Is It Time for a Breast Reduction?

breast reduction in Houston is needed for women in order to increase their physical or mental well-being. It is not only painful for some women to have large breasts, but their self-esteem and confidence can be affected by breasts that are not proportioned to the rest of their body. If you are finally fed up with not finding clothes that fit or having an aching back, it may be time for you to get a breast reduction and feel better all around.

Physical Implications of Large Breasts

Although some women get breast augmentation to have large breasts, others believe they are cursed with them. Neck and back pain are often associated with large breasts that can be very hard for women to have to deal with day in and day out. Women that have a medical history of pain due to their large breasts may be able to get a breast reduction with the financial help of their health insurance. Of course, you need to find this information out before scheduling a surgery with a plastic surgeon.

Mental Implications of Large Breasts

Other problems women can have with large breasts is that they are suffering mentally. Unable to find clothes that fit their shape is very draining. They are not able to show off their figure since they have to wear bulky clothes to accommodate for their breast size. Some women can try and lose excess weight since some will see their breast size reduce, but this does not work for everyone and more drastic measures will have to be taken.

Breast reduction surgery can be done for any reason. You can speak with a plastic surgeon to discuss your reasons behind wanting a breast reduction. You will also need to decide how many cup sizes you want to decrease and if you want a breast lift at the same time, which is something many women opt for.

Schedule a Consultation

Contact us today to schedule your appointment with the renowned plastic surgeon and breast & body specialist Dr. Mark Schusterman. Take your first steps to a more beautiful you.

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