PHOENIX & GILBERT, AZ
Macromastia is often associated with chronic pain in the neck, shoulders, back, and the chest wall which is why the majority of Dr LaBarbera’s Gilbert , Phoenix, and Scottsdale breast reduction patients come to see him. It may also cause sleep disturbances, poor posture, headaches, and shortness of breath. In some women, Macromastia will also cause the bra straps to dig into the shoulders, leading to permanent grooves in the shoulders over time.
Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Gilbert, AZ plastic surgeon, Dr. Jude LaBarbera uses liposuction to remove excessive amounts of tissue and fat from the breasts. He works professionally with each patient in order to achieve breasts that are attractive, smaller, and more manageable in size. If you are struggling with extra-large breasts that limit your choice of clothing, impair your ability to exercise, or lead to other physical symptoms – Dr. Jude LaBarbera’s reduction mammoplasty procedure is tailored for you.
Ideal Candidates for Reduction Mammoplasty
Overly large breasts can cause many health and emotional problems. Many women with large pendulous breasts admit to having self-image issues, and some even experience physical pain and discomfort. There are a few traits breast reduction Scottsdale and Gilbert patients typically are suffering from to which they need surgery:
- You have breasts that are heavy, different sizes, or too big for your frame
- Your breasts are limiting your physical activity
- You have shoulder grooves from bra straps
- You have a skin irritation below the breast crease
- You have large breasts that are causing back, neck, or shoulder pain
- You are self-conscious about the fact that your breasts are too large
Dr. Jude LaBarbera works closely with each one of this patients to evaluate your concerns and determine whether surgery is the best way forward. Keep in mind it is usually best to be done birthing children prior to surgery (some mothers request a full mommy makeover) Nonsurgical treatments such as support bras, massage, chiropractic or physical therapy may help alleviate the symptoms of macromastia. However, their effectiveness is limited and cannot be compared to reductive surgery.
YOUR INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BREAST REDUCTION GILBERT & SCOTTSDALE WITH DR. JUDE LABARBERA
FEATURED PATIENT GALLERIES
Your Initial Consultation with Dr. Labarbera
DURING AND AFTER BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY SCOTTSDALE AND GILBERT AZ
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
It’s common that women who have large breasts also have a large areola. Many surgeons consider areola reduction during the procedure. Excessive skin will be trimmed to ensure that the areola is proportional to the new breast shape