This patient came to Dr. Francesco Campanile, because she was unhappy with how large her breasts were. Oftentimes, women with excess amounts of breast tissue not only have trouble finding clothes and bras that fit. They also experience upper back and neck pain, painful bra strap grooving, and difficulty performing exercise. As a result, many of these women look to expert body cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile, when considering surgical intervention to decrease their breast size.
This patient scheduled a private consultation with Dr. Campanile, during which they discussed her possible options and developed a treatment plan. Because she had a significant amount of excess breast tissue coupled with sagging issues, she decided to proceed with breast reduction surgery. During this surgery, Dr. Campanile removes breast tissue and elevates the nipple areola complex to above the fold beneath the breast.
As you can see in this patient's after photo, her breast reduction surgery performed by Dr. Campanile, not only decreased the breast size, but also gave her breasts a more youthful and elevated appearance. This patient was thrilled with her results and feels more confident about the way her breasts appear.
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