Breast Reduction

A breast lift, or mastopexy, is a plastic surgery that raises the position of the breasts for a more youthful appearance. By tightening the surrounding area and removing excess skin, breasts that sag or point downwards are lifted and reshaped. The board-certified plastic surgeons at Huntington Plastic Surgery Institute are specialists in creating flattering outcomes that delight patients and help them to look and feel their very best.

Breast reduction surgery is exactly what it sounds like. It’s clinically referred to as a reduction mammaplasty and is a procedure that removes excess fat, tissue, and skin from the breasts.

At Huntington Plastic Surgery Institute, our widely respected team of board-certified plastic surgeons and first-rate professional medical staff are dedicated to working closely with patients to help them attain their personal and specific appearance goals. We listen.

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What Does Breast Reduction Do?

As the name implies, a breast reduction in Pasadena at our clinic reduces the bust’s volume to a desired amount. The result is typically a more balanced bodily appearance – though aesthetics are only one reason patients opt for this type of surgery. For many, unusually large breasts can be a source of anxiety and embarrassment due to unwanted attention and too much focus on a single bodily attribute. A breast reduction procedure can assist in lessening the chest’s prominence, which may help patients feel more confident in their skin and free from emotional distress.

There’s also a more strictly medical dimension to breast reduction. Very large breasts can be associated with back pain. Reduction surgery can significantly reduce this physical strain, particularly on the mid and lower back regions; it, therefore, may allow individuals to live a healthier and more active lifestyle. Moreover, a very large bust can make participation in certain athletic activities difficult or impossible and the surgery can remedy that issue as well.

Finally, men with a condition called gynecomastia, which is marked by oversize male breasts, often opt for breast reduction procedures with a great deal of success.

Patient Information

Who is a Good Candidate for Breast Reduction?
Good candidates are usually patients with breasts they feel are too large and who are in good health and nonsmokers. They should also have realistic expectations about what the procedure can achieve.

Generally speaking, a breast reduction procedure is best for individuals who will not undergo any significant physical changes in the future; fluctuations in weight can alter the results of the surgery. With that in mind, we recommend postponing a breast reduction procedure if you plan on becoming pregnant in the future or are anticipating significant weight loss.

Because every patient is different, the best way to find out if you are a good candidate for a breast reduction procedure is to schedule a consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons.

Breast Reduction with Huntington Plastic Surgery Institute

For more information about a breast reduction procedure, contact the Huntington Plastic Surgery Institute in Pasadena today at the number on your screen or reach out to us through our contact page.