A Solution for Oversized Breasts
Breast reduction surgery is a cosmetic surgical procedure for women who want to reduce the size of their breasts to reduce the physical strain on the upper part of their body. Oversized breasts can have negative medical effects on a woman’s body as a result of the extra weight being put on the upper body. Such women will suffer from consistent bra indentations on their shoulders. These indentations can also cause skin irritation apart from the obvious discomfort. The increased weight of oversized breasts can also lead to the development of skeletal deformities, breathing problems, and constant back and neck pain.
What is the Solution?
Breast reduction surgery can be a solution for women with oversized breasts who want to address the negative effects they have on their body. This procedure can also be done for teenagers who feel self-aware about their oversized breasts and want to avoid any possible medical implications as a result of the extra weight on the upper body.
How is the Surgery Performed?
A breast reduction surgery aims to remove excess fat, skin, and glandular tissue from the breasts to reshape and resize them into smaller and more proportionate breasts that accommodate and complement your body. Once the breasts are reshaped, the nipples will be relocated to an ideal position to fit the new shape. This will reduce the size of large areolas but will also result in no more breastfeeding afterwards. The purpose of this procedure is to relieve the upper body from dealing with excessive weight from large and pendulous breasts to work towards a healthier and more proportionate solution for women with oversized breasts.
What Can I Expect During Recovery?
You will be required to wear a surgical bra for 6 weeks to 3 months after your surgery – while your body heals, and your breasts adapt their new shape. During this time, the swelling and bruising will heal. You can expect some pain and discomfort when you move around or cough. Therefore, we advise that you take it easy during your recovery period. Your surgeon will prescribe some painkillers to manage any pain or discomfort. It is pivotal to use your prescribed medication, as other painkillers might alter blood coagulation and have a negative effect on the healing process. If you smoke, be prepared to quit smoking during your recovery period and a few months before your surgery.
Centurion Cosmetic Clinic is your first choice when you consider a breast reduction surgery. We can also assist with breast enlargement and breast lift surgeries. For more info, please browse our website for details.