Category Archives: Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction Basics

Women with overly large breasts may experience physical problems such as back, shoulder, and neck pain in addition to feeling self-conscious about participating in athletic activities. Understanding the techniques and benefits of a breast reduction can help you decide if it’s right for you. When I perform breast reduction surgery, I typically make an incision that resembles an anchor shape:…

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The Basics of Breast Reduction

Women with overly large breasts often choose breast reduction on Long Island to east the discomfort they experience on a daily basis. This procedure is an excellent way for women to alleviate physical and social discomfort, create a more proportionate body contour, and make shopping for clothing easier and more fun. Here are some helpful facts about breast reduction: Once…

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Can Exercise Make My Breasts Smaller?

Exercise is a healthy habit that benefits nearly every part of your body – from your heart to your skin. But if you have large breasts, unfortunately, exercise alone may not be sufficient to see significant reduction in chest size. Because the breast is comprised of both fatty tissue and breast tissue, some cardio exercise combined with a healthy diet…

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Top 3 Breast Reduction Benefits

Shoulders marred by painfully tight bra straps, aching backs and necks, and headaches – these painful issues cause many women with overly large breasts to long for relief. In many cases, they’re not just physically in pain: they’re emotionally burdened by embarrassment, hunching over to try to hide their bodies to avoid unwanted comments and attention. Breast reduction on Long…

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Breast Reduction after Bariatric Surgery

Though many blog sites are all about breast enlargement, there are actually thousands of women each year considering breast reduction. If you’re in that camp, the procedure can truly be life-changing and is far beyond “just” cosmetic. It can help young women in their teens who suffer from macromastia (overly large breasts) and also adult women whose large breasts are…

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