Breast Lift (3 hours)
Breasts can begin to sag due to a loss of elasticity after pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss, or simply age, among other factors. The sagging of the breast is called ptosis.
A breast lift, also known as mastopexy, aims to counteract ptosis by raising the breast and areola in order to give the breasts a perkier and more youthful shape and appearance. At the time of a breast lift, patients may also opt to have the size of their areolas reduced. This can help add proportion to the breast and body.
Other common complementary procedures include a breast augmentation, breast reduction, or a mommy makeover, which combines various procedures to give women their pre-baby body back.
WHO NEEDS TO DO BREAST LIFT?
Women seeking this surgery typically complain about a sagging and deflated appearance or that the nipple areola complex has descended to the lower pole of the breasts. This appearance is primarily due to a discrepancy between excess skin and loss of breast tissue volume. It can result from any number or combination of factors.
Some common reasons for performing a breast lift include:
• Aging Gravity
• Heredity Pregnancy
• Breast Feeding Weight Fluctuations