Dr. Iteld and his staff were very professional and caring. I am beyond satisfied with my results and I would go back to Dr. Iteld for any future surgical needs.
I had a wonderful experience. I was nervous and they reassured me everything would be alright. I had numerous questions and none was left unanswered.
Always an excellent experience at Dr. Iteld’s office! He and his staff were extremely helpful and supportive in the process of my breast reduction surgery and made the process as easy as possible. The surgery was (of course) a total success, and I feel like a new person. Afterwards, the staff was very flexible when it came to scheduling check-in appointments around my new job, which I truly appreciated. I’m so grateful to Dr. Iteld and his team for all of their help and dedication to such a big change in my life, and I’ll keep them in mind for any future procedures I contemplate.
Overly large breasts can cause some women to have a multitude of challenges.
The weight of excess breast tissue can impair your ability to lead an active life. The emotional discomfort and self-consciousness often associated with having large breasts is as important an issue to many women as the physical discomfort and pain.
Breast reduction surgery is a highly individualized procedure. Before deciding on breast reduction, it’s important that you discuss with us the overall look you’re trying to achieve. Our aim is to give you natural-looking results that are in proportion to your body. Since weight changes can affect your result, it’s important that you’re at a stable weight before having the procedure.
Note: In some cases, breast reduction surgery may be covered by health insurance. Our patient coordinators will work with you prior to and after your consultations regarding financial planning, including contacting your insurance company to determine if your procedure is covered.
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*Results will vary from patient to patient. No guarantees about an individual’s result can or should be made based on information provided here.RealSelf Q&A with Lawrence Iteld, MD