Breast Reduction – The Strax Rejuvenation Breast Reduction Procedure
Breasts large enough to inhibit the livelihood of some women can cause serious physical ailments, altering their overall mental well-being. Women who seek out reduction mammoplasty (a breast reduction) turn to the procedure for a permanent solution, a healthier lifestyle, and a bust more aesthetically proportioned to their body shape.
- Chronic Discomfort of the Neck, Back, Head, and Shoulders
- Skin Chafing, Rashes, and Irritation
- Low Blood Circulation
- Impaired Breathing
- Low Self-Esteem
- Lack of Confidence
- Inability to Partake in Physical Activities
Re-sizing is initiated by removing excess tissues, over-stretched suspensory ligaments, and then the raising of the nipple-areola complex (NAC) higher upon the breast’s overall hemisphere. Variations of the procedure are determined based on the excess tissue to be removed, and the level of breast ptosis, which is a degree that measures how far forward the breast falls on the chest. Before & After Gallery
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How do I know if a breast reduction procedure is right for me?
In addition to chronic soreness of the neck, back, shoulders and head, physical discomforts like skin chaffing, irritation, and rashes are common amongst ideal candidates, as well as secondary health problems like low blood circulation and impaired breathing. Women who seek out a reduction mammoplasty (breast reduction) turn to the procedure in order to regain a healthier lifestyle by way of a bust more aesthetically proportioned to their body. Equally as rewarding, the surgery also strengthens self-esteem, thereby playing a major role in reshaping the overall emotional stability of patients.
What can I expect with a breast reduction procedure?
Strax Rejuvenation has a consistent track record of success performing exactly these kinds of cosmetic surgery procedures in Florida, and breast reduction is just one of the many services we offer. The primary focus of the procedure is on reducing the overall size and volume of overly large and/or sagging breasts. Re-sizing involves removing excess tissues and overly-stretched suspensory ligaments, and then raising the nipple-areola complex (NAC) higher on the hemisphere of the breast. Variations of the procedure are determined based on the excess tissue being removed, as well as the level of breast ptosis, the term used to describe how far forward the breast falls on the chest. Several other techniques and approaches are available, many of which vary in direct accordance with the differing health risks involved with each specific patient, as well as the overall goals the patient initially sets when considering the procedure itself.