Overly large breasts can be akin to a ball and chain for a woman. They can lead to back pain and nerve damage. They can cause chaffing, poor posture, even breathing problems. And they can be the root of issues with self-esteem and self-consciousness, to the point where it can make a woman shun social interaction.
Breast reduction is the answer. Breast reduction with Dr. Aydin removes fat, glandular tissue, and excess skin from the breasts, making them more proportional to the rest of the woman’s body, and most important, more comfortable. A breast reduction can help a woman regain her confidence, giving her a contour she can be proud of instead of one she constantly tries to hide.
Is a Breast Reduction Right for Me?
Large breasts can cause a number of physical and psychological problems for a woman. Here are some specific symptoms that could point toward the need for breast reduction:
Having overly large breasts can also keep a woman from participating in sports and certain types of exercise. Plus, self-consciousness can impact many aspects of her professional and social life. If these issues sound like what you are experiencing, a breast reduction with Dr. Aydin could be the answer.
What is the procedure?
Breast reduction surgery is performed with the patient under general anesthesia and takes from two to four hours. There are two typical incision types.
Traditional incision breast reduction — In this method, Dr. Aydin creates an anchor-shaped incision that circles the areola, runs down to the breast crease, and follows the breast crease a few inches in each direction. This incision is normally used for women with extremely large breasts.
Vertical Incision breast reduction — The incision here is more like a lollipop, circling the areola and running straight down to the breast crease. This is used for women with moderately large breasts and creates a smaller scar than the traditional method.
In both cases, fat, excess glandular tissue, and skin are removed. The nipples and areola are often relocated to a higher position, as well.
Recovery and Results?
You will have soreness, swelling, and bruising because breast reduction involves a fair amount of tissue trauma. After two days, your bandages will be removed and replaced by a surgical bra. You’ll have to take it easy for the first one to two weeks, and avoid strenuous activity for probably six weeks. You’ll need to take at least one, and more likely two weeks off of work. Dr. Aydin is often able to maintain nipple sensation and breastfeeding function after breast reduction, but this is not always possible.
I’m 5’4” about 135 lbs. I called the office to make an apt for liposuction on my stomach, flanks, & lower back. I was transferred to Nancy, one of Dr. Aydin’s coordinators. She was so patient & helpful answering all of my questions and accommodating my crazy work schedule to get me in as soon as possible. After going to other consultations, I scheduled my surgery before even meeting Dr. Aydin in person bc of the customer service I received, making me feel like I was in good hands. Last minute I decided to go through with a fat transfer for a BBL & now being 3 weeks post op, I’m already thrilled with the results. Dr. Aydin & Nancy we’re in constant communication with me after surgery making sure I was comfortable & I’m already feeling more confident and ready for summer in my new & improved body. Thank you Dr. Aydin! Thank you Nancy!
First off I want to express how extremely nervous I was about doing ANY kind of surgical procedure. However, all of my worries immediately went away the moment I met Dr. Aydin. He is extremely kindhearted and very professional. He addressed all of my questions and concerns and both him and his staff made me feel at ease. Even months after my procedure I sometimes contact him about questions or concerns and he responds within the day. I am very happy I decided to choose him as my doctor. I will definitely be going back in the near future!
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