Women with overly large breasts can experience a variety of issues, including physical, emotional and social discomfort. Pendulous breasts make exercising difficult, and being top-heavy makes clothes shopping a challenge. Many women turn to breast reduction in Boston, Hingham and Nantucket, MA, with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Dax Guenther to improve their comfort, health and proportions.
Are you ready to learn how Dr. Guenther can relieve you of the burden of overly large breasts? Request a consultation online, or speak to one of our team members today by calling (781) 740-7840 (Hingham), (508) 901-9239 (Nantucket), or (617) 306-3175 (downtown).
No two patients have the same body type, lifestyle, or goals, so Dr. Guenther matches advanced surgical techniques to each woman's specific needs. His extensive training and experience help him to:
- Remove excess skin and tissue for a more proportional look
- Lift and re-shape the breasts for beautiful results
- Alleviate symptoms that may limit exercise or activity
Dr. Guenther will answer all of your questions during you private consultation. He offers a wide range of innovative, yet proven techniques, and he will explain which methods will most effectively achieve the results you desire.
Dr. Guenther has spent years refining his skills in plastic surgery. This allows him to approach each procedure as a "custom design," combining the best techniques for the unique situation. Traditional methods may leave patients with an unnatural breast appearance, or breasts that "bottom out" over time. By combining modern techniques to minimize scarring and preserve upper-breast fullness, Dr. Guenther strives for long-lasting, beautiful results. These include horizontal, periareolar, or circumvertical (SPAIR-type) short scar patterns. He also often incorporates liposuction and breast lift procedures during breast reduction to assist in the sculpting process.
Boston breast reduction patients turn to him because he delivers the right results for each individual's body and lifestyle.
Healing & Enjoying Your New Look
Patients wear a surgical support bra following the procedure to be worn for the first 2 weeks to help support the breasts and provide comfort.
Depending on the extent of the procedure, patients may need to spend a night in recovery. Within 2 weeks, you should be able to return to your daily activities. The breasts will settle into their new position and shape by around 3 months.
Dr. Guenther and his staff will assist you throughout the recovery process to ensure all of your needs are met.