Although breast reduction surgery is often performed to address medical issues or physical discomfort, any patient unhappy with the size of their breasts can choose to pursue a reduction mammaplasty. We take the time to understand any past procedures as well as take into account your family medical history in order to pick the procedure that will give you the most desirable results.
Women with very large breasts frequently experience symptoms of back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, grooving in the shoulders from bra straps, areas of rash under the breasts, and difficulty performing athletic activities and finding the right clothing. For many women, especially younger girls in teenage years, this can also lead to problems with self esteem. Breast reduction, also known as a reduction mammaplasty, is a surgical procedure that reduces symptomatically large breasts by removing glandular breast tissue, fat, and skin. This results in lighter, smaller, and more firm breasts which are better shaped and proportional to the entire body.
The typical breast reduction incisions are in the shape of an anchor or inverted T, with most incisions hidden under the breasts. Optionally, you can go with the short scar or vertical scar technique which may result in fewer incisions, and potentially a longer lasting lift and roundness to the breasts.
We understand that sometimes this process can bring up intimate issues or concerns, which is why we do everything we can to make sure you’re comfortable being open and honest with all of the Vega staff about your desired outcomes. Get to know some of our doctors and specialists.