Are Your Breasts Causing You Pain?


Larger breasts are not always something women want. You want your breasts to fit the size of your body’s frame. Too large breasts can have a negative impact on your life. It’s difficult to find clothing, including supportive bras. Large breasts can even make it difficult to sleep at night. If your chest size is too large for comfort, Dr. Miller at Orange County Cosmetic Surgery can help with breast reduction surgery.

The Benefits of Breast Reduction Surgery

Breast reduction surgery does more than improve your shape. While it does give you a more proportioned appearance, it has additional benefits.

You improve your posture, which always improves your overall appearance. It’s also easier to find clothes that fit and look great on you. You can finally start wearing swimwear and evening gowns that show off a little cleavage.

Clients at Orange County Cosmetic Surgery also report reduced back, shoulder, and neck pain. They also experience relief from bras straps chaffing and irritating their skin. Participating in exercise and recreational activities is easier, and more comfortable. Clients also experience a new sense of self-confidence after the procedure.

How Long Does the Surgery Take?

A breast reduction procedure is a surgical procedure. You can expect it to take between two and four hours. The length of time depends on the amount of fat and tissue Dr. Miller needs to remove.

Recovery time typically takes around two weeks. You will want to take the time off from work to rest and recover. Dr. Miller will provide you with a complete list of post-surgical instructions.

Contact Orange County Cosmetic Surgery Today

Too large breasts can become a health concern. If you want to learn more about breast reduction surgery, contact Dr. Anthony Miller online or call 714-379-9777 to schedule an appointment. Breast reduction surgery isn’t only for women. Men are also encouraged to learn more about their options.

Category : Breast Surgery

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