Changes in diet, weight fluctuations, pregnancy and age can all affect the placement of breasts, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with a sagging figure. Here are four ways a breast lift can re-boost your assets.
1. Restores a Youthful Figure
Many women who undergo breast lift surgery are pleased to find that they can once again enjoy the perkier silhouette they had when they were younger. A breast lift can bring the position of the breasts up to a higher placement on the torso and heighten the bust line, reshaping breast tissue to give a rounder, more youthful appearance.
2. Improves Texture and Firmness
Another benefit of a breast lift is the ability to add firmness and improve texture of the breasts. A breast lift is not only about lifting the breasts up, but also about reshaping tissue into natural-looking contours. The newly shaped and tightened breasts can have a smoother texture and added firmness as a result.
3. Can Adjust Areola and Nipple
Many women who experience sagging develop stretched-out areolas as a result. Additionally, the nipple can sometimes drop below the natural crease under the breast or become off-center. In a breast lift, your surgeon can adjust the nipple position as needed, as well as resize the areola for a more proportionate look.
4. Can Be Combined with Implants for Added Volume
In addition to sagging, some women also experience a loss of breast volume as they age. For women who feel that their breasts have become deflated, or who simply would like a larger breast size, combining a breast lift with implants may be a one-fix solution. These two surgeries can be combined into a single procedure, preventing the added downtime typical of two surgeries.
Nicholas Vendemia, M.D. Plastic Surgeon New York
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