Breast Reduction Monmouth County
Reduction Mammoplasty in Monmouth County and the Jersey Shore, NJ
A breast reduction – also referred to as ‘reduction mammoplasty’ – is a procedure designed to resize and reshape the breasts so that they appear in proportion with the rest of the body. Many women experience symptoms such as back pain, neck pain, grooving from bra straps, poor posture, macerating skin rashes underneath the breast folds and inability to exercise. Macromastia (large breasts) can also draw unwanted attention and negatively affect a woman’s self-esteem.
Monmouth County plastic surgeon Dr. Rahul Vemula performs reduction mammoplasty to remove excess fat and glandular tissue so that the patient’s breasts are healthier and more comfortable in proportion to the rest of her body. Dr. Vemula has worked with countless patients seeking breast reduction from Monmouth County areas such as Long Branch, West Long Branch, Eatontown, Rumson, Fairhaven, and Redbank. Many of his patients also travel from surrounding Jersey Shore areas such as Brick, Toms River, Ocean County, Middlesex county, Central New Jersey , and New York City.
Monmouth County Breast Reduction – Ideal Candidates
The ideal candidate for reduction mammoplasty in Monmouth County are women whose large breasts are causing health problems, physical or social discomfort, inability to exercise, or low self-esteem. It’s important that each patient understands the risks and all the details associated with this cosmetic procedure, as well as have realistic expectations before they choose to move forward with it. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are not good candidates for surgery.
Your Initial Consultation with Dr. Rahul Vemula
The first step towards a successful breast reduction procedure is a comprehensive consultation with Dr. Vemula in his West Long Branch, NJ office. The surgeon will listen to your concerns and goals for the surgery, as well as conduct an examination before exploring treatment options. He’ll also collect information related to your medical history, breast measurements, and symptoms related to macromastia. Additional screening tests may be ordered if and when deemed necessary. At the end of this initial consultation, Dr. Vemula will inform if you are a good candidate for breast reduction.
Planning your Breast Reduction in NJ
The cost of breast reduction in Monmouth County is influenced by factors such as the plastic surgeon’s fees, anesthesiologist fees, and operating facility fees. The price can vary greatly from patient to patients due to their distinctive anatomy. The surgery takes about 2-3 hours to complete and most of Dr. Vemula’s patients are able to go back to their normal routines within 2 weeks.
This procedure may be covered by insurance, especially in cases where enlarged breasts are causing significant physical symptoms such as back and neck pain. In order to determine if you are a candidate for insurance coverage for a breast reduction, an in person consultation with Dr. Vemula is required.
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Reduction Mammoplasty FAQs
Am I the right candidate for a reduction mammoplasty?
How do I prepare for breast reduction treatment?
Depending on the patient’s age, a mammogram may be required prior to a breast reduction. The surgeon will also provide pre-operative instructions that you should adhere to, as well as create a cost estimate. It’s important to note that this surgery DOES NOT increase your risk of developing cancer.
What are the risks of the procedure?
Schedule your Consultation in New Jersey
Dr. Vemula performs Monmouth County Breast Reduction in an accredited facility, staffed with a board certified anesthesiologist and highly qualified nursing staff. Dr. Vemula’s patients come from Monmouth County areas such as Long Branch, West Long Branch, Eatontown, Rumson, Fairhaven, and Redbank. Many of his patients also travel from surrounding Jersey Shore areas such as Brick, Toms River, Ocean County, Middlesex county, Central New Jersey , and New York City.
Dr. Vemula works with a team of highly professional support staff who are committed to providing the highest standards of safety and ensuring that every patient gets the best from the procedure.