Breast Reduction

Dr. Christopher Godek strives to understand each patient’s unique motivation for considering cosmetic enhancement. This commitment to aesthetic goals is especially evident when his patients are considering breast reduction surgery. Breast reduction can alleviate a host of problems, both medical and social. The weight of exceptionally large breasts can result in neck and back pain, as well as indentations on the shoulders caused by bra straps. Breast reduction surgery can help eliminate these problems as well as make one feel less self-conscious in social situations.

At the Personal Enhancement Center, our surgeon uses the most advanced limited-scar breast reduction techniques. These techniques are designed to leave the patient with as minimal post-surgical scarring as possible – which is usually the main concern among prospective patients.

During the breast reduction procedure, excess breast tissue, fat, and skin are carefully removed. This helps to reshape the breasts, making them smaller, firmer, and more proportionate. The remaining skin is then tightened around the newly contoured breast.

Breast reduction surgery usually requires about three hours to complete. While there is usually some swelling and bruising after the surgery, these side effects tend to fade quickly as the breasts heal. Daily activities may usually be resumed within the first few weeks, though heavy exercise should be avoided until healing is complete and you are comfortable to engage in it.

Contact the Personal Enhancement Center

Breast reduction surgery is designed to decrease your breast size, giving you more comfort and providing natural-looking curves. Our surgeon will work to give you the results you have been hoping for. If you are considering breast reduction surgery, contact the Personal Enhancement Center in New Jersey for a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.

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