Women who have large breasts know how much they can inhibit movement and the ability to participate in many different activities. Sports such as running, soccer, or aerobics may be almost impossible for a woman with larger breasts. These women are also more likely to experience problems such as neck and neck pain due to the weight of their breasts. When women in the Huntington Station, NY area are ready for a change, they may want to think about speaking to a professional about breast reduction surgery.
Why choose breast reduction surgery?
Many women have medical and physical complaints regarding their large breasts. They may find it impossible to run on a treadmill or participate in certain sports. They may struggle daily with pain in the neck and back, and might have trouble finding clothing that fits them properly. This can also become a concern regarding one’s self-confidence. Women who are unhappy with their breast size and would like to reduce their beats are invited to ask about the breast reduction surgery, which removes excess fat and breast tissue, repositions the nipple, and removes excess skin that may remain. The procedure is completely life-changing for women who have struggled with their large natural breasts for a lifetime!
Who is a good candidate for breast reduction surgery?
Any woman who is inhibited in her ability to enjoy the activities she loves due to breast size may be considered a viable candidate for breast reduction surgery. We often want to make sure patients are adults, as there are many changes that happen during the teen years. The breasts should be fully developed before undergoing surgical interventions. We evaluate patients during a consultation visit to decide if they are a good fit for this or other cosmetic procedures.
Call Dr. Charlotte Ann Rhee today
Huntington Station, NY women held back from their favorite activities due to large breasts are encouraged to speak to a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon about the changes that can be made with breast reduction surgery. Patients can call (631) 424-6707 to request a consultation visit and initial evaluation to determine if they are an ideal candidate for this treatment.