Women opt for breast reduction surgery to alleviate chronic back pain, improve their self esteem, find clothing that fits, and other issues resulting from having excessively large breasts. Often, women are unable to sustain everyday tasks, including working on their feet, due to the strain placed on their body from the breast weight.
Breast reduction surgery removes excess breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body and to alleviate the discomfort associated with overly large breasts.
Traditionally, breast reduction surgery uses the Anchor or Wise Pattern techniques, which were developed in 1956. These procedures produce a vertical scar and can result in breasts that are poorly shapen – usually flat at the top and concave in shape.
The Bellesoma Method™ of breast reduction eliminates the undesired vertical scars and provides a youthful-perky shape not found in traditional techniques. Many women don’t realize that with a Bellesoma Method reduction comes a breast lift utilizing our proprietary internal suspension technique during the same surgery. Unlike any other reduction procedure, The Horndeski Method provides immediate relief of back, neck and shoulder pain utilizing our unique transfer of the breast weight to the chest muscle. This feature allows many women to maintain most, if not all, of their pre-surgery size without sacrificing the pain relief they seek. The Bellesoma Method is truly the best and most innovative procedure in practice today.