A breast lift is a popular enhancement that can surgically reposition the breasts to sit higher on the chest, resulting in a more youthful appearance. Several different techniques can be used depending on your concerns and aesthetic goals. Find out how you can benefit from a breast lift procedure!
There are several factors that can affect the shape and contour of a woman’s breasts. Whether it’s after a dramatic weight loss or pregnancy and breastfeeding, a woman’s once perfectly round, symmetrical breasts can develop unwanted changes. A breast lift can restore your breasts to improve their shape and contour. Often, liposuction is also used in the area to remove surrounding stubborn fat cells and improve overall balance.
Over time, the effects of gravity can begin to show in many areas of your body, including your breasts. This is especially true for those with large breasts, natural or augmented. Sagging can also be a result of weight loss, pregnancy, or genetic factors. A breast lift can restore the natural position of your breasts, lifting them to a more youthful and perky position. One way to determine if your sagging is severe enough for a breast lift is to look at the nipple position. If your nipples are pointing downward or falling below your natural breast crease, you might be a candidate for a lift.
Optimize Another Breast Enhancement
A breast lift can improve the position of your breasts, but it won’t significantly change your breast size. If you are unhappy with your breast size, you may consider combining another procedure. To restore volume, an augmentation and lift can help you achieve optimal results. If you’re bothered by overly large breasts, you might consider a reduction and lift to remove excess skin and tissue. Your plastic surgeon can help you decide which technique will give you the results you’re looking for.
To learn more about how you can benefit from a breast lift or other breast enhancement, contact our office today! We can provide you with more information or schedule your consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Perry.