This is one of the main concerns patients have when coming to me to discuss breast reduction surgery. Whilst they could be seeking the treatment for many reasons, including things like back problems, many patients still want to feel like they have a decent cup size.
Many patients fear that breast reduction surgery will make their breasts very small. However, this is not the case.
My main objective is to produce results that look natural. The measurements of your chest wall and body frame acquired during the consultation will determine the ultimate size of your breasts.
In most cases, I will work to improve the harmony between the size of your breasts and the rest of your body. Although post-operative cup sizes can never be guaranteed, it is helpful to discuss with you at the consultation what cup size you would like to have after the procedure to get a sense of your expectations.
How do I know a breast reduction is the best treatment for me?
You may experience physical symptoms from your breasts’ weight and growth, such as neck and back pain. Additionally, bra straps can dig into your shoulders, leaving ridges where the straps once were. Rubbing your skin against one other can also cause the crease under your breasts to get red, swell, and feel painful.
Additionally, having large breasts can restrict your physical activity and make it challenging for many women to engage in the type of exercise they would like to. Your capacity to control your weight through exercise may be limited as a result.
How do I book in for an appointment?
You will first need to book in for a consultation with myself. Here I will explain the process and discuss the outcome you are looking to achieve with your breast reduction and even complete the treatment on the day.
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