In some cultures, having large breasts is considered to be a sign of health, mother-like attributes, and a general feminine nature. However, is there such a thing as too large? For many women, the answer to that question is ‘yes’, and a variety of medical, professional, personal reasons may drive them towards wanting to reduce the size of their breasts. As a professional working with Face + Body Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Nick Masri now provides Breast Reduction Miami FL residents can take advantage of in order to achieve their ideal shape and gain the confidence they need to improve their lives.
The key difference between breast reduction surgery and the Breast Augmentation Miami FL residents occasionally seek is the fact that the reduction surgery, or reduction mammaplasty, is almost always more about dealing with physical problems than solely supporting a self-image. There are very real and painful experiences that many women are forced to endure as a result of overly large breasts, and breast reduction can be one of the fastest and most effective ways of eliminating this problem for good.
Generally speaking, breast reduction surgery will be able to treat issues including having breasts that are out of proportion for a particular body frame, eliminating pain and discomfort in the back, shoulder, and neck caused by the weight of overly large breasts, indentations in the skin caused by tight underwear straps, and skin irritation that may occur as a result of the condition. Side-effects can vary, with some being more likely than others to occur, and a major factor in determining the extent of side-effects includes the amount or reduction to be done. However, most recovery times for this particular surgery are moderate at worst (unless a particularly large amount of material is being removed), allowing patients to heal up and return to their normal lives with bodies that will support their image of who they are.
While not all insurance carriers cover breast reduction surgery for strictly cosmetic reasons, they may be much more willing to accept it if a primary care doctor or another qualified individual cites a medical need for the procedure. Fortunately, medical need is actually one of the primary reasons many patients choose to have this surgery, so insurance companies are often easier to convince. The team working at Face + Body Cosmetic Surgery has a considerable amount of experience working with the major insurance companies and getting procedures like this one authorized, and can help most patients through the process.
Disclaimer: Breast reduction surgery is a cosmetic procedure, though your primary care doctor may recommend it as a treatment for a variety of issues. This surgery may not be suitable for all people in all circumstances. If you feel that you are interested in having this surgery, talk to a qualified medical professional for more information about the procedure, including the potential complications that you might face as a result of undergoing this surgery. It is especially important to talk to your doctor if you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant in the future, as breast reduction surgery may have an impact on your ability to nurse your child.
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