Reduce And Reshape Your Breasts With A Breast Reduction

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If you are not happy with your breasts, you are not alone. Many women are in the same boat. While most may feel that their bust is not big enough, you are dealing with the opposite problem. You have excessively large breasts that are too much of a burden to bear. They are wearing you down, giving you chronic backaches, sore shoulders and a sore neck. They’ve lost their shape as well, drooping as they hang on to your chest. You’re tired of struggling with a large bust. You can bring it down to size with a breast reduction.

What Can a Breast Reduction Do for You?

When you carry the excess weight of a large bust day in and day out, it can take a toll on your body. Even with a supportive bra, you can feel like your back is bowing all the time. It can be a struggle to stand up straight and to be active. You have to buy larger shirts just to make room for your breasts. Whether you have always had large breasts or they have become larger with time, it can be extremely frustrating. If your breasts make you feel uncomfortable and negatively affect your self-esteem, you need to do something about it. A breast reduction could be the answer.

What Happens During a Breast Reduction?

During a typical breast reduction, excess skin, fat and tissue can be removed in order to bring your breasts down to a size that works better for you. Your breast tissue will also be sculpted to give it more definition. The exact details of each procedure vary from patient to patient, since each individual is unique.

Is a Breast Reduction Right for You?

If you simply feel that your breasts are larger than you would like them to be, you can shape your body with a breast reduction. Changes in weight, the approach of menopause and aging could cause your breasts to swell to a point that is uncomfortable for you. If that is the case, now could be the right time for a breast reduction.

By Lisa Bootstaylor, MD

Patient Resources

We’re here to help, with a number of patient resources designed to make your experience as comfortable as possible. Read through the materials below, and don’t hesitate to reach out and set up your consultation to learn more about what we can do for you.

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