Bella Cosmetic Surgery
120 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745
A Breast Reduction Can Alleviate Pain and Boost Confidence
While thousands of women opt every year to enhance their bust line with breast implants, breast lifts, and other cosmetic surgeries, there is another segment of the population interested in a procedure with a different goal in mind, a breast reduction.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, overly large breasts can cause neck and back pain, and even posture problems spurred by carrying around excess weight. The constant pull of heavy breasts may even make wearing a bra painful, and in some instances, the bra may leave red, irritating indentations on a woman’s shoulders. This is more than just an annoyance; it can be a health hazard.
Health risks aside, large breasts can cause anxiety for some women, especially if they are disproportionate to one’s height or weight. They can also attract unwanted attention, and make it difficult to find clothes that fit properly. Female athletes find that a breast reduction improves their mobility and increases their competitive edge. In other words, there is no shortage of reasons why some women choose to have a breast reduction surgery.
Women have the option to explore a breast reduction. During a consultation, a board-certified plastic surgeon will meet with each patient to understand her goals and desires. The objective is to help alleviate the pain, increase the patient’s self-confidence, and enhance mobility through a breast reduction. Imagine the benefits of a pain-free work day or the freedom to play competitive sports. Better yet, imagine getting a more contoured bust.
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