A woman with overly large breasts has discomfort few can appreciate if they don't share the problem.
If you have this problem, you know that overly large breasts can do more than limit your wardrobe choices or affect your self-image. The condition can result in physical pain and discomfort. Breast reduction, leading to breasts of more proportionate size, can give you the ability to have a more comfortable and more active life.
If you are considering breast reduction, turn to a trusted and skilled surgeon.
MD, FACS, a Board-Certified and fellowship-trained plastic surgeon,
with more than 30 years of experience in plastic and reconstructive surgery, is dedicated to
beautiful results and
highest quality of care for Fort Myers patients.
For before-and-after photos of Dr. Brueck's breast reduction surgery, click this link or this link. (If you are offended by photographs of nudity or are under 18 years old, please do not visit this page. )
In the video below, Dr. Brueck appears on American Health Journal to discuss breast reduction and the possibility that it may be covered by health insurance."
Breast reduction is a highly personal choice, one you should make only to fulfill your specific personal goals. It can be performed on a single breast or on both breasts. It may be considered a reconstructive procedure qualifying for coverage under health insurance when it is done to relieve medical symptoms. Pre-certification usually is required for coverage and reimbursement.
Breast reduction is best performed on breasts that are fully developed prior to surgery. Due to the removal of significant quantity of breast tissue, the ability to breast feed may be impaired. In addition, weight fluctuations and breast changes during pregnancy can affect the results of prior breast reduction procedures.
If you are considering breast reduction, the best place to start is with a consultation with a plastic surgeon who can discuss your specific, personal goals and evaluate your individual case. Consultations with Dr. Brueck take place in his office at 3700 Central Avenue, Fort Myers, a world-class facility for plastic, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, incorporating the most advanced technologies and treatment therapies for the very best in surgical and non-surgical patient results.
Think you can't afford breast reduction? Before you decide, use the link below to find out how much financing you qualify for through CareCredit.
There is no reason to postpone restoring your youthful, more confident look because you don't have cash today.
The video below features professional models and is not surgery by Dr. Brueck.
Dr. Brueck has more than 30 years of experience in plastic, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He was named one of the top plastic surgeons in Southwest Florida (Northport to Marco Island) for five consecutive years* by Gulfshore Life magazine. Click here for more information about my medical and surgical training.
Dr. Brueck and his staff are dedicated to providing patients with
the finest in cosmetic and plastic surgery in a responsive and
In the video below, Dr. Brueck talks about a different breast reduction, known as gynecomastia, during which a man's large breasts are reduced.
While breast reduction is a primary cosmetic surgery procedure offered by Dr. Brueck, he also provides additional plastic and reconstructive services to patients throughout the Fort Myers, Naples and Marco Island area of Southwest Florida.
Dr. Brueck also performs liposuction, breast augmentation, face lift, forehead lift and eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty). Non-surgical procedures include laser hair removal, Lipodissolve, laser resurfacing, Obagi, Botox and Restylane.
For your free, personal and confidential consultation, contact Dr. Brueck by phone at 239-939-5233, through email or, if you prefer to contact a woman, through his Aesthetic Coordinator, Judy.