32 Years Old Reduction/lift from a 34G to a 32 D. Lake Jackson, TX

I have had large breasts my entire life- 5'8 and...

I have had large breasts my entire life- 5'8 and 160lbs/athletic build and have always just felt out of per portion. Clothes not fitting correctly, me appearing larger than i know that I actually am, feeling like all that shows up in pictures was my breasts etc. Obviously my larger breasts caused back, neck and shoulder pain, but to be honest it was bearable and certainly not the driving force in my decision. For me, never having a major surgery before, I wanted to be sure. I went to see multiple doctors, and was very clearly brought to the understanding that my breasts were made of breast tissue much more so than fat, so no weight loss was really going to help my situation. After being brought to that realization, i decided to do something about it, and I scheduled my surgery. Will post pics when I get them. Have not received my before picture file yet.

updated pictures

Just added some photo's before/afters. I am elated with how they look and they are only getting better.
Texas Plastic Surgeon

I am a 32 year old business owner, and I do not take decisions this large lightly. However, after deciding to undergo this procedure, I wanted to ensure that I was only doing it once-and getting the absolute best result. I stumbled onto Dr. Horndeski using this site, and decided to see him as well as another plastic surgeon. Just the same as I am sure anyone else reading this, viewing his images, and wondering why his results are so much better than any other reduction out there- I had my doubts. I met with Dr. Horndeski and took some time to understand his method. He is an engineer by trade, and comes across that way. Much more of a math guy, than the marketing machine you expect to get with a plastic surgeon which explained a lot to me. Again, I saw his images and even after talking with him, I was still cautious. If this procedure is so different and great, why isn't everyone doing it?? Just so as it happens, my best friend is a nurse. In nursing school she did a lot of research on the first heart transplant and the difficulty in our society and modern day medicine for a new technique to be developed and accepted. We talked in depth about it, and she sees first hand how set in their ways doctors are, and how difficult change can be. Obviously in being a best friend she didn't want to push me too hard in one direction of the other, but she did give me the confidence I needed to no longer doubt. I asked Dr. Horndeski for a reference list and spoke to each one of the (5) that I asked for and was given. They were all over the moon happy and gave me the confidence that I needed. I am now 18 days post surgery. My results are amazing!! Rather than lower droopy reduced breasts, mine are high and perky. They sit just as he said they would, and look and are sized exactly how I wanted them and we discussed. I am still in the healing process, but my scaring looks like it is going to be just fine, and quite honestly I CANNOT WAIT until this summer to be in a bathing suit!! For the first time I can put one on and not have the weight of my breast tied so tightly in a knot on my neck that I can't wait to get out of the water and take it off. After it is all said and done, and I have the results on my very own chest to prove it, and many conversations with Dr. Horndeski, it makes sense. He is a math guy and an engineer, and has utilized those skills to develop a completely different method for breast reduction/lifts and not let the typical "hold ups" of doctors get in his way. I whole heartedly believe that in time, his method will prove to be the standard practice for reduction and lift surgery. Why would it not be? I have no vertical scar on my breasts and they sit higher than any other doctors reduction I have ever seen. I am very grateful for my choice and to him, as obviously a decision like this is life changing. With all of that said, I talked to him in detail on why others are not partaking in his method, and the answer was simple-this is not what they teach in school, and he is the only one that knows how to do it. In years to come when I am sure he will franchise out his technique (if he ever becomes the marketing guy) having him perform your surgery will likely be nearly impossible-or cost you 5 times as much. It is true, the results and pictures are real and that's why I sincerely wanted to take the time to write this in such detail-to help others that were in my situation make a clearer decision. Whatever you do, ask for references-and call. You will get the real deal on recovery, experience and results. Hope this helps!

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