A breast lift can help firm up breasts that have experienced sagging, drooping or extra skin over the course of time. This cosmetic surgical procedure offers impressive and long-lasting results.
A Breast Lift Can Lift Both Breasts and Spirits
At the center of your body, your breasts help to create your shape, your curves, your lines. So when the breasts start to droop and sag after childbirth, breastfeeding, aging or weight loss, your overall shape can feel like it is sagging as well. A breast lift, which is also known by its technical name of mastopexy, can lift both your breasts and your spirits, returning your curves to pre-pregnancy form.
A maxtopexy surgery offers impressive results when it comes to firming the breasts; during the procedure, a cosmetic surgeon will remove excess skin on and around the breasts and also tighten the breast tissue to recreate the firm and beautiful breast shape you desire. The best candidates for a breast lift have finished having kids and breastfeeding (you can technically breastfeed after a breast lift, but breastfeeding will stretch out the skin on and around your breasts) and are well-educated about the procedure and have realistic expectations for the breast lift surgery.
If you are interested in a boost for your breasts, you can schedule an appointment with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon who has a wealth of experience performing breast lifts and other cosmetic surgical procedures. During your consultation, you can gather more information on your options, including price, time, recovery, risks, benefits and more, and the surgeon can also recommend the best breast lift option for your body – there are three primary types of incisions made during the breast lift surgery, which will vary based on the extent of the surgery.
The surgery will be scheduled either in a hospital or surgical center and will take about two hours, depending on your specific procedure. Following a breast lift surgery, your number one goal is to carefully clean and care for the incisions to prevent any issues or infection. While you will experience some soreness and bruising for a few days, your cosmetic surgeon can prescribe pain medication and will also provide you with a supportive bra to help with healing and swelling reduction. Make sure you follow your surgeon’s pre- and post-op instructions with care. As a rule, you will probably be able to return to work and most of your regular daily activities in a week or so, although you will need to avoid intense activities for several weeks. The results of a breast lift are very impressive, noteworthy and long-lasting.
Many women choose to combine a breast lift with other procedures, with breast augmentation or breast implants in particular. You should talk to your cosmetic surgeon if you are interested in having multiple services at once, which can save you both some time and overall costs.
All in all, breast lift can lift your breasts, your spirits, your confidence.
If you are interested to learn more about breast lift surgery consult Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Craig Hobar for more detailed information.