Stacy, 31: "I have very big breasts that not only are unattractive but also cause me problems with skin rashes under them, headaches, neck, back, and shoulder aches, and breathing difficulties. So in addition to psychological discomfort I often physically disabled. The only way out I can think of is a breast reduction procedure, but I have a scar phobia if I can call it that way."
A breast reduction surgery has become a big opportunity for a lot of women like Stacy who feel uncomfortable about their looks. It helps to significantly change the size and shape of breasts and give a person more of the self esteem, confidence and comfort that are as necessary while being around man as they are while communicating with women.
Breast reduction scars
All scars of surgical nature are permanent. For example, mastopexy will leave deeper scars because the surgery is more involved: the more skin removed from the breast during surgery, the bigger the possibility to have deeper scars after it.
The scars are visible around the nipple; go vertically down from the nipple and is typically under the breast as well. The scars fade as time passes but they still are wide and will smooth out over 3 to 6 months.
How to Deal with Scars?
The best advice would be to leave this for your surgeon who will do everything that is necessary in order to make your scars as much unnoticeable as possible. Unfortunately, as every other kind of surgery, breast reduction can also have unpleasant complications resulting in really thick and wide scars that are difficult to hide. However, even in cases like this scars can be improved through scars reduction surgery. But it is still necessary to have in mind that breast reduction scars are white extensive lines that are permanent. But the good news is that scars are usually placed so that low-cut tops would not “bring them into surface.