at one time. Read more...
Yes. As long as your in good health, these procedures are frequently performed together. Read more...

Can you get a breast reduction procedure which removes only fat and not milk ducts?

Yes. Liposuction can remove only fat from a breast and nothing else. However, not everyone is a candidate for liposuction reduction. While breasts feel fatty, they may be mostly glandular tissue which doesn't suction; this is more true in younger women. Also ls doesn't tighten tissue so fold irritation can continue. Many woman can breast feed after regular reduction if the nipples are left attached. Read more...
Yes. There are a number of different techniques for breast reconstruction, many of which remove fat and breast tissue but leave milk ducts intact. While i caution my patients that i cannot guarantee that they will be able to nurse postoperatively, many patients are able to. Read more...
Good ?, but no. Breast tissue includes fat and glandular (ductal) tissues mixed together, though there is a layer of mostly fat just below the skin surface. If liposuction was confined just to this layer, a small volume of breast volume could be removed, though with a higher chance of ripples or ridges that could be seen or felt. If you're thin even this won't work. See an expert ps for advice. Best wishes! Read more...
Probably not. The person with truly excessive breast size will have an over abundance of glandular tissue which doesn't respond well to anything other than removing excessive glandular/fatty tissue. Liposuction reduction usually leaves the large amounts of skin behind as well asptosy. Read more...