Though sometimes it may seem as though having larger breasts is the goal of every woman, those who already have them may feel they are more of a curse than they are a gift. Breast reduction surgery in Atlanta at Buckhead Plastic Surgery has helped women have the body and lifestyle they absolutely love. The key reasons for breast reduction are to make the overall size of the breast smaller, improve the shape of the breasts for a more youthful and lifted position, or to reduce headaches, neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, or chest discomfort associated with larger breasts. If you are still in the childbearing years, and you would like to have children-or more children-delaying breast reduction may be the right choice for you. Larsen has helped many women to achieve a more proportionate figure and improve their quality of life with breast reduction surgery. From athletes hindered by their larger breasts, to women seeking to improve the appearance of their breasts after weight loss, Dr.
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Many women seek out Dr. Fiala for help with excessively large and heavy breasts. Breast reduction surgery can make the breasts smaller, lighter and give them a more uplifted shape. The improvement in proportion, body posture and physical relief can be a dramatic transformation — breast reduction patients are some of the happiest patients! Typically, we aim for a proportional, feminine breast shape.
Unusually large breasts can cause cosmetic concerns, medical problems and self-esteem issues for many women. For this reason, breast reduction surgery is often covered by insurance. The goal of every breast reduction procedure is to create an aesthetic and flattering breast shape while achieving a more proportioned breast size.
For nearly 15 years, I was known by everyone because of my chest — and not my face or personality. By the time I was 10, I was out of a training bra and shopping in the "little ladies" section of the store. By age 13, I was a DD. People don't believe me when I say that.