If you have large natural breasts, you might have a list a mile long as to why you want your breasts surgically reduced. Many Dallas women do. You see, being bigger busted does have its downsides, and every year Dr. Hopkins of J. Hopkins Plastic Surgery consults with many Texas women who desire a breast reduction surgery. Other women might have large breasts but have never considered plastic surgery before. If that sounds like you, continue reading. Here’s a list of 7 reasons why you should consider reducing the size of your breasts.
1. Reduce Your Breasts to Eliminate Unwanted Back Pain
Many Dallas women who have a larger chest have accompanying back pain, too. That’s because the extra weight of having a large chest puts undue stress on your back. If you frequently suffer from back pain, you may want to talk to Dr. Hopkins about how a breast reduction surgery could assist you.
2. Take a Load off Your Chest to Stop Deep Bra Strap Indentations
Dallas women with large breasts need to wear supportive bras. That’s a given. But sometimes, even the best-designed bra isn’t supportive enough to give you the fit you need, resulting in deep bra strap indentation on your shoulders that can be very painful. A new bra isn’t always the right answer. Sometimes, the only way to alleviate this side effect of large breasts is to have breast reduction surgery.
3. Feel More Comfortable Wearing the Latest Fashion Styles
Fashion trends come and go, but one thing’s for certain for women with large breasts – sometimes they just don’t work for you. Whether the situation is that you literally can’t find fashionable clothing that fits your chest size, or you think staying trendy would require you to wear clothing you feel is too revealing, many Dallas women with large natural breasts never feel like they’re in style.
4. Finally Feel Like People Are Making Eye Contact with You, Instead of Focusing on Your Bust
A large chest can give Dallas women unwanted attention. If you feel that when you’re talking to others, they’re always focusing on your bust and not making eye contact, it can cause negative feelings and emotions. Having a breast reduction can eliminate the problem that causes people’s eyes to look south and finally give you the respectful eye contact you deserve.
5. Stop Tingling and Numbness That Has No Other Medical Cause
Numbness and tingly in the arms should always be reported to your general physician and most likely examined by a neurologist. But if you’ve been checked out and there’s no other medical cause for the sensations you’re feeling, it’s possible that your large breasts are the root of the problem. Having breast reduction surgery can reduce the amount of pressure your chest places on nerves, and eliminate this numbness and tingling for good.
6. Reduce Breast Sagging Caused By Larger, Heavier Breasts
Every Dallas woman’s breasts begin to sag at one point in her life or another, but you may experience premature sagging if your breasts are overly large. That’s because of every woman’s worst friend: gravity. Having a breast reduction, and pairing it with a breast lift, can reduce the breast sagging you experience and give you an overall improved breast contour.
7. Rebalance Your Figure for an Overall Improved Silhouette
You may have been “blessed” with large breasts, but that doesn’t mean they fit the rest of your body. If you feel you’re top heavy and desire that hourglass silhouette, then surgically reducing the size of your breasts can help you achieve the aesthetic appearance you desire.
Learn More About Reducing Breast Size By Consulting with Dr. Hopkins
If these 7 reasons weren’t enough to convince you to reduce the size of your breasts, or if they’ve piqued your interested in the surgery, you should consult with Dr. Hopkins of J. Hopkins Plastic Surgery to learn more about the procedure. He’ll evaluate your unique case, listen to the problems you have because of your breast size, and help you come up with a plan to have the comfort and cosmetic look you want.
To schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Hopkins today, call (972) 298-6641.