Failed non-surgical interventions:
Women who have tried non-surgical interventions such as physical therapy, supportive bras, or weight loss without significant improvement in their symptoms may consider breast reduction surgery as a viable option.
Who is a Suitable Candidate for Breast Reduction Surgery
Breast reduction surgery may be suitable for women who have disproportionately large breasts in relation to their body frame and are experiencing physical discomfort or emotional distress due to their breast size. Suitable candidates may have one or more of the following concerns:
Women who experience chronic pain, discomfort, or limitations in physical activities due to the weight and size of their breasts may be suitable candidates for breast reduction surgery.
Women who feel self-conscious, unhappy, or have low self-esteem due to the size of their breasts may benefit from breast reduction surgery, as it can improve body image and boost self-confidence.
Women who have medical conditions such as chronic rashes, skin irritation, or posture issues due to large breasts may be suitable candidates for breast reduction surgery.
Women who have significant asymmetry between their breasts, with one breast being significantly larger than the other, may benefit from breast reduction surgery to achieve a more balanced and proportionate breast appearance.