Breasts are one of the unique features that make a woman beautiful. If you’re dissatisfied with your breasts, then consider plastic surgery. There are several surgical solutions to the following common breast problems:
Breasts are Too Large
Although large breasts are often desired, they can also be a health hazard. Many women complain of back and neck problems due to the large size of their breasts. Larger breasts can also restrict physical activity, making it harder to run and play sports. Some women feel that large breasts get in the way as they go about their daily activities. A breast reduction can maintain a natural-looking breast size while reducing the bust enough to ease back pain and increase physical abilities.
Breasts Sag after Breastfeeding
Many mothers worry about their breasts sagging after childbirth. Indeed, breastfeeding children can take a toll on your breast size and shape. After breastfeeding, the tissue in your breasts may shift, causing changes in physical appearance. Some women’s breasts remain larger, while others may experience shrinking or flattening of one or both breasts. Many women also find that their breasts sag after breastfeeding, no matter what their size. Fortunately, breast augmentation can restore your breasts to their original size. A breast lift can also raise the tissue so that breasts no longer sag.
If you’re interested in breast augmentation, breast reduction, or a breast lift procedure, then contact the experts at Blackhawk Plastic Surgery. We offer a variety of procedures to meet your cosmetic needs, so call (925) 272-2464 for a consultation appointment.
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