Many patients seek the expert advice of board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile, when it comes to cosmetic procedures of the breast and body. This patient in particular came to Dr. Campanile because, she was unhappy with her excess breast tissue and the sagging issues it consequently caused. Women with excess amounts of breast tissue often have issues not only with fitting into bras properly but, also have issues with upper back and neck pain, and painful bra strap grooving. As a result, many women look to Dr. Campanile to decrease their breast size.
This patient scheduled a private consultation with Denver plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile, to devise a treatment plan for her concerns. After a detailed discussion, this patient decided to move forward with breast reduction surgery. During this surgery, not only did Dr. Campanile remove breast tissue but, he also elevated the nipple areola complex to a more youthful position above the inframammary fold. Additionally, his experience and expert technique allowed him to create a very round and natural breast during this procedure.
As you can see in this patient's post-operative photo, her breast appearance is greatly improved. Although the size was reduced and the nipple elevated, the breast still maintains a very round and natural appearance. This patient was thrilled with the results from her breast reduction surgery with Dr. Francesco Campanile and feels more confident with the way her breasts appear.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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