Breast Hypertrophy Los Angeles

Macromastia, Mammary Hypertrophy, or Gigantomastia

While Large breasts are desired by many Beverly Hills women, too large of breasts are however a source of discomfort, nuisance, and embarrassment for many others in Los Angeles. Women who suffer from excessively large and disproportionate breasts (Mammary Hypertrophy or Macromastia) often feel self-conscious and even shame from the time they reach puberty. They are troubled that their breast size and not their achievements or personality are the first thing that people notice about them. Unlike their peers, they find it difficult to exercise, participate in sports, or to find bras and clothes that fit well.

According to the America Society of Plastic Surgeons, women who undergo breast reduction surgery in Los Angeles are by far more satisfied with their plastic surgery than those who have had breast augmentation! This is because breast reduction rides women of a functional disability which is not faced by any other group of women who seek cosmetic surgery.

While some girls experience breast overdevelopment (mammary hypertrophy) during puberty, others develop gigantic breasts (Gigantomastia) during pregnancy. They suffer from chronic backaches, neck aches, painful indentations and grooves in their skin from heavy bra straps that cut their skin, fatigue, skin irritation (Dermatitis) and infection under their breast folds. All of these limit and constrain their lifestyle. In short, their breast size overshadows everything else in their lives.

Backaches, neck aches and hunchbacks. Rashes and skin irritation beneath breast folds. Painful grooves in the shoulders from heavy bra straps. Inability to exercise effectively or to participate in sports. Agony shopping for clothes that fit and look proportional. Unwanted attention!

These are just some of the torments that lead women with very large breasts to undergo Breast Reduction Surgery, or Reduction Mammoplasty. For many people, large breasts indicate femininity and beauty. This is not the case, however, for women who suffer the symptoms of having excessively large breasts, as described above.

Mammary Hypertrophy, or disproportionately large breasts, is indeed a disabling physical condition that is often overlooked in a culture that equates large breasts with attractiveness.

Macromastia, Mammary Hypertrophy, and Mammary Gigantism are some of the medical terms that refer to excessively large breast size. Breast Reduction or “Reduction Mammoplasty” is the surgical procedure designed to reduce breast size and weight through the

Backaches, neck aches and hunchbacks. Rashes and skin irritation beneath breast folds. Painful grooves in the shoulders from heavy bra straps. Inability to exercise effectively or to participate in sports. Agony shopping for clothes that fit and look proportional. Unwanted attention!

These are just some of the torments that lead women with very large breasts to undergo Breast Reduction Surgery, or Reduction Mammoplasty. For many people, large breasts indicate femininity and beauty. This is not the case, however, for women who suffer the symptoms of having excessively large breasts, as described above.

Mammary Hypertrophy, or disproportionately large breasts, is indeed a disabling physical condition that is often overlooked in a culture that equates large breasts with attractiveness.

removal of excess breast tissue, fat and skin. Reduction Mammoplasty not only makes the breasts more proportionate to a woman’s figure, but also lifts them.

In the following sections Dr. Younai reviews your treatment options for Breast Reduction, including pros and cons of each procedure, potential risks and complications, recovery course, pre and post operative instructions, and esthetic outcomes. There are also many before-and-after pictures and high resolution images of Reduction Mammoplasty available in our photo gallery.

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