Too Much Of A Good Thing | When Large Breasts Become A Problem

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Posted August 20, 2019 in Plastic Surgery News, by Dr. Fiorillo

When we hear someone say “breast surgery,” we’ll often assume they’re talking about Breast Augmentation. As the number-one surgical cosmetic procedure in the US, breast enhancement has helped millions of small-breasted women achieve a larger, fuller bust line. Countless other women, however, suffer from the opposite problem.

Breasts that are too large can cause a laundry list of health and emotional problems. Often, these will include:

  • Back pain
  • Improper posture
  • Breathing problems
  • Bone issues
  • Low self-esteem

And, while some might see large breasts as a blessing, for others it can become a nightmare. Thankfully, plastic surgery offers a solution: Breast Reduction Surgery. Not sure what it’s all about? Read on to learn more about the procedure.

Breast Reduction Procedure

Breasts that are too large can quickly turn from a small bother to a full-blown burden. Breast reduction surgery can often become the only good option. Here’s a brief introduction to the procedure:

A breast reduction is performed under general anesthesia and can generally take anywhere from two hours to four hours to perform. After incisions are made, fat and glandular tissue are removed from the breast The skin is also tightened to achieve smaller, lighter breasts that are in a healthier proportion to the rest of the body. When it comes to relieving symptoms, many patients find that a breast reduction can make all the difference in the world. Think this may be the right procedure for you? Schedule a consultation today.

Plastic Surgeon in NJ

To find out if breast reduction surgery is right for you, contact us today and schedule a consultation. We have locations in Montvale, NJ, Pearl River, NY and SOHO, NYC. Call us at (845) 842-1258. We look forward to hearing from you.

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