Enlarged Breasts

Women with large breasts can suffer from a number of physical symptoms, such as breast discomfort, neck ache, backache, shoulder pain, irritation to the skin under the breast fold or painful pressure from bra straps. It is also common for women with large breasts to feel self-conscious and restricted in various areas of their lives, whether participation in sport or choice of clothing.

For men, enlarged breast tissue tends to pose more of a psychological problem, with suffers commonly experiencing lower self esteem and poor body confidence.

Here at Coppergate Clinic, we are able to relieve the symptoms associated with large breasts through breast reduction and male breast reduction surgery. These surgical procedures effective in reducing the volume of enlarged breasts, thereby eliminating their impact on your daily life and self-confidence.

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Coppergate Clinic’s expert surgeons are on hand to develop the perfect treatment option for you. They will take into account your breast concerns and will work to create a solution that suits your body type and shape. Following breast reduction surgery for enlarged breasts, you will be cared for by our excellent nursing team at our state-of-the-art clinic.

If you want to reduce the size of enlarged breasts, please speak to one of our friendly, experienced team who will be delighted to talk you through the treatment options available to you.

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