This patient sought the expert advice of Dr. Francesco Campanile, because she was unhappy with her large breasts. Oftentimes, women with excessively large breasts can experience many issues as a result of the excess breast tissue. Such as upper back and neck pain, painful bra strap grooving, and inability to perform vigorous exercise. For many of these women, therapeutic measures such as massage or physical therapy only provide temporary relief. So, they seek to surgically reduce their breast size for permanent results.
After meeting with Dr. Campanile during a private consultation, the patient decided to move forward with breast reduction surgery. During breast reduction surgery, breast tissue is excised and the nipple areola complex is lifted above the inframammary fold. There are many different techniques for this procedure based on the mass of breast tissue that needs to be removed, as well as the distance the nipple areola complex needs to be lifted. However, all of these techniques require at least an incision around the areola. Many patients are concerned with the appearance of these scars. However, Dr. Campanile performs all of his own suturing (unlike many other surgeons who have stitching assistants). So, patients can be assured they will have the most minimal scars possible with an expert plastics closure.
As you can see, after this patient's breast reduction surgery with board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile, her breast appearance is greatly improved. Not only was mass removed, which helps with permanent symptom relief, but the nipple areola complex was placed in a much more youthful position. This gives the breast a very round and aesthetically ideal shape. This patient was thrilled with her surgical results and feels much more confident about the way her breasts look.
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