How Breast Reduction Could Perk Up Your Confidence

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Breast reduction: Woman wearing grey topLarge breasts can not only cause back, neck and shoulder pain, but they can also make some women feel self-conscious and uncomfortable wearing certain clothing or doing certain physical activities. Breast reduction could be a viable solution to all of these concerns, giving you a boost of confidence and other perks, too.

Give Your Self-Image a Boost

Studies have shown that both self-esteem and quality of life significantly improve for many women following breast reduction surgery. Some women even feel that their overall physical health improves as well, which could be related to reduced back, neck and shoulder pain.

Get a Lift While You’re at It

Nearly all breast reduction surgeries include a breast lift, so you’ll get a perkier, more youthful look and feel while reducing the size of your breasts.

Your final breast size will depend on a variety of factors, but most women tend to go down one or two cup sizes following breast reduction.

Wear a Whole New Wardrobe

If your bra straps leave painful marks on your shoulders due to the weight of your breasts, you may be a good candidate for breast reduction.

Have you been staying away from anything low-cut or tight-fitting for years? A breast reduction could help you finally sport those looks you’ve been dying to try without feeling self-conscious or frustrated with sizing options. So break out that new bikini and enjoy your new curves!

For more information about breast reduction or to schedule a consultation with one of our top female plastic surgeons, contact us online or call our Plymouth office at 651-290-7600.


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