Stratis Gayner Plastic Surgery
10 Capital Drive #100
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: (717) 728-1700
Tuesday, Thursday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–3 p.m.
Phones are open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. every day
There are many reasons for women in Harrisburg to consider breast reduction surgery. These reasons may include unwanted attention, neck and back pain, bra straps digging into the skin on your shoulders, and skin irritation under the breasts. Whatever your reasons for considering breast reduction surgery, Dr. John Stratis will listen carefully to your goals and help you achieve the more proportionate look you want.
Before & After Photos
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Dr. Stratis is a board-certified plastic surgeon with many years of experience performing breast enhancement procedures. To learn more about breast reduction surgery, Request a consultation with Dr. Stratis online or call the office at (717) 728-1700.
The Right Surgeon
for Any Body
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. John Stratis specializes in breast and body procedures is a leader in modern body contouring methods.Read More
Dr. Stratis performs breast reduction in Pennsylvania under general anesthesia on an outpatient basis. Through carefully-placed incisions, excess skin and tissue will be removed. In most cases, the nipple remains attached to its original blood supply although, in the case of extremely large breasts, the nipple may need to be removed and transplanted to a new position for optimal results. A breast lift is often performed in conjunction with breast reduction to create an elevated appearance.
Drs. Stratis & Gayner are now offering Vectra® 3D Imaging, an innovative system that lets you visualize your problem areas and truly customize your cosmetic experience.Learn More
Recovery and Results
As soon as you’re up and about after surgery, you’ll see right away that your breasts are smaller and balanced with the rest of your figure. Although you should be able to return to work after several days, full exercise should not resume until three weeks after the procedure. When recovery is complete, most women are thrilled to find that they feel confident enough to wear more revealing clothing and that they can engage in exercise without discomfort or embarrassment.