Dr. Margaret Polaneczky practices at Weill Cornell Ob/Gyn. On KevinMd today, she has an article called: Dense Breasts on Mammogram? Don't Be Afraid.
I've had one of the callback letters with no explanation at all. It referred me to my primary doctor for info - and of course, being a primary doctor who hadn't been contacted, he had no info on the mammo.
After more films, I waited for an hour, still in my cape, holding up my heavy breasts with my arm.
A doctor came in, and without smiling, told me older breasts may have folds that obscure possible problems, so they may need more compression. Then she finally told me I was okay.
I am still wondering why there was no one for the tech to call about using more pressure-- she could see I was old, and therefore had older breasts.
Regardless of your age, this doctor may stress something about breasts that you haven't read before, and want to know.
I wish you health.