Philadelphia Breast Reduction

Philadelphia Breast Reduction

Published on January 5, 2011 

If you have overly large breasts which are out of proportion to the rest of your body, you are likely suffering from chronic neck and back pain, painful grooves in your shoulders from bras, discomfort during exercise or other physical activity, difficulty sleeping or even breathing and you likely struggle with finding clothes that fit and flatter without making you self-conscious of your breasts or feeling like you look twice as big as you are. Sound familiar? If your said, “Yes,” you may be a good candidate for Breast Reduction Surgery.

Breast Reduction Surgery has helped countless women live a more comfortable, pain-free and confident life. The procedure involves an incision which goes around the areola, but keeps the areola and nipple intact to their original blood and nerve supply so that sensation should not be lost. Excess breast and glandular tissue is removed as well as the excess skin. In some cases, Liposuction may also be coupled with the procedure. Breast Reduction Surgery has a very high success rate among patient satisfaction. To learn more, contact our office today.

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