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Breast Reduction Before & After Pictures in Atlanta, GA

While many women envy large breasts, others understand all too well the challenges of being big busted. Breasts that are too large for your frame or personal style cause a great deal of discomfort, both physically and emotionally. If you are considering breast reduction surgery, our Breast Reduction Before and After Pictures show you how Dr. Frederick T. Work, Jr., of the Atlanta Center for Breast and Aesthetic Surgery has helped other women in the Buckhead, Vinings, and Sandy Springs area.

Breast reduction is recommended for women who want to reduce the size and shape of their breasts or who have one breast that is larger or shaped differently than the other breast. The goal of breast reduction surgery is to make the breasts more proportionate to your body, fit your lifestyle and reduce physical symptoms, such as neck and back pain, skin rashes and irritation and bruising caused by bra straps.

Incision placement is tailored to your specific anatomy and surgical plan. For most women, three incisions are required — one around the areola, a second from the bottom of the areola to the natural breast crease and a third along the crease under the breast. Once the incisions are made, Dr. Work removes excess fat and breast tissue. The skin is pulled tight and excess is trimmed. You can see the results of the procedure in our Breast reduction Before and After Pictures.

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If you feel less confident because of your large breasts or if you live with neck, shoulder and back problems related to your breast size, breast reduction surgery may be right for you. After you browse our Breast Reduction Before and After Pictures, contact us to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Frederick T. Work, Jr., of the Atlanta Center for Breast and Aesthetic Surgery.

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