Are you tired of carrying the weight of large breasts on your chest. You’ve tried an exercise plan and changes in diet to reduce the size of your bust, but nothing has worked. While your body is on track when it comes to your weight, you still have an overly ample bust that is out of proportion with the rest of your figure.
Worse yet, it is placing a strain on your neck, shoulders, and back. That strain is causing chronic pain that is affecting your back the most, although headaches have been plaguing you as well. Your posture has been affected in a negative way to the point that you can’t even stand up straight anymore. You’re tired of buying shirts that are too big to accommodate your chest. It’s time to do something. A breast reduction surgery could be the best solution for you.
Trim Your Bust Down to Size
When you choose to have a breast reduction surgery, your plastic surgeon will work with you to meet your needs. After a thorough evaluation and a discussion of your symptoms and your goals for your body, your plastic surgeon will be able to determine the best course of action to take. You’ll work together to decide how much of a reduction is ideal to bring you relief while still making you feel like your breasts look appealing. It’s all about helping you to feel good in your own skin while you get rid of the discomfort brought on by breasts that are too big for your body.
Should You Have a Manual or Tumescent Breast Reduction?
Having breast reduction surgery involves making choices. You may opt for a manual breast reduction or a tumescent breast reduction. Your plastic surgeon will make the final decision, in the end, depending on which type of surgery suits you best. Consider both types of surgery before moving forward with your procedure. It’s always best to be well-informed and aware of all of your alternatives.
What is Involved in a Manual Breast Reduction Surgery?
During a manual breast reduction, your plastic surgeon will begin with an incision in each breast. Once your surgeon has access to your breasts, excess skin and breast tissue will be trimmed away, reducing the size of your breasts to a proportion that is more balanced for you. The remaining tissue will be reshaped to ensure that your breasts have a natural appearance. Your incisions will be closed at that point and you will be on your way to recovery.
A manual breast reduction typically involves approximately two weeks for downtime from work. It can be up to six weeks before you can resume a fully active lifestyle. You will need to restrict your level of physical activity while you are healing in order to prevent injury. You will also need to take good care of your incisions to reduce your risks of developing an infection.
What is Involved in a Tumescent Breast Reduction Surgery?
A Tumescent breast reduction involves the use of liposuction to reduce the size of your breasts. A small incision will be made in your breasts, to remove excess fat through a hollow tube that is called a cannula. Your breasts can be brought down to a size that is more agreeable to you. Once the excess fat has been removed, it will take the burden off of your breasts. You’ll notice that your breasts don’t sag as much as they did before when excess tissue was weighing them down. You’ll feel like you have had a bit of a lift.
This type of procedure is not as invasive as a manual breast reduction. The recovery time is shorter. You could be back on the job within two days of your procedure. You won’t have to worry about scarring. The incisions that are made for liposuction are small and your surgeon will choose a discreet location for each one. While you can expect to experience swelling, bruising, and minor discomfort, you will heal quickly. If you are looking for a solution that will help you to be on the go as soon as possible, this could be the best choice for you.
Are You a Candidate for a Breast Reduction?
Regardless of which type of breast reduction surgery you are considering, your plastic surgeon will need to determine if you are on the right track with a breast reduction. In some cases, a breast reduction is considered medically necessary. This is the case when overly large breasts cause considerable back pain or headaches. If you have any type of tissue damage due to the weight of your breasts, this may qualify you for a procedure that is considered a necessity. Otherwise, you may choose to have a breast reduction simply because you are not happy with the size and shape of your bust.
Your plastic surgeon will need to evaluate your breasts, consider your current condition, and determine if any underlying medical conditions could place you at risk during a surgical procedure. If your surgeon has any reason to discourage you from having surgery, you will have to look into other options or ways that you can cope with large breasts.
Learn More About Your Breast Reduction Options at the Plastic Surgery Institute in Miami
To explore your options for breast reduction surgery, place yourself in the capable hands of the experts at the Plastic Surgery Institute Miami. You’ll have access to a team of doctors who will help you on your journey to a smaller bust size. Find out what will be involved in breast reduction surgery and which type of surgery will work best for you. Look at photo galleries of satisfied patients. To learn more about the Plastic Surgery Institute, visit their website and schedule your consultation appointment to take the first step toward a bust that suits you best.
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