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Ariel Winter has been very open about her breast reduction surgery. Her example has empowered many who have received or are looking to have the procedure done. Consider a recent article for the Independent titled “Ariel Winter on revealing her breast reduction scars on the red carpet -‘They are part of me and I’m not ashamed of them.’

Patricia Murphy of the Independent writes, “The actress revealed that she did not let the scars determine her outfit and opted to wear a backless mermaid style Romona Keveža gown which put them on display. After the ceremony the star, who will turn 18 on Thursday, said she was ‘proud’ of the scar left behind by the surgery. ‘Guys there is a reason I didn’t make an effort to cover up my scars! They are part of me and I’m not ashamed of them at all,’ she said. The actress underwent breast reduction surgery last year which saw her bust reduce from 32F to a 32D and she admitted it was one of the best decisions she has made. ‘I got it for myself. I can’t even really put it into words about how amazing it feels to really feel right,’ she told Glamour after the surgery. ‘Every article that has to do with me on a red carpet had to do with ‘Ariel Winter’s Crazy Cleavage!’ or ‘Ariel Winter Shows Huge Boobs at an Event!’’ ‘That’s all people would recognize me by—not, ‘Oh, she does great work on Modern Family.’’”

MTV News also takes a look at Ariel Winter in a recent article titled “Ariel Winter Speaks Out About Her Breast Reduction Scars.” Stacey Grant of MTV News writes, “Ariel Winter looked absolutely stunning at the SAG Awards on Saturday (Jan. 30), but people on the internet were fixated on one aspect of her appearance: her scars. Back in 2015, the ‘Modern Family’ actress underwent breast reduction surgery, going from a size 32F to a 34D. ‘It was so painful,’ she said in an interview with Glamour. ‘I really couldn’t stand up straight for a long period of time. It started to hurt so bad that I couldn’t take the pain.’”

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With Dr. Moulton-Barrett, breast reduction is performed under general anesthesia. It takes about three to four hours and usually requires an overnight stay.

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