A breast reduction, or reduction mammaplasty, is a surgical procedure, sometimes done with liposuction , that removes fat, tissue, and skin from the breasts in order to reduce the size, volume, and relieve discomfort. Surgery results in a reduction in breast size that improves patient comfort and proportion to the rest of the body. Ideal candidates for reduction mammaplasty are women with oversized breasts that are causing medical problems such as back, neck, or shoulder pain, low self-esteem, or physical and social discomfort. Additionally, men with enlarged breasts can undergo breast reduction surgery.
5 natural ways to reduce breast size
How to reduce breast size: 5 natural methods
Although there are many revolutionary, non-surgical skin tightening devices on the market today, none of them are effective yet for breast reduction or lifting. Traditional breast reduction surgery typically leaves scarring around the areolas, then in an upside down "T shape" from the bottom of the areola down to a horizontal scar under the crease of the breast. Model Photo The closest thing to scarless breast reduction is liposuction of the breast aka Breast Lipoplasty. Fodor describes the recovery of his breast lipoplasty procedure as "much easier. Fodor states that patients have a lower risk of loss of nipple or skin sensitivity a frequent complication of traditional breast reduction surgery.
Scalpel-Free Breast Reduction: Newest Way to Reduce Breast Size
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Do you have chronic pain in your back, shoulders, neck and even your breasts? Is it uncomfortable to sit or stand? Is your physical activity restricted due to the size of your breasts? Do your shoulders hurt where your bra straps have put pressure?