If your breasts have sagged down in young age making you look aged than you are, don’t worry, you can make them look young again with breast lift surgery. Here is some information about breast lift that will help you make a correct decision.
What is a Breast Lift?
A breast lift is a surgical procedure that rectifies sagging breasts to give them a firmer, lifted and beautiful shape. It will not only improve your appearance by restoring your feminine proportions but also offer you the joy of wearing bras and swimsuits more comfortably and attractively.
A breast lift is achieved by reshaping the breast tissue, removing surplus, stretched out skin and elevating the nipples and areola to a more frontward position. This makes your breast contour more youthful.
A breast lift can also reduce large, stretched areola and thereby can create a more natural looking, better proportioned breast.
Why Should You Choose a Breast Lift Surgery?
After Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
Pregnancy and breastfeeding can leave breasts sagged and stretched. With a surgery with or without implants, breasts can again be made aesthetically pleasing again.
After Significant Weight Loss
Often losing weight significantly leads to loss of breast volume. In this case, a breast lift removes surplus skin and helps restore a more proportional shape of breasts.
To Rectify Naturally Sagging Breasts
A small but growing population that opt for a breast lift consists of teens that have drooping breasts naturally. This can be corrected with Dr Naveen Somia’s breast surgery, for example.
Types of Breast Lifts
A variety of incision techniques are used by cosmetic surgeons for breast lift surgery; which of these techniques to use depends on the existing breast tissue of the patient, the surplus skin to be removed and patient’s personal objectives.
Your cosmetic surgeon will explain you the different types and will recommend you the one that can give you optimal results with minimum visible scarring possible.
Crescent lift is aimed at minimal scarring to rectify minimal sagging. It is used for women with just a small amount of sagging. It involves a small incision given halfway around the top half of the border of the areola.
Typically, a crescent lift is done only when a patient also undergoes breast augmentation. But even in such cases it is used less often.
Peri-Areolar or “Donut” Lift
Good candidates for this surgery are women who are undergoing mild sagging, yet can benefit from a breast lift. The surgery involves a circular incision given around the border of the areola.
This surgery too is usually conducted in combination with breast augmentation. This type of lift can also effectively help decrease areola size. The scar thus caused traces the border of the areola.
Vertical or “Lollipop” Lift
This is a commonly used breast lift since it enables a cosmetic surgeon to eliminate surplus skin and reshape the whole breast with easily concealed scars.
This lift involves 2 incisions – one around the border of the areola and the other given vertically from the base of the areola up to the inframammary fold, thereby forming a shape of a lollipop.
Inverted T or “Anchor” Lift
If a woman has significant sagging, i.e. pendulous breasts, a cosmetic surgeon chooses to perform an anchor lift which enables the surgeon to take out a considerable amount of sagging tissues and excess skin, possibly yielding the best outcomes.
This lift involves 3 incisions – first around the border of the areola, second vertically from the base of the areola up to the breast crease and third along the inframammary fold concealed in the breast crease.
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