While many associate full breasts with femininity and sensuality, those with breasts that are too large in proportion to the rest of their bodies often face a variety of concerns. Overly large breasts can cause strain on the back, neck, shoulders, and other areas of the body, and can make shopping for clothing and bras very difficult. In extreme cases, they can even cause problems with posture and mobility. More distressing yet, disproportionately large breasts can be the source of ... Continue Reading
Dr. Cohen Discusses Breast Reduction on Beverly Hills Podcast
As a long-time plastic surgeon in the Encino and Beverly Hills areas, Dr. Andrew Cohen was recently interviewed on the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Podcast, hosted by fellow plastic surgeons Drs. Jay Calvert and Millicent Rovelo. This digital series covers all areas of plastic surgery, and in Dr. Cohen’s episode that aired in December, the trio focused on one procedure in particular: breast reduction.
In the podcast interview, Dr. Cohen reveals breast reduction has become the top procedure he performs at his practice. In addition, he says the surgery produces an extremely high satisfaction rate among his patients, due to the combination of cosmetic and functional benefits. Throughout the episode, Dr. Cohen discusses all areas of breast reduction with Drs. Calvert and Rovelo, including candidates, surgical techniques, and the importance of post-operative care.
To listen to this conversation, which includes Dr. Cohen’s tips for patients seeking breast reduction surgery, watch the “Breast Reduction – What You Need to Know” video below.
Breast Reduction Frequently Asked Questions
On today’s blog, Dr. Andrew Cohen answers some of the most frequently asked questions about breast reduction surgery: Will I be getting a lift as part of a breast reduction? The answer is yes. The breast tissue and the skin are removed and the nipple and the areola are raised to a higher location. The lift is a part of the breast reduction procedure. Will I have scars? I prefer the Wise Pattern incision which is a T-incision. This is ... Continue Reading