You expected your body to change as you got older. You’re a woman. It’s only natural. You’ll tend to lose and gain weight over the years. Wrinkles and sagging skin are par for the course. You never thought about changes in your breasts. One day, you looked down at your chest and noticed that your breasts are low. You can try and stuff yourself into a bra, but your results will only be temporary. You’re bound to feel disappointed in yourself every time you take the bra off. When your breasts begin to droop, it can have a negative effect on your relationship with your partner as well. If you don’t feel good about yourself, it will be reflected in your intimate moments. Think about a breast lift to turn your situation around.
When to Consider a Breast Lift
A breast lift should not be confused with breast implants. Breast implants are used when you want to increase the size of your bust. If you don’t have an issue with the size of your bust and want your breasts to be at a youthful level once again, a breast lift could be right for you. As you get older, your skin tends to lose its elasticity. Having children, nursing and changes in weight can also stretch out your breasts. Gravity can make them hang down lower than they used to as well. If you are tired of breasts that are dragging you down, a breast lift can give your bust a comeback.
What Happens During a Breast Lift?
When you undergo a breast lift, excess skin is reduced. During this procedure, our plastic surgeon will reshape your breast tissue. If your nipples are too low, they can be raised as well. Once your procedure is over and you have fully recovered, you can enjoy breasts at a position that will remind you of your younger years. You may not be able to stop the years from flying by, but you can give your bust the help it needs with a breast lift.
Getting Started with a Breast Lift
When you visit the office of Wendell Perry, MD for a consultation, your breasts will be evaluated and you can find out if you are a good candidate for a breast lift. During this appointment at our office in Miramar, we encourage you to ask whatever questions or concerns you may have about the procedure. Dr. Perry proudly serves clients in the Miami, FL and surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more!