Whether your breasts have begun to sag because of the after-effects of motherhood or just the normal aging process, a breast lift can dramatically improve your life both physically and emotionally.
The rest of your body may look good overall, but sagging breasts can make any woman appear less attractive. A breast lift puts the breasts in better proportion with other features of the body, such as the buttocks, to give you a more youthful physical appearance.
Do you have a favorite shirt or bathing suit that doesn’t fit the way it once did? By restoring your breasts to a higher position, you will be able to wear certain types of clothing that were not possible before.
The appearance of pendulous breasts can make you feel embarrassed and self-conscious about yourself. A breast lift can restore confidence that was once lost and also give you a new outlook on life.
A breast lift instantly provides your breasts with a more attractive contour that will last for years to come. Although to keep these results as long as possible, you should maintain a healthy weight and be finished having children.
Ideal Candidates for a breast lift are women who have one or more of the following conditions:
Will anesthesia be used during the surgery?
All breast lift procedures are safely performed under general anesthesia.
How long is the recovery time with this type of procedure?
Most patients usually take about one week to recover from a breast lift, although more strenuous physical activities and exercises should be avoided for about one month.
Is a breast lift painful?
Like most surgical procedures, there is some discomfort associated with breast lift surgery. Prescribed medication can be taken to alleviate any pain that is present during the first few days of recovery.
Does a breast lift enlarge the breasts?
A breast lift is not intended to enlarge the breasts. However, a breast lift is frequently combined with a breast augmentation procedure for women who want to add volume to the breasts.
Is a breast lift covered by insurance?
In most cases, a breast lift is not covered by insurance. During your consultation, we will determine if insurance will cover your breast lift procedure.