Granite Bay Breast Reduction Surgery
Carrying around excess weight is never easy, but when that weight is in your breasts, it can literally be a pain. Back, neck, and shoulder pain, indentations in your shoulders from bra straps, and chafing are just the beginning. Unwanted attention, inability to find sports bras that work—it just doesn’t seem right that your life should be limited by the size of your breasts.
How can breast reduction surgery help?
If having large breasts interferes with your ability to do the things you want to do (and wear the clothes you want to wear), breast reduction surgery can restore your freedom to live life without making compromises based on your breasts. Each patient has her own reasons for wanting a breast reduction, but one common goal is to feel better about their bodies: more confident, more comfortable, and more like themselves.
Here’s what a breast reduction could do for you:
- Immediately reduce or eliminate back, neck, and shoulder pain caused by heavy breasts
- Give you smaller, rounder, and perkier breasts with your nipples facing forward (not hanging down)
- Alleviate skin irritation and chafing caused by a bra that cannot support your breasts
- Make running, dancing, swimming, and a slew of other activities fun again
- Allow you to wear the clothing you want, because it will finally fit the way it’s supposed to!
- Correct significant asymmetry
- Let you get on with life without thinking about the problems your breasts cause every day
Contact us today for a personal consultation with Dr. Christa Clark
Before & After
What is breast reduction surgery like?
Dr. Clark performs the procedure in our fully accredited private surgery suite. You’ll be under general anesthesia, administered by a board certified anesthesiologist, for your comfort. Using the anchor incision technique, Dr. Clark will:
- Remove excess breast tissue, fat, and skin
- Move the nipple/areola complex higher and more forward-facing on the breast
- Reshape the remaining breast tissue to improve shape and symmetry
- Close your incisions with layers of sutures to provide long-term support to your new breast shape.
Will I be able to breastfeed after breast reduction?
Many women successfully breastfeed after breast reduction; some have difficulty. Whenever possible, Dr. Clark keeps the milk ducts intact when moving the nipple/areola complex higher on the breast to help preserve ability to breastfeed. However, very large breast reductions may require a “free nipple graft,” which totally removes the nipple/areola complex to relocate it. Learn more about breast reduction incisions »
If you’re concerned about breastfeeding after breast reduction, tell Dr. Clark at your consult. She’ll gladly explain how the procedure may or may not affect your ability to breastfeed.
Choosing Dr. Clark for your breast reduction
All the key facts you need
Plastic surgeon Dr. Christa Clark is passionate about helping women feel comfortable and confident in their bodies. With 10+ years of experience performing breast enhancement procedures, an ability to understand her patients’ needs in a way only a female plastic surgeon could, and a no-compromise approach to patient safety, Dr. Clark puts your well-being first. Plus, her patients love their results. See what a few of them have to say »