It’s not able that patients who have had a breast reduction are among the happiest people of plastic surgery patients. They have not only improved their cosmetic appearance, but they have also been relieved of a physical burden that’s been interfering with their lives. Dr. Tzamantaki delivers Breast reduction with scarring that is virtually invisible. Breasts look natural and youthful with no signs of meddling.
MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION
For woman with overly large breasts, the decision to do a breast reduction is a relief. However, it may still be helpful to understand the exact issues that breast reduction will correct. Such issues include:
- Breasts that are cosmetically too large for one’s body
- Neck, shoulder and back pain caused by the excess weight
- Shoulder posture from breast size and weight
- Breast that have begun to droop due to size
- Asymmetrical breasts
- Rashes that form underneath the breasts
- Discomfort while moving due to large, heavy breasts
- Trouble sleeping due to discomfort in the breasts
To help her patients, Dr Tzamantaki makes the correct decision regarding breast reduction and she has developed a unique surgical philosophy. Rather than accepting any patient for breast reduction based on their ability to pay, she goes above and beyond to determine what’s truly the best course of action. After a rigorous consultation her surgical plan will be in coordination with her patient’s goals and she will definitely achieve them. If Dr. Tzamantaki accepts a patient for surgery, it is because she is certain she will provide the finest breast reduction for you.
Before a breast reduction, Dr. Tzamantaki’s consultation is a turning point for any patient’s journey. After learning about the patient’s personal goals, she then reviews her “aesthetic profile” gathering anatomical information to determine the best course of action. This information includes the anatomy of, not only breasts, but also the entire body, allowing her to visualize the correct proportions. At this point she will map out a comprehensive treatment plan and make that plan a reality. It is an exciting time, for both doctor and patient.
By Dr. Elena Tzamantaki
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