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Tag Archives: Breast Reduction

  1. How Do I Know If My Side Effects After Surgery are Normal?

    Accredited plastic surgeons perform hundreds of types of procedures to help their patients get the look they want to achieve, or repair injuries due to burns, scarring, major facial damage, etc. In any type of surgery, complications can occur, but the doctor usually provides detailed post-op instructions on what to do to fully recover and… Read More

  2. Should I Get a Breast Lift or a Breast Reduction?

    If you are considering a breast lift or a breast reduction, you may have some questions. Which surgery is right for you and your specific issues? Which procedure is the best option if your skin is pulled, and your breasts feel too soft? What if they sag, hang low, and your nipples point down, even… Read More

  3. What Should I Know Before Getting a Breast Reduction?

    Large breasts are a genuine health concern because they can strain your body and give you chronic pain. It also creates body image issues for some women and affects them psychologically. Breast reduction by liposuction or surgery is known to improve the quality of its patients’ lives and savage them from socially awkward situations. It… Read More

  4. Will a Breast Reduction Affect my Ability to Nurse?

    Whether to breastfeed your children is a very personal decision that you, as a woman, can make, and it isn’t always straightforward. Life and possibly your anatomy may get in the way. Even under the best circumstances, your child may have difficulty latching on or getting enough milk. Adding breast reduction surgery to the mix… Read More

  5. What Is the Breast Reduction Recovery Process Like?

    For you to have more beautiful breasts does not always mean having bigger breasts. It’s mainly about the shape and proportion of your breasts, and a skilled cosmetic surgeon can improve both aesthetics by using breast reduction surgery. Remember that this surgery is always personally designed to meet your unique needs. So, it’s mandatory that… Read More

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