For those who naturally have overly large breasts, they can not only be a source of anxiety and self-consciousness, but they can also create a myriad of health problems, including pain and discomfort in the neck and back region.
Breast Reduction Recovery and Results
Following a breast reduction, a surgical bra will need to be worn to help support the breasts during recovery. It is not uncommon to experience slight swelling, bruising and temporary changes in nipple sensitivity. Symptoms should dissipate within a couple of weeks; however, strenuous exercise and heavy lifting should still be avoided for at least six weeks. Full results can take between six months and a year to become visible. During this time, any scarring will gradually fade into thin lines. Results are permanent, but any fluctuations in weight and the natural aging process can alter the size and shape of your breasts.
The specifics of breast reduction surgery differ from person to person and are based on individual factors including your physical stature, the size of your breasts and the state of your breast tissue. Dr. Keith Neaman and Dr. Dustin Christiansen are trained in different breast reduction methods, and will recommend a custom treatment plan suited for your unique needs. A breast reduction is a safe and effective treatment for achieving a beautiful, younger-looking bustline. It can instantly help restore your confidence and self-esteem by giving you well-balanced proportions and eliminating physical and emotional distress.