Breast reduction surgery is a procedure that addresses the concerns of overly large breasts through the removal of glandular tissue, skin and excess fat. A breast reduction aims to achieve a more proportionate breast size and relieve the discomfort and pain that can be associated with larger breasts.
Leading an active life is important to many women, but having overly large breasts can limit this ability. Aside from the physical limitations, overly large breasts may also bring with them confidence issues, emotional discomfort and self-esteem problems. A breast reduction may be able to help address some of these issues.
Is Breast Reduction surgery right for me?
The decision to undergo breast reduction surgery is a personal one, at Cosmetic Surgery for Women we’re here to help you understand all your options, answer your questions and feel confident with your decision.
Breast reduction surgery may be right for you, if:
- You are physically fit and healthy
- You are a non-smoker
- Your expectations are realistic as to what can be achieved through surgery
- You feel your breasts may be too large and are not In proportion with your body
- Physical activity or exercise is limited by the size of your breasts
- You find your bra straps dig into your shoulders, leaving indentations
- When unsupported by a bra, your breasts hang low, and your nipples sit below the crease of your breast
- The skin beneath the breast crease may be irritated
- Due to stretched breast skin, you may have enlarged areolas
- The weight of your breasts means you experience neck, shoulder and back pain
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