There’s no woman in the world that likes saggy breasts. But while some accept this as a natural process of life, others consider the ‘deflated’ look simply unacceptable. If you’re in the latter category, then you might want to consider getting a breast lift surgery.
About Breast Lift Surgery
This type of surgery is usually performed on patients who, although generally satisfied with the size of their breasts, are unhappy about the deteriorating droopy shape, which is also known as ptosis. Breast lift surgery essentially helps to restore the shape and position of the breasts so that they’re higher and firmer while placing the nipples at the center of the chest wall as well. You can also add breast augmentation to your breast lift surgery if more volume and cleavage is what you’re after. However, breast lift surgery is usually done without implants and works really well for patients with droopy breasts.
Is Breast Lift Surgery the Right Choice for You?
Breast lift surgery is a great choice for women who are happy with the size and proportions of their breasts but have the desire to give them a bit of a lift so that they sit better on the torso.
Here are the most common reasons that cause women to turn to breast lift surgery:
What is Breast Ptosis?
Almost all women will experience saggy breasts at some point in their lives, especially due to pregnancy and breastfeeding, but it can also be a sign of aging. So, women that undergo breast lift surgery essentially just want to have a firm and full cleavage again.
What Causes Breasts to Droop and Sagging Nipples?
The gradual breasts droop is also referred to as breast ptosis, a term which denotes a loss of elasticity and firmness around the breasts and nipples. Breasts that hang low with the nipples facing south, while losing soft tissue on the top part of the breast (also known as ‘upper pole fullness’) can all contribute to a woman’s decision to get breast lift surgery.
Breast Lift Vs. Breast Lift with Implants?
A breast lift is a great option for women who want to have the same breast appearance and texture as they did before weight loss, breastfeeding, menopause or post-pregnancy. However, if you want to improve the size and volume of your breasts in addition to reducing breast sagging, then you might want to consider a breast lift with breast augmentation procedure. For those with larger breasts than they’d like, a Mammoplasty and breast lift procedure is the ideal choice, because it reduces the size of your breasts while re-positioning the breast contours and nipples to prevent the skin on your breasts from sagging after the procedure.