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Breast Reduction

Large breasts aren’t for everyone. They can, in some cases, cause backaches, neck pain, and shoulder pains, and excess tissues can make them sag prematurely, pulling the nipples downwards. A surgical breast reduction is suitable for patients desiring smaller, more manageable breasts for aesthetic or functional purposes. A breast reduction, as the name suggests, focuses on removing excess breast tissues to reduce their overall size. This article provides an overview of breast reduction surgeries, including the techniques used, preparation, post-treatment process, and potential risks. How do I prepare for breast ...
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Breast lift procedure and the recovery process

Everyone suffers from sagging breasts at some point. Over time, your breasts lose their elasticity and firmness, which makes the force of gravity stretch the ligaments in the breasts, making them sag and droop downwards. While everyone experiences sagging breasts eventually, some experience it sooner rather than later due to pregnancy or sudden weight fluctuations. If you’re unhappy with your breasts’ shape or proportion, a breast lift can restore your youthful contours. A breast lift, also known as a mastopexy, is a surgical procedure wherein excess skin and breast tissues ...
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Breast Augmentation

Breast Enlargement

Breast augmentation, also known as augmentation mammoplasty, is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures among women. As the name indicates, this procedure aims to increase the breast size by placing implants under the breast tissues. Women undergo breast augmentation for various purposes, both cosmetic and reconstructive. You may opt for the procedure if you desire larger or more proportional breasts,  or to restore your breast size after pregnancy, weight loss, breastfeeding, or other factors. This article provides a comprehensive overview of breast augmentation surgery, including breast implant materials, placement ...
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