Breast Reduction

Women with very large breasts may experience a variety of medical problems as a result of excess weight of the breasts. The more common complaints include back and neck pain, bra strap grooving, as well as skin irritation underneath the breasts. In addition, many women find exercise and activity difficult due to the large size of the breast.

Breast reduction (reduction mammaplasty) is a surgical procedure performed by plastic surgeons to reduce the size of the breasts. Because it is performed for medical purposes, it is covered by most insurance carriers.

There are a variety of different techniques to surgically reduce the size of the breasts. The most common is known as the inferior pedicle technique. During this technique, incisions are made around the nipple, vertically down the breast and under the breast fold. Excess skin and tissue are removed to lift and tighten the breast and the nipple is repositioned. Liposuction of the breasts, particularly in the outer quadrants, is sometimes performed at the time of breast reduction surgery. The exact type of procedure will depend on individual patients characteristics and desires.

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  • Dr. Miller and his team at Dreams Med Spa did a wonderful job from pre-op to surgery and follow up examinations. Takes the time to listen and finds exactly what works for you. Clean office and pre-op rooms, private and professional staff as well as on time appts. and follow up cares. I will be using them for any future needs I may have

    Anonymous
  • Because I was treated for breast cancer at 32, I was fairly certain I would opt for reconstructive surgery. I didn't know which doc to go with. I'm so thankful someone steered me towards Dr. Miller. The process is a little lengthy in nature and getting "fills" to stretch the tissue to accommodate the new breast implants was not my favorite. But, cancer treatment is not a sprint...It's a marathon and this was just part of the treatment and recovery process. The discomfort was worth it, without a doubt. I'd do it again.

    chiquiz4
  • Since i was younger i knew i always wanted bigger breast. Once i was able to afford it i knew i had to do it and i’m soooo glad i did! This process was smooth and easier then i thought. If you are even questioning the procedure i suggest at least going in for a free consultation!!

    ashleymkee