Breast Augmentation With Lift
Many women seek to improve their appearance over time, especially as age starts to take a toll. Some women are particularly concerned with their breasts, which may deflate and sag over time—particularly after weight loss or pregnancy.
Some women choose to get breast implants to address these concerns, while others choose breast lifts. Both of these breast enhancement procedures are highly effective; however, they address different concerns.
Breast augmentation helps women who want to increase their breast size or fullness. This surgery, also known as breast enlargement, uses breast implants to create fuller, larger breasts. Breast lift surgery raises, reshapes, and firms the breasts by tightening the tissues and removing excess skin. A breast lift rejuvenates your figure by creating a more youthful and uplifted breast profile.
For women who seek significant cosmetic improvement, combining these procedures is often recommended. This combination surgery is highly effective and provides the best results.
What Do You Desire From Your Breast Enhancement?
Breasts sag and lose tightness with age, weight loss, and pregnancy. A breast lift can provide a compact, perkier breast that sits higher on the chest. Adding an implant will counteract volume loss that can sometimes become evident after a breast lift alone.
Breast implants provide a larger and more shapely breast contour. When combined with a breast lift, breast augmentation can create full, lifted breasts with a youthful contour. Breast sagging can occur if a breast augmentation is done without a lift procedure.
Many women find that their breasts deflate and sag after pregnancy and nursing due to the fluctuating size and trauma of the childbearing process. By combining breast augmentation with a breast lift, patients may return their breasts to a pre-pregnancy state.
Before & After Photos
24 Aug 2016