Breast Reduction Surgery in Miami & Fort Lauderdale
Despite what the media or society may want you to believe, overly large breasts are no fun. We're not talking about "kind of big" breasts. We're not talking about an ample bosom. What we are talking about are large, pendulous breasts that hinder your ability to participate in many activities. We're talking about heavy mammaries that weigh so much that you have semi-permanent bra grooves in your shoulders. We're talking about chronic pain, chronic nuisance and chronic feelings of isolation or even depression.
Unlike other types of breast surgeries, breast reduction in Miami / Ft. Lauderdale may be covered by your medical insurance because the medical industry agrees that overly large breasts are a real physical and emotional liability. Women who suffer from overly large breasts live daily with headaches, body aches, and breast pain. Socially, they may not be able to participate in physical activities with their family or they may become self-conscious due to unwanted attention. In turn, they may isolate themselves, feel self-conscious, develop poor self-esteem or suffer from depression. Taking the next step, might be the most important decision you ever make: request your certificate for a Free Breast Reduction Consultation now and call us at (954) 565-7575 or (800) 274-LIPO today to schedule your appointment at the South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery with locations in Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Breasts are primarily made up of two different types of tissue: fat and breast tissue. While diet and exercise can help to diminish unwanted size due to fat, no amount of dieting or step classes can get rid of breast tissue. In addition, breast tissue is often very dense and heavy. So, not only do women have to deal with the added weight and bulk of their breasts, they may have a more difficult time getting adequate mammogram readings. Some doctors believe that breast reductions can help detect breast cancer earlier, were it to be present.
So in short, women who live with overly large breasts have more problems then just trying to find something in their size: their quality of life can be severely limited. Breast reduction surgery can alleviate pain, can allow participation in all physical activities, and can help a woman get clearer mammogram results. But of course, being able to fit into all of the cute clothes doesn't hurt either.
Before you decide to have breast enhancement in Miami, you should really understand the procedure and recovery process so that you know what to expect. You will get a chance to meet with your medical professional to learn more about the procedure as well as to ask any questions you may have. But in the meantime, use this site as a way to become more familiar with the procedure. Begin to ask yourself if this is the right solution for you. Really take the time to educate yourself. The more you know, the better prepared you will be.
This web site covers all aspects of Breast Reduction surgery - probably a lot more information than you will find on other surgeons' sites. Here we offer you detailed information. Information you can use. Information that will help you understand if this is the right procedure for you.
Am I a Candidate?
Most women considering Breast Reduction Surgery already know if they are candidates — from difficulty in buying clothes to living with chronic pain and discomfort. Learn about the symptoms associated with overly large breasts.
Preparing for Surgery
There are steps you can take in the four to six weeks leading up to your surgery that will help your body respond well to the operation as well as heal correctly. Learn what you can do to be prepared before surgery.
About the Surgery
Wondering how Breast Reductions are performed or what to expect the day of your surgery? This page can give you the information you want and need.
Breast Reduction Photos
See actual before-and-after photos of South Florida Center of Cosmetic Surgery patients.
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Potential Risks & Complications
No cosmetic surgery is without some level of risk. While we take all needed precautions and safety measures, some risks do exist.
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Hear what our patients have to say. Getting insight from someone who has been there could be some of the best information you could get.