breast reduction

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AvatarAnonymous asked 6 years ago

what is nvolved in breast reduction

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TrishTrish Contributor answered 6 years ago

Here’s a link which details the procedure, what to expect, frequently asked questions, risks and complications, and you can also check out the other blogs on breast reduction.

Breast Reduction Surgery (Reduction Mammoplasty)

Once going through this, if you have any specific questions, let us know.


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Dr Patrick BriggsDr Patrick Briggs Contributor answered 6 years ago

Having large, heavy breasts makes many woman uncomfortable both physically and psychologically.  The excess weight of large breasts may cause back and neck pain, skin irritation, skeletal deformities, even breathing difficulties.  Many teen-aged girls and women are also extremely self conscious about the size of their breasts.
For women with these problems, breast reduction surgery can bring significant relief.  Indeed, it is one of the most successful and immediately satisfying of aesthetic procedures because it allows patients to enjoy a more active life and greater self-esteem.
The breast reduction procedure removes fat, glandular  tissue and skin to create smaller, better shaped lifted breasts.  It can also reduce the size of the areola, the darker skin surrounding the nipple.  The goal is attractive breasts that are in proportion to the rest of your body.
Hope this assist in answering your question.
Kind regards
Dr Patrick Briggs

Dr Patrick Briggs

Dr Patrick Briggs is an internationally trained Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon based in Perth, Western Australia.

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