Lone Star Plastic Surgery: Dr. Sean Hill
5550 Warren Parkway, Suite 210
Frisco, TX 75034
Phone: (214) 937-4879
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
While many women wish their breasts were larger, there’s a point where breast size can be a burden instead of an asset. The size and weight of overly large breasts can create back and neck pain, shoulder pain, and uncomfortable rashes. It can be embarrassing when your breasts are your most noticeable feature. If your breasts are keeping you from feeling comfortable and confident, Dr. Sean Hill is a board-certified plastic surgeon who truly cares. He has extensive training and experience in breast reduction surgery to provide his patients in Frisco, TX, beautiful results and a renewed quality of life. Dr. Hill’s cosmetic breast surgery expertise is one reason women considering breast lift surgery travel from Plano and throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to Lone Star Plastic Surgery for their procedures.
Am I a candidate for breast reduction surgery?
Breast reduction candidates are healthy women who are interested in one or more of the following improvements:
- Decreasing breast size and weight
- Reshaping the breasts and nipples
- Balancing body proportions
- Alleviating self-consciousness
- Fitting into a variety of clothing styles
- Participating comfortably in physical activities
At your private consultation, Dr. Hill will create a surgical plan that personalizes the procedure to your unique anatomy and cosmetic goals to provide the improvements that matter most to you. This procedure may be performed as part of a mommy makeover if you want to improve multiple areas with a single surgery and recovery period.
DR. SEAN HILL
Dr. Hill is a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in plastic surgery of the face, breasts, and body using proven, modern techniques. His approachable, lighthearted personality fosters positive, open communication with patients.
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What happens during breast reduction surgery?
Dr. Hill usually performs breast reduction surgery as an outpatient procedure using a general anesthetic. The surgical technique depends on the size of your breasts and the amount of stretched breast skin. After making incisions around the nipples and down the underside of the breasts, Dr. Hill removes excess breast tissue and fat, raises and reshapes the nipples and areolae, tightens the breast skin, and then closes the incisions with sutures and surgical tape. He may use liposuction to reduce bothersome armpit fat.
What is breast reduction recovery like?
Initially expect your breasts to be sore, swollen, and possibly bruised. You will need to wear a surgical support bra at all times (except for when showering) for approximately 3 to 4 weeks to minimize swelling and help your breasts heal in the desired shape. Most patients can return to non-strenuous jobs, school, and everyday activities within 1 to 2 weeks, gradually working up to strenuous exercise and high-impact activities after about a month.
The resulting scars are usually thin and fade from pink to white over the following months to 1 year.
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What does breast reduction cost?
At our Frisco, Texas, practice the price for breast reduction surgery depends on a variety of individual factors, including the extent of the procedure, the anesthesia used, and other considerations. Once Dr. Hill performs a physical exam, understands your goals, and creates your personalized surgical plan, you will be provided with a written quote to take home and consider without pressure. In some cases, the cost of breast reduction may be partly or completely covered by health insurance if your primary care physician says it’s a medically necessary procedure. Check with your insurance provider before scheduling the surgery.
Are you ready to rejuvenate your breasts?
To find out how Dr. Hill can help you have the beautiful breasts you want, request a consultation using our online form or call our office at (214) 937-4879 to schedule an appointment. He is a published author and has presented at national meetings on current trends in breast enhancement surgery.Back to Top