Breast Reduction Houston

Breast Reduction Mommy Makeover Procedure: Houston, The Woodlands, and Conroe Texas

Individual results may vary

Breast reduction is a very common procedure before my Dr. Paul Gill in the Woodlands Texas. Many patients from Houston, The Woodlands, and Conroe Texas seek his expertise in the mommy makeover procedure. A common option that women seek is to downsize their overall breast size.

This is a very common procedure for women who have lost weight, gone through pregnancy, or the general effects of aging. Many patients seeking breast reduction by Dr. Paul S. Gill have experienced substantial neck pain, back pain, bra strap grooving, and rashes that is quickly relieved by the breast reduction procedure. This can offer substantial improvement to these women, not only by reducing the size of the breast, but by also lifting the breast, providing improvement in the overall aesthetic unit.

Options for breast reduction depend on the amount of loose skin that needs to be removed and also the amount of breast glandular tissue that needs be removed. Our common techniques involve a circumvertical or lollipop breast lift and a wise pattern or anchor incision breast lift. The decision is based on careful measurements to help identify which procedure is optimal for your goals. Dr. Gill commonly performs breast reduction surgery in combination with the tummy tuck as part of his mommy makeover procedures.

Dr. Gill recommends that patients who seek a breast reduction with mommy makeover to take 2 weeks off from a deskjob and 4-6 weeks off from a manual labor job. Most of his patients find the major recovery to be from the tummy tuck procedure and very little discomfort beyond 3 to 5 days from the breast reduction. This is a very common procedure to be performed together as many patients want one downtime and one time under anesthesia. For more information on this procedure in combination with a mommy makeover, feel free to call Dr. Paul Gill at 281-853-5308.

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*Individual Results May Vary