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Breast reduction is all about what you gain

Women with very large, heavy, uneven breasts may experience stress, body pain, and both physical and emotional discomfort. Disproportionately large breasts can prevent women from participating in physical activity, keep them from wearing the clothing they desire, and generate serious back, neck, and shoulder problems. Women in the Las Vegas suffering through these issues now have the welcome option of undergoing a breast reduction in Las Vegas with Dr. Engineer at Engineered Aesthetics Plastic Surgery. Armed with extensive training and experience, as well as rich compassion for his patients, Dr. Engineer may be able to help you attain a more proportional silhouette.

Increase quality of life through reduction mammoplasty

A breast reduction surgery involves the removal of excess skin, fat, and tissue from the breasts in order to create a more proportional, even, manageable size and shape of the breasts. If sagging is also an issue, a breast reduction may be combined with a breast lift to reposition the breasts to the desired youthful perkiness.

Breast Reduction Las Vegas

Symptoms of overly large breasts include:

  • Breast pain
  • Back, neck, and shoulder pain
  • Rashes and/or skin irritation
  • Infections
  • Abscess

Ultimately, the way you feel about yourself is important, and Dr. Engineer is committed to helping his Las Vegas area patients attain their vision of their best self.

Overall, after recovering from a breast reduction surgery in Las Vegas with Dr. Engineer, you can expect your breasts to be smaller, more even, and better in proportion with the rest of your body.

Candidates for breast reduction

Most women unhappy with the overly large size of their breasts may be a candidate for reduction mammoplasty. However, breast reduction is not a long-term weight loss solution, and if you plan on losing a significant amount of weight, it may be best to wait to undergo surgery until after you have reached your ideal body weight.

Whether you are suffering from unwanted physical side effects of very large breasts or you simply find that the disproportionately large size of your breasts is negatively impacting your self-esteem and overall silhouette, breast reduction can be a powerful and lasting solution.

All surgical procedures have risks, and breast reduction is no exception. It is of the utmost importance that you seek out a licensed plastic surgeon with the training, experience, and understanding to help you have the best chance of achieving your expected results.

Why choose Dr. Nitin Engineer for breast reduction?

For patients in the Las Vegas area, there is a reputable and compassionate option for a Las Vegas breast reduction surgery: Dr. Engineer and the team at Engineered Aesthetics Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Engineer’s ultimate goal is to serve as a discerning and sympathetic partner throughout your breast reduction experience, from initial consultation through your complete recovery. If overly large breasts are causing you suffering, you are welcome to join us at our offices so we may help you find your best solution.

Breast Reduction Las Vegas

Recovery

Recovery is simple but not always comfortable. Prescribed pain medication will tackle the pain itself, so you’ll feel little actual pain. You will however feel a deep soreness in the chest area and will likely feel weak. The breast area will feel pulled or stretched, as your body adjusts to the new reduced size. You’ll feel progressively better with each passing day, and will have a means of contacting us easily should you have any questions or concerns. Recovery lasts 2 to 3 weeks, but most patients return to low-strain jobs within 7 to 10 days.

Costs

The cost of breast reduction varies from practitioner to practitioner and from patient to patient. The “average cost” ranges anyone from well below to well above about ten thousand dollars, once all fees for surgery, the surgical center or hospital, and anesthesia are included. As each patient presents with different conditions and concerns, we will be able to provide a cost for the procedure after a personal consultation.

Risks

Risks of this procedure are rare but present. As with any surgical procedure where cuts are made and tissue is excised, these can include bleeding, infection and scarring. The best guarantee of ensuring these potential risks don’t materialize, is to have your procedure done by a board-certified plastic surgeon.

FAQs

Is breast reduction a major surgery?

Yes, because incisions are made and excess unwanted tissue is excised and removed, breast reduction is considered a major surgery. It is, however, one of the safest elective cosmetic surgeries available and is often medically necessary or desired due to the great physical and emotional relief it can bring about for patients.

How many sizes can you go down in a breast reduction?

Most patients go down 1 or 2 sizes. Depending on your goals and physique, it may be possible to reduce further than this and an in-person consultation is always the best way to find this out for you personally.

Should I lose weight before breast reduction surgery?

There are two schools of thought here, and the answer is still, “It depends.” Breast reduction will itself cause a loss of some physical weight, but perhaps more importantly, it usually allows women to move or exercise in ways that haven’t been possible before. Women often lose 10 to 20 pounds in the many weeks after surgery.

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