While many women envy others who were blessed with large breasts, living with breasts that are too large for your body often leads to emotional and physical problems.
Double board-certified and fellowship-trained plastic surgeon Dr. Steven J. Rottman is a skilled breast reduction surgeon, who is dedicated to helping women resolve the problems associated with large breasts.
Breast reduction not only creates a lovelier proportion for your figure, but remedies many physical and emotional issues.
Overly large breasts cause neck, back and shoulder pain, and may lead to a lack of self-confidence or feelings of embarrassment. The condition also leads to practical challenges, including finding correctly fitting bras and clothing.
Overly large breasts can leave you feeling both emotionally and physically uncomfortable. The weight of heavy breast tissue and the self-consciousness associated with having large breasts can impair your ability to lead an active and normal life. Our breast reduction in Baltimore is performed to relieve the neck, back, shoulder pain, rashes, and other physical discomforts, and create a breast size in balance and proportion with the rest of your body.
Take a look at our breast reduction before and after pictures to see how Dr. Rottman has helped women living with excessively large breasts. The pictures are our real patients who have benefitted from breast reduction surgery, and are living life with more freedom and confidence.View Gallery
Breast reduction surgery is usually performed through incisions on your breasts with surgical removal of excess fat, breast tissue, and skin. Liposuction may also be used in conjunction with these techniques to remove some of the excess fat. The technique chosen by Dr. Rottman will be determined by your individual condition, breast composition, amount of reduction desired, and the final result you envision.
During the procedure Dr. Rottman will lift and reshape the breast tissue to produce a contour that is in proportion with your figure. The nipple will be repositioned and, if needed, enlarged nipples can be reduced to create a lovelier breast.
The incision options include around the areola; a keyhole or racquet-shaped pattern, with an incision around the areola and vertically down to the breast crease; or an “inverted T” or anchor-shaped incision. Most of the incisions can be hidden along the natural contours of the breast to minimize their appearance after surgery; however, some may be visible on the breast surface, but placed in a position to be hidden within a bra or swimsuit top.
Pre-surgical preparation for your breast reduction surgery may involve some preliminary blood and diagnostic tests. Another aspect of breast reduction surgery that many of our patients enjoy is the need to go shopping for new bras and clothing – your breast size will no longer limit your choices, and you can now choose to wear the tops and bras you want, typically in standard sizes.
After breast reduction, you will be given a support bra to help reduce swelling and to support your new, smaller breasts. The results can be seen immediately and as the swelling subsides, you will be able to enjoy your breast reduction even more. Incision lines remain, but generally fade very nicely over time.
Because each breast reduction procedure varies based upon the needs of the patient, the cost will also vary. We work with CareCredit® and AlphaeonCredit® to help you finance your procedure. To learn more, visit our financing page.
Breast reduction is a good option for you if you meet any of the following conditions:
Some of our patients are surprised by the emotional impact created by breast reduction surgery. It is important to understand that this is a significant life change, and although your breasts have been a hindrance, recovery can be an emotional time for you.
Not only are you recovering from a surgical procedure, but part of your life – large heavy breasts – has changed. Dr. Rottman and his staff focus on patient care and are always there, easy to contact directly, and ready to help.
A thorough examination of your breasts helps Dr. Rottman plan your individual breast reduction surgery. We encourage you to be open about all your concerns about your breast size, both emotional and physical. Dr. Rottman discusses your treatment plan and helps you have realistic expectations about breast reduction surgery.
Dr. Steven J. Rottman is a plastic surgeon and reconstructive plastic surgeon who is recognized for his unique, personalized approach to plastic and reconstructive surgery, and the ability to create exceptionally natural-looking results.
As every patient is unique, Dr. Rottman may employ either traditional or advanced techniques, based upon the patient’s needs.
Please contact us today to schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Rottman.
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As our community copes with fast-moving spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus we hope you and yours are in good health during these stressful times.
Public officials have asked businesses to close down for a limited tune while a local quarantine begins. To do our part in ensuring health and safety of everyone on our staff and all of our patients and their families, Rottman Plastic Surgery will be closing temporarily starting Friday, March 20, 2020.
We will be closed next week for all in-person consultations and appointments and will reassess each week thereafter. However, we will remain open for daily virtual consultations and all postoperative follow-up care that is needed.
If you were originally scheduled for a consultation and would like to do a virtual one with Dr. Rottman, please call 410-297-0831 to schedule the virtual consultation.
Our office will be contacting all patients who were currently scheduled to reschedule.
We are monitoring this situation on a daily basis. When we are given the green-light to renew business operations we will update you. We thank you for your patience during this interruption and hope to see when we re-open, happy and healthy.
Please contact us at 410-297-0831 if you have any questions and we will respond back as quickly as we can. Thank you again, and stay well.
Steven J Rottman, MD.