Look and feel your best. Breast reduction surgery can target the source of neck, back, and shoulder pain to relieve your discomfort.
While the primary goal of the procedure is to reduce size, Dr. Keith Rose also performs the procedure in a way that reshapes the breasts, makes them proportional, and gives them an attractive cosmetic appearance. He bases his approach to surgery on a thorough consultation so that the outcome meets his patients’ goals and expectations.
Corpus Christi women choose Dr. Rose for breast reduction because of the skill and care he brings to his work. Rely on his years of experience, personal commitment to patients, and eye for aesthetic beauty for your surgery.
Improve Daily Life with a Single Procedure
Breast reduction can resolve a variety of concerns related to overly large breasts, from bra strap irritation to chronic pain due to carrying too much weight.
However, choosing to have smaller breasts shouldn’t mean deciding between aesthetics and comfort. As part of your surgery, Dr. Rose takes the time to give you a result you’ll feel good about: breasts that are shapely, in balance with one another, and positioned well within your frame.
Getting Started with Breast Reduction
At your initial visit, Dr. Rose will talk with you about the goals you want to accomplish, conduct an examination, and learn about your medical history. In particular, he may ask about your family history of cancer and significant weight gain or loss.
Because the goal with breast reduction surgery is sustainable improvement, Dr. Rose and our staff may also prepare a nutritional guide for you. This is to help you maintain size and weight following your procedure and to prevent reoccurrence of the discomfort you had with larger breasts.
Your Experience with Breast Reduction
On the day of your procedure:
- Dr. Rose will conduct your breast reduction either at a Corpus Christi hospital or at our in-house facility. Our state-of-the-art operating and recovery rooms offer a discrete and professional medical setting.
- Surgery takes place under either general anesthesia or conscious sedation.
- Your procedure will last about 2 – 4 hours.
Expect to be away from work for about 1 week and away from heavy physical exertion for 6 weeks. Following Dr. Rose’s guidelines will help you have a more successful and comfortable recovery.
After breast reduction, you should notice a significant difference in the weight you are carrying. Most patients recognize an improvement in neck, back, and shoulder pain, and they appreciate having the results they wanted without sacrificing their beauty.
You don’t have to live with daily discomfort. Schedule your breast reduction consultation with our Corpus Christi office by calling (361) 651-1200.