Boston Breast Reduction Surgeon
At Accurate Aesthetics, we understand that for women with excessively large, pendulous breasts, performing simple tasks, such as shopping for new clothes or jogging, can be discouraging or even painful. To help relieve the physical and emotional discomfort that many individuals with overly enlarged breasts experience, our compassionate plastic surgeon, Dr. William E. LoVerme, performs breast reduction surgery for women (and men) in Boston, Wellesley and Sudbury.
Women with overly enlarged breasts often feel self-conscious about their appearance. They may hunch forward or don baggy clothing to conceal their ample breasts. In addition to the emotional discomfort that having excessively large, pendulous breasts can cause, these women often experience physical pain or discomfort when engaging in certain activities, such as running or jumping. Due to the heavy weight of their breasts, women with overly large breasts often suffer from chronic back, neck and shoulder pain as well. Even wearing a bra can be uncomfortable, as the shoulder straps dig into the skin, causing deep indentations, welts or rashes.
Dr. LoVerme performs breast reduction surgery to correct these concerns. With breast reduction surgery, the cosmetic surgeon eliminates excess skin, fat and breast tissue, providing patients with smaller, perkier breasts that are more comfortable and in harmony with the rest of their figures. The surgeon is also able to reduce the size of the areola (the darkly pigmented skin surrounding the nipple) and move the nipple to a higher, more central position on the breast, if needed.
With breast reduction surgery, Dr. LoVerme never reduces the size of the breasts so drastically that patients no longer look like themselves. Rather, the aesthetic goal of the procedure is to help patients achieve shapely breasts that are in proportion with their unique physique.
Breast reduction surgery is an effective means of achieving attractive, youthful-looking breasts that a woman can feel proud of. It is also an effective way to alleviate the pain and discomfort that often accompanies having heavy, excessively large breasts. Often, our patients report feeling a huge sense of relief and simply wish they had undergone the procedure sooner.