Breast Concern

Large Breasts

Large Breasts Treatment London

Large breasts were once considered to be a desirable feminine trait that were perceived to be an attractive ‘womanly’ attribute.

However for those who have particularly large breasts, this perception is not always concurred as large breasts are also found to be heavy and may hang low on the chest – especially with an older adult woman who is experiencing general ageing and the effects of gravity having pulled down on the breasts. The weight of large breasts can contribute to backache and neck ache, as well as causing bra straps to cut in on the shoulders.

Large breasts can also cause a fold where they meet the chest wall, where heat and moisture can often become trapped. This can result in the development of sore patches and / or rashes which may make it uncomfortable when wearing underwear, or may even cause frequent infections.  

Like the rest of the face and body, large breasts are usually determined by a person’s genetics. When a female reaches puberty, levels of oestrogen start to increase which triggers the growth of tissues in the breasts. When large breasts develop, it is due to the continued growth of these tissues. Women also find that the breasts can become larger during pregnancy, which is due to hormonal changes and the production of milk. 

There are a number of reasons why a woman is unhappy with large, heavy breasts, including: aches and pains, uncomfortable / ill-fitting clothing, inability to exercise comfortably or an unattractive appearance. In these circumstances Real Plastic Surgery may suggest a breast reduction. This safe and effective surgical procedure is undertaken by our expert breast surgeons who create natural-looking breasts that are smaller in size, lighter in weight and sit higher up on the chest. Our consultations are discreet and confidential and tailor a treatment plan that achieves your desired look.

Large breasts were once considered to be a desirable feminine trait that were perceived to be an attractive ‘womanly’ attribute.

However for those who have particularly large breasts, this perception is not always concurred as large breasts are also found to be heavy and may hang low on the chest – especially with an older adult woman who is experiencing general ageing and the effects of gravity having pulled down on the breasts. The weight of large breasts can contribute to backache and neck ache, as well as causing bra straps to cut in on the shoulders.

Large breasts can also cause a fold where they meet the chest wall, where heat and moisture can often become trapped. This can result in the development of sore patches and / or rashes which may make it uncomfortable when wearing underwear, or may even cause frequent infections.  

Like the rest of the face and body, large breasts are usually determined by a person’s genetics. When a female reaches puberty, levels of oestrogen start to increase which triggers the growth of tissues in the breasts. When large breasts develop, it is due to the continued growth of these tissues. Women also find that the breasts can become larger during pregnancy, which is due to hormonal changes and the production of milk. 

There are a number of reasons why a woman is unhappy with large, heavy breasts, including: aches and pains, uncomfortable / ill-fitting clothing, inability to exercise comfortably or an unattractive appearance. In these circumstances Real Plastic Surgery may suggest a breast reduction. This safe and effective surgical procedure is undertaken by our expert breast surgeons who create natural-looking breasts that are smaller in size, lighter in weight and sit higher up on the chest. Our consultations are discreet and confidential and tailor a treatment plan that achieves your desired look.

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