Breasts are an important part of a woman’s body, physical identity, and self-esteem. Although many women desire larger breasts and will undergo surgery in order to enhance their bosom, other women view their naturally large breasts as more of a curse than a blessing. For a woman with large breasts, many activities such as running, sleeping on her stomach, and finding properly fitting clothing can be challenging. Exploring breast reduction surgery or a breast lift procedure is something many large-bosomed women consider.

Emotional reasons are important when considering breast reduction cost. Large breasts tend to draw the eye, causing self-consciousness. Clothing, especially tailored pieces, isn’t commonly created for overlarge breasts, leaving the wearer forced to choose between modesty and ill-fitting attire. Finally, a woman deserves to have a body that she feels comfortable and confident in, including one with smaller breasts.

Physically, the weight of larger breasts can lead to back and neck problems. The smaller supporting muscles of the upper back are forced to compensate for the weight on the front and foundation garments can be uncomfortable, digging into a woman’s skin. Sleeping can be difficult, as the breast tissue can weigh too heavily on the upper chest when lying in certain positions. Part of breast reduction can include a breast lift procedure, helping alleviate back stress.

Although breast reduction is major surgery, it is a fairly routine practice that can have incredibly satisfactory results when performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon. Breast reduction consists of removal of part of the fatty tissue from the breasts, as well as the extra skin and some of the breast tissue. It’s a procedure similar to a breast lift, in that it not only reduces the size of the breast, but it places them in a more youthful position.

Post-surgery, many women say that the breast lift procedure makes them feel lighter, and physical conditions such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches have ebbed or gone away entirely. After the breasts have fully healed, vigorous exercise including jogging and fitness classes are more enjoyable. Clothes shopping is less of a chore, and expensive visits to the tailor in order to alter garments to fit both chest and waist can be a thing of the past. With a more balanced silhouette, women feel more confident in their appearance, leading to elevated moods and a more relaxed interaction with others. The looks and comments from others about her physical appearance tend to cease, as well, causing the woman much less unease.

Although a breast reduction is a personal decision, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly, a free consultation with your plastic surgeon may give you more information to make your decision – for health and for happiness.

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