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What Is the Ideal Age to Have a Breast Reduction?

It’s a common question that Morristown women who consult with Dr. Comizio have. If I want a breast reduction, at what age should I have it performed? The answer is, it all depends on you and your unique situation. Continue reading to learn why. There’s No Magic Age when It Comes to Having a Breast […]

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Tips to Minimize Scarring After Breast Reduction

There are a variety of reasons that New Jersey women seek out Dr. Comizio for breast reduction surgery. Some women don’t like the attention that comes with having large, natural breasts. Others suffer from neck, back or shoulder pain or other medical ailments due to the large size of their breasts. Still, others find that […]

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How Do Chemotherapy and Radiation Impact My Breast Reconstruction?

If you’re undergoing treatment for breast cancer, we understand that you likely want your life to get back to normal as soon as possible. One small way to make that happen for mastectomy patients is to have breast reconstruction. But if you’re still undergoing chemotherapy and radiation as part of your cancer treatment plan, is […]

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How Can Breast Reduction Improve Problems Associated with Large Breasts?

Every year, Dr. Comizio meets with New Jersey women who want a breast reduction because of the medical complications their large natural breasts cause. It’s proof that bigger isn’t always better. These women trust Dr. Comizio because of her Ivy League education, her years of experience performing breast reductions, and her impeccable bedside manner and […]

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Breast Reconstruction Recovery Steps

Morristown plastic surgeon, Dr. Comizio, understands that breast reconstruction patients have a lot of questions about their recovery from surgery, especially those who are having an immediate breast reconstruction and are simultaneously receiving chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments for their breast cancer. After all, your body has been through enough. Now you have to recover from […]

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5 Myths and Misconceptions About Breast Reconstruction

Many New Jersey women considering breast reconstruction after a mastectomy never thought about having plastic surgery before. So it’s understandable that when told that a mastectomy or bilateral mastectomy is their best treatment option, many breast cancer patients have misconceptions about what breast reconstruction entails. Always desiring to be more than just a plastic surgeon, […]

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What Are My Options for Delayed Breast Reconstruction?

According to a report by John Hopkins University, more than 70% of breast cancer survivors who choose not to have a breast reconstruction at the time of their mastectomy don’t realize they have the opportunity to reconstruct their breast or breasts at a later date and time. Every year, Dr. Comizio helps New Jersey women […]

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Types of Breast Reduction Techniques

You’ve heard that breast reduction surgery can help relieve the pain you feel from your large, droopy breasts, especially in your back, neck, and shoulders, not to mention the pain of bra strap indentation marks on your shoulders. But, have you ever wondered how plastic surgeons like Dr. Comizio conduct this procedure? If you’re curious […]

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Preparing for Breast Reduction Surgery

If you’re a New Jersey woman who has decided to have breast reduction surgery, you are probably feeling some mixed emotions. On the one hand, you’re likely relieved that the pain and discomfort associated with large breasts will soon be coming to an end and that before you know it, you will have breasts that […]

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How Can a Breast Reduction Improve the Shape and Contour of My Breasts?

The vast majority of New Jersey women are born with some degree of asymmetrical or misshapen breasts. Some of these women also have naturally large breasts that they simply don’t want, either due to the back, neck and shoulder pain they cause, or the unwanted attention they bring. Many of these women with large natural […]

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