Description: Inferior pedicle breast reduction can effectively reduce breast volume and is the most common technique of breast reduction in North America. This traditional technique excises both a horizontal and vertical segment of breast to yield an "anchor" or "Inverted-T scar" on the breast. While the incision is longer than that of a vertical breast reduction, the possibility of breast feeding in the future is better. Nerves to the nipples are also better preserved with higher likelihood of conserving nipple sensation following inferior pedicle breast reduction. Inferior pedicle breast reduction surgery can usually be performed as an outpatient procedure. This patient demonstrated a pleasing breast shape following inferior pedicle breast reduction. Discoloration and scarring continued to improve for 1-2 years. Pattern of skin excision was vertical and horizontal giving rise to an "anchor" or "Inverted-T" scar | Vascular circulation to the nipple and areola was preserved by maintaining an inferior pedicle of tissue attachment | Quantity of breast excised was of moderate weight (right 654g, left 605g). Photographic documentation was obtained at 10 months and 2 years after surgery. Note that surgical cases of Dr. Chen Lee are presented for illustrative and educational purposes only. These illustrative cases should not be construed as a guarantee nor assurance as to the surgical results attainable by prospective patients.