Thinking About Breast Reduction Surgery?

breast reductionSmall-breasted women may desire larger breasts, but some of their friends who are overly-endowed would gladly trade places with them. Heavy, pendulous breasts can be a burden for the body and back. They may also make some women very self-conscious.

A good first step is reaching a healthy weight, since losing weight can reduce the size of a woman’s breasts. If weight loss doesn’t produce the desired effect, breast reduction surgery may be the best option to reduce breast size, regain self-esteem and reduce back pain.

Are you wondering whether breast reduction surgery would be right for you? Read on:

1.Are you uncomfortable with the way your clothes fit?
2.Is one of your breasts larger than the other?
3.Do your breasts get in your way?
4.Does the weight of your breasts cause them to droop?
5.Does the weight of your breasts cause shoulder, neck, or back pain?
6.Is it difficult to find a bra?
7.Do your breasts make you self-conscious?
8.Does the size of your breasts prevent you from participating in activities you enjoy?
9.Are your breasts out of proportion with the rest of your body?
10.Does the weight of your breasts affect your posture?

If you answered was “yes” to any of those 10 questions, you would be a good candidate for breast reduction surgery.

If you choose breast reduction surgery, we will first ensure that you are healthy and suited to the procedure. Breast reduction is performed under general anesthetic as either an in-patient surgery or with an overnight hospital stay. During the procedure, small incisions will be made and excess tissue and fat will be removed. While your breasts may still change due to hormone fluctuations, weight gain, pregnancy, and aging, the results of the surgery will be permanent and you’ll quickly start experiencing the benefits of having normal sized breasts.

A breast reduction procedure can change your life. To learn more, call to schedule a consultation appointment, today.

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