There are plenty of reasons to consider breast reduction. If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your breasts, such as looking to increase the proportionality of your breasts when compared to the rest of your body, or if you’re experiencing pain and discomfort that chronically affects the neck, the back, or the shoulders, breast reduction may help you by providing relief. However, before undergoing the procedure, it is important to be aware and educated about it. Here are some facts and things you should know about breast reduction surgeries.
Breast Reduction Surgery Helps Breasts Decrease In Size
Utilizing a variety of techniques, your doctor will be able to reduce the size of your breasts to either what you desire or what is most helpful, comfortable, and manageable for you. The procedure typically takes place under general anesthesia, so it would be ideal to have someone drive you to your procedure and drive you back. During the breast reduction surgery, your doctor will remove excess fat, tissue, and skin of the breast. Depending on your need, your doctor may also reposition the nipple and areola and reshape the breast, including breast tissue and skin, to achieve a proper look. To learn more about the exact techniques your doctor would recommend for you, be sure to come in for a consultation.
There Are Different Types Of Breast Reduction Surgeries And Procedures
There are a variety of breast reductions that you can undergo. For example, there are anchor breast reductions, the name coming from the typical result in scarring, there is the lollipop breast reduction, again the name coming from the typical result in scarring with a circular scar around the areola with a vertical line down, and there are also liposuction breast reductions, named so because of the technique used to reduce the breast size, and is best used for those requiring minimal reduction.
Ready To Reduce Stress And The Size Of Your Breasts?
Come in for a consultation with our staff of helpful, informative doctors, or give us a call at 352-333-9600. At Gaines Plastic Surgery, we help reduce not only the size of your breast but the size of your stress!