Are you tired of back pain? Do you have difficulty finding clothes that fit properly? If you wish to reduce the size of your breasts, you are certainly not alone! Breast reduction surgery in order to ease the physical pain that can be caused by large breasts. Patients say it can be a life-changing procedure that gives you relief from your pain, better health and increases your self-esteem. You can still have breasts proportionate to your figure and alleviate back, neck and shoulder pain at the same time.
Reduction mammoplasty, also known as breast reduction, surgically reduces and reshapes the size of overly large breasts. Breast reduction surgery may be considered medically necessary and covered by your health insurance. You will be asleep under general anesthesia for your safety and comfort, and it is usually an outpatient procedure. A new breast reduction techniques make it possible to reduce the size of the breast without the traditional anchor-shaped vertical scars, but not all patients are candidates for this technique. Incisions are generally placed under the breast and around the nipple areola. Once you are out of surgery your breasts will be placed in a surgical bra to help minimize swelling and bruising. After a few days, we will remove your surgical drain. Once the bandages have been removed, you may notice some puffiness and discoloration. Any unevenness or temporary asymmetry caused by this variance in swelling and bruising is normal. The majority of the swelling occurs in the first 24 to 48 hours. It is important to keep your body elevated during this time. Rest is extremely helpful in reducing the initial post-operative swelling.
The majority of the bruising and swelling will diminish after about two weeks. You may also experience numbness in the breasts, which usually resolves itself within several months. Medication will be prescribed to help control the pain as needed. #breastreduction #breast #plasticsurgery #woman #surgery #beautiful #transformation