The breast is reduced in size by removing some of the skin and breast tissue. The nipple is placed slightly higher on the breast and usually reduced in size as well. Your breast will have a slightly different shape. The scar runs around your areola, in a vertical line towards the inframammary fold, and a scar in the fold below your breast. This is also known as the anchor breast reduction or anchor lift.
Scar anchor lift: So you will have a circular scar around your areola, from there towards the fold of your breast, and a horizontal scar in the fold itself. This is shaped like an anchor and is therefore called anchor scar.
The scars fade and become less and less visible. Moreover, they largely disappear, both under the breasts (in the fold) and around the areola where they are not noticeable.
There are several possible techniques, which we will of course discuss with you. Whether the anchor lift or an alternative approach is the best option depends on the current shape and size of your breasts.