Breast
Lift
Sagging, shapeless breasts can make you feel less attractive and unconfident. Over time, a woman’s breasts can lose skin elasticity, shape, and their perky position due to changes associated with aging, gravity, exposure to cigarette smoke, and weight fluctuations. Breast lift surgery, or mastopexy, can restore the natural shape and position of your breasts to help you look and feel more beautiful and youthful.
Achieved With
Breast Lift Surgery
Shapelier,
Firmer Breasts
Breasts that were firm and round in your early 20s may now be pendulous, shapeless, and flabby. Breast lift surgery can restore your breasts by improving their shape and feel.
Better,
Breast Position
If you’ve successfully achieved major weight loss or suffered the downsides of gravity and aging, chances are your breasts are situated a little lower than they used to be. Some women’s breasts droop so far that they appear to rest more on the waist than on the chest. While a good bra can help, surgery is sometimes necessary. Breast lift surgery lifts the breast tissues and removes sagging skin to move the breasts to a more attractive position.
A More Youthful
Appearance
Young adult women usually have perky, round breasts. Older women’s breasts have often been adversely affected by the passage of time, gravity, fluctuations in weight, and perhaps cigarette smoke. If your breasts have begun to reflect the image of a woman who is older than you are or feel, breast lift surgery can help you regain your youthful image.
Greater
Self-Confidence
Sagging breasts may reduce your self-confidence. After breast lift surgery, your breasts will appear perky and attractive, and your new image may greatly boost your self-image and self-confidence.
Breast Lift
Procedure
Breast lift surgery reshapes and lifts the breasts by removing excess, sagging skin and reorganizing the breast tissues. The surgical techniques are highly personalized and are determined by your current breast size and shape, the size and position of your areolas, and your desired results. Most commonly, an incision is made around the areola and may also extend from the areola to the breast crease. Women in need of more extensive surgical correction may also require a horizontal incision along the breast crease. Excess skin and tissue are removed, and the underlying breast tissue is lifted and reshaped to improve its contour. The areolas are repositioned higher on the breasts and may be resized if they have become enlarged. Once the breasts have been reshaped and repositioned, absorbable sutures will be used to close the incisions, and your surgery will be complete.
Breast Lift
Before & After Photos
Breast Lift Patient 1 Before & After
Breast Lift Patient 2 Before & After
Frequently Asked
Questions
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