Breast Reduction in Glastonbury, CT
Dr. Beam offers breast reduction surgery for patients in Hartford, New Britain, Glastonbury and surrounding areas of Connecticut.
Women who are struggling with a bust that is disproportionately large to their body often look to breast reduction surgery. Large breasts can cause complications when working out, trying on clothes, as well as back pain. With breast reduction surgery from Dr. Beam your breasts can be smaller, firmer and shapelier. A breast reduction can overall improve the quality of your life.
How is a Breast Reduction Performed?
At your breast reduction consultation, Dr. Beam can help you determine what size breasts will best suit your body type. During the procedure, an incision is made around the areola and under the breast crease. From here, Dr. Beam can reduce, lift and shape your breasts.
Schedule your breast reduction consultation today to learn more about the procedure and recovery.
How Much Does Breast Reduction Cost?
The cost for a breast reduction is a consideration for many patients. Many times a breast reduction will be covered under your insurance. Please check with our office staff to see if we participate with your insurance company. It is helpful at the time of your consultation that you bring all documentation of any treatment that you have had so it can be submitted along with the letter from Dr. beam for precertification. If it is not considered to be medically necessary, Dr. Beam and his staff can discuss pricing and financing for a breast reduction at your initial consultation.
Am I a Good Candidate for a Breast Reduction?
If you have been struggling with a disproportionate figure, and your breasts are causing you neck, shoulder and/or back pain, rashes under your breasts or have been getting in the way of your exercise routine and your wardrobe, breast reduction surgery may the solution you have been looking for.
What Can I Expect After my Breast Reduction?
After your breast reduction surgery, you may notice swelling and bruising around your nipples and breasts. We will provide you with a compression bra as well as pain medication to alleviate discomfort. Most patients can return to light work after two to three weeks, and it is recommended that you avoid heavy lifting for at least four weeks.