Why Get a Breast Reduction? | Pacific Center Plastic Surgery
Have you been considering getting a breast reduction? These thoughts may have been swirling in your mind for quite some time, particularly if you find that your breasts are weighing you down. At Pacific Center Plastic Surgery, we have helped patients who wish to reduce the size of their breasts for cosmetic reasons. Some women, however, feel the need to reduce the size of their breasts due to health or medical concerns as well.
Why Undergo Breast Reduction Surgery?
Women who complain of having larger breasts often report a great deal of physical discomfort and pain from their breasts. It makes it difficult to play sports or perform yoga. Many women find it difficult to find bras and clothing that fits in the average department store. Bra straps may also dig into the shoulders, causing painful indentations. Women report feeling self-conscious about their appearance and find it difficult to function in everyday society without feeling judged about the size of their chest.
These are only some of the reasons women opt for breast surgery. Many who have undergone breast reduction report incredible results, including:
- Reduction of pain and discomfort
- Ability to perform physical activities that they were previously unable to do
- Change the appearance, feel, firmness, and weight
- Greater self-confidence
Believe it or not, breast reduction is one of the most common types of cosmetic surgeries that are performed in the United States. It is well-known that a reputable, board-certified plastic surgeon can ensure successful results and satisfied patients.
Contact Pacific Center Plastic Surgery
Our Newport Beach plastic surgery team can discuss your options for breast reduction, including whether or not you might be a good candidate, any risks associated with the procedure, as well as how long it will take for healing and recovery.
You can learn more about our breast reduction procedure here.
To schedule an appointment with us, please contact us today by calling (949) 565-2121 and request your consultation.