Breast reduction surgery is one of the cosmetic surgery options that both men and women express interest in. Men choose to have the procedure to resolve gynecomastia, the condition of male breast overdevelopment. Women have reduction mammaplasty, as breast reduction is also called to achieve a breast size that is more proportionate to the body or to improve the physical and emotional discomfort associated with breasts that are too large.
Established practices offer advanced breast reduction liposuction procedures to help men and women achieve their cosmetic goals. The procedure involves removing excess breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to achieve the desired results.
A recent study to evaluate the physical and psychosocial health benefits of breast reduction surgery came out with some interesting findings. According to the report, many important areas of health and quality of life were seen to improve considerably after surgery to reduce breast size. These benefits were seen in as short a time as six weeks after the procedure. Here is an overview of the improvements in scores post-surgery for the four areas evaluated:
- Satisfaction with the appearance of the breasts increased from 20 to 80
- Psychosocial well-being increased from 41 to 84
- Sexual well-being rose from 40 to 78
- Physical well-being increase from 43 to 81
The procedure relieved pain in the breast, neck, back and shoulders, a benefit confirmed by many other previous studies. Respondents also said that breast reduction also helped them sleep and exercise better. The report also stated that improvement in physical activity, decrease in costly chronic medical complaints, and improvement in overall quality of life also justified insurance coverage for breast reduction surgery.
In reliable plastic surgery facilities, surgeons use advanced minimally invasive technologies such as SmartLipo Triplex to perform breast reduction with reduced bleeding bruising and trauma compared to conventional lipolysis methods.