Signs You’re a Candidate For A Breast Lift
A breast lift is a cosmetic procedure that involves lifting sagging, drooping breast tissue to give you perkier breasts. It is a popular procedure for women who have had pregnancies or have breastfed, and among women who have lost large amounts of weight. These lift experiences can cause your breasts to gain volume and then lose it rapidly, which leaves the breast tissue less tight and toned than it used to be.
Breast Lift Vs. Breast Augmentation: Which Should I Get?
Breast lifts and breast augmentation surgeries provide two different results for patients with two different problems. Your surgeon will help you select the procedure that is best for you and will most appropriately fit your needs, but here are few things you should know going into the consultation that will help you make an informed decision.
Do I Need a Breast Lift with My Augmentation?
Perhaps you’ve had children and would like to restore your chest to its youthful perkiness. Or, maybe you’ve lost a significant amount of weight and your breasts have lost volume. Women who are unhappy with the size and volume of their breasts often opt for breast augmentation surgery, but many also find that pairing an augmentation with a breast lift (mastopexy) will give them the results they are looking for.
Breast Lift Risks and Recovery
One of the biggest factors that helps a potential patient decide whether or not to undergo a procedure is the recovery time. Another are the risks involved. This week, were talking about breast lifts.
Is A Breast Lift Right For Me?
When considering procedures that are available to improve the appearance of the bust, many people think that their only option is a breast augmentation. This is not necessarily true- some potential patients may be better suited for a breast lift, also known as a mastopexy.