Most of the time, you hear about women who want to pump up the volume in their breasts. As a woman who has carried around large breasts for far too many years, you know that it’s not all that it’s cracked up to be. Your back, shoulders and neck ache from the added weight of your chest that is dragging you down. Nothing seems to fit right and you feel like you are pouring out of your bras. It’s a challenge to find the right size and support for your ample breasts. You want to hide under loose, bulky shirts because your self-confidence has been damaged by excessively large breasts. A breast reduction could be the answer that you need.
What Happens During a Breast Reduction?
During a typical breast reduction procedure, our plastic surgeon will remove excess tissue from your breasts. Deposits of fat in your breasts may also be removed. The remaining tissue in your breasts will be sculpted for optimal results and lifted into a perkier position. Once your procedure is done, you will be sent to recovery.
Take Charge of Your Breasts
When your breasts are too large, you can feel like they are controlling you. You can’t do the things that you want to do because your breasts get in the way. Your bra may dig into your skin and cause irritation under your breasts. The size of your chest may make you self-conscious all the time.
If you are experiencing pain because of the size of your breasts, it’s time you did something about it. No one should have to put up with the discomfort that comes along with breasts that are larger than they should be.
Talk to Our Plastic Surgeon About a Breast Reduction
If your breasts are bringing you down, forcing you to carry around a burden that has become too heavy, our triple board-certified plastic surgeon at Chernoff Cosmetic Surgery can offer you the solution of a breast reduction. We have offices located in Indianapolis, Beverly Hills, Santa Rosa and Newport Beach. During a consultation at one of our locations, you will be able to discuss your problems that have been caused by an overly ample chest.
Learn about the procedure, what to expect during recovery and how long your healing process will last. You have carried the extra weight of large breasts long enough. It is time to free yourself and let go of some of that extra baggage. Contact us today to schedule your consultation for a breast reduction.