Would You Benefit From Breast Reduction Surgery?

Breast reduction surgery has become a popular option for women with large, heavy breasts.  There are a number of problems that can be caused if your breasts are disproportionately large to the rest of your body.  Some of the most commonly reported issues include physical pain, decreased self-esteem, and social uneasiness.  Fortunately, women don’t have to live with these physical and emotional symptoms anymore.  Breast reduction surgery provides a variety of benefits, many of them you may not have even considered.

Getting Relief from the Physical Discomfort and Pain

If your breasts are disproportionately large for your stature or size, there are a number of physical discomforts or pains which can arise.  Some of the most commonly reported issues include poor posture, painful indentations from bra straps, and skin irritation beneath the breast.  There are some even more serious issues which can arise.  They include long-term skeletal deformities and breathing problems.  Young women who are in their early teens to early 20’s are particularly vulnerable to the more serious. long-term risks because their body is still growing and maturing.

By reducing the weight of your breasts and making them more proportionate to your stature, breast reduction surgery provides a simple solution which can’t eliminated the underlying cause of these physical discomforts.  If you are suffering from these types of physical effects, there is a good chance that this type of surgery will be covered by your insurance.

Looking and Feeling Better

Another benefit of breast reduction surgery is that it can dramatically improve your appearance.  If your breasts are disproportionately large or heavy, they can quickly become asymmetrical or appear saggy.  After a breast reduction surgery, your breasts will be more proportional and symmetrical.

Plus, you will benefit from smaller, firmer breast contours.  This will not only enhance your appearance, but also provide you with access to a much wider range of fashion choices.  This is because many women with larger breasts often have problems finding tops which fit them properly and ask that their features.

Gaining Confidence in Yourself

Women across the country get breast reduction surgeries for the same reason that others get breast enlargement surgeries.  It is because it makes them feel sexier, healthier, and more attractive.  Your breasts likely play an important role in your overall self-image – at least it does for most women.  As a result, if you are unhappy with your breasts, you will likely slowly lose self-confidence in yourself – especially in stressful social situations.

While breast reduction surgery has been gaining in popularity over the last decade, many people attribute its rise to prominence to female athletes.  A large number of female athletes must get a breast reduction surgery in order to comfortably compete in their endeavors.  It also decreases their likelihood of back and shoulder injuries over the course of their career.  In many cases, they can even improve their balance, quickness, and improve their overall body awareness.

In the past, many women were shy about considering breast reduction surgery.  This was largely due to a lack of information about the procedure and a lack of understanding related to the physical, emotional, and psychological benefits it can provide.

If you are interested in learning more about breast reduction surgery, the best option is to get a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Mark A. Schusterman.  During your consultation, he will provide you with all of the information you need and answer any questions that you may have.  If breast reduction surgery doesn’t seem like the best alternative, he will also be able to recommend a variety of other potential treatments or procedures which could give you the results you crave.

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