(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*
Modern media and pop culture are always telling us that the larger the breasts the better. In fact, the media’s portrayal of the ideal woman is probably the biggest factor that leads most women to undergo breast enlargement surgery. But the stereotypical “the bigger the better” idea has a much different effect on women predisposed to abnormally large breasts.
Jenna, for example, was a recent patient of ours here at Specialist Cosmetic Surgery. For over a decade she had been considering undergoing breast reduction. Her heavy breasts had long been making it difficult to maintain her active lifestyle, and chronic neck and bra strap pain were a regular problem. Migraines and back pain was also a common occurrence for her. Tired of simply bearing the pain, Jenna finally decided to make an appointment with Dr. Beldholm.
In their one-on-one consultation, Jenna described her physical ailments to Dr. Beldholm and communicated exactly what she was expecting from the procedure. Due to the severity of her discomforts, Jenna and Dr. Beldholm decided it would be best to reduce Jenna’s current E cup bust to a C cup size.
During surgery, Dr. Beldholm successfully removed 390g of tissue from Jenna’s right breast and 324g of tissue from the left, using the Superior Pedicle technique, which catered best to Jenna’s specific case. Dr. Beldholm also used liposuction to remove over 100 ml of fat from both of Jenna’s breasts.
Initially, Jenna felt her breasts were a bit too firm, as is sometimes the case after breast reduction surgery. This side effect however settles within the first two months after the procedure. Once the firmness passed Jenna was quite satisfied with the overall feel of her new bust.
Four months after the operation and Jenna is extremely pleased with the results. As the video shows, Jenna’s bust went from a cumbersome E cup, down to a much more manageable large C to small D cup. Now Jenna has gotten back to running and embracing her active lifestyle without all the discomfort.*