Breast Lift

Breast lift
Over time and age, the bust tends to lose its firmness and sagging is very apparent. To counter sagging, breast lift is a surgical procedure used to bring back the youthful roundness of the bust.
Mastopexy, or breast lift, is done by removing additional skin and tightening the tissues to give a firm appearance. After this procedure was introduced, it became far more popular as the go-to surgery for improving the appearance of the bust, as opposed to the use of breast implants.
Mastopexy involves making other corrections to the bust as well, such as – regulating the size of the areolas (the dark part at the centre of the breast). This surgery is particularly suited to women who have had dramatic weight loss or weight gain. It also corrects any issues within the breasts such as asymmetry, sagging due to breastfeeding, or pregnancy. Hormonal fluctuations within the body often affect the weight and appearance of the bust. These can also be corrected by breast lift.
Breast lift does not alter the size of the breast itself, but gives it a lift that aids in a better look and posture. Therefore, breast lift can be combined with breast augmentation or breast reduction surgeries to get the desired outcome.
The most suitable breast surgery can be chosen based on:
• Size and shape of the breasts
• Size and shape of areolas
• Sagging in skin around the bust
• Elasticity of the skin
The procedure of the surgery begins with the use of anaesthesia. The surgeon makes the choice to use regional or general anaesthesia. The incision is chosen based on the purpose of the surgery. The incision is done around the areola, and then vertically down to the breast crease, or horizontally to the breast crease. This affords the surgeon space to shape the breast mound by lifting the breast tissue. The breast is contoured and the position of the areola is changed if it needs any correction. The height of the nipple is arranged according to the proportion and size of breast, thus maintaining the “perkiness” of the breast. This gives a youthful aspect to the breasts. During this procedure, the size of the areola is reduced if necessary, and excess breast skin is trimmed off. This tightens the bosom and gives a trim appearance to the overall bust. The newly contoured breasts have better elasticity and a more youthful look.
Sutures are put in to strBreast lift
Over time and age, the bust tends to lose its firmness and sagging is very apparent. To counter sagging, breast lift is a surgical procedure used to bring back the youthful roundness of the bust.
Mastopexy, or breast lift, is done by removing additional skin and tightening the tissues to give a firm appearance. After this procedure was introduced, it became far more popular as the go-to surgery for improving the appearance of the bust, as opposed to the use of breast implants.
Mastopexy involves making other corrections to the bust as well, such as – regulating the size of the areolas (the dark part at the centre of the breast). This surgery is particularly suited to women who have had dramatic weight loss or weight gain. It also corrects any issues within the breasts such as asymmetry, sagging due to breastfeeding, or pregnancy. Hormonal fluctuations within the body often affect the weight and appearance of the bust. These can also be corrected by breast lift.
Breast lift does not alter the size of the breast itself, but gives it a lift that aids in a better look and posture. Therefore, breast lift can be combined with breast augmentation or breast reduction surgeries to get the desired outcome.
The most suitable breast surgery can be chosen based on:
• Size and shape of the breasts
• Size and shape of areolas
• Sagging in skin around the bust
• Elasticity of the skin
The procedure of the surgery begins with the use of anaesthesia. The surgeon makes the choice to use regional or general anaesthesia. The incision is chosen based on the purpose of the surgery. The incision is done around the areola, and then vertically down to the breast crease, or horizontally to the breast crease. This affords the surgeon space to shape the breast mound by lifting the breast tissue. The breast is contoured and the position of the areola is changed if it needs any correction. The height of the nipple is arranged according to the proportion and size of breast, thus maintaining the “perkiness” of the breast. This gives a youthful aspect to the breasts. During this procedure, the size of the areola is reduced if necessary, and excess breast skin is trimmed off. This tightens the bosom and gives a trim appearance to the overall bust. The newly contoured breasts have better elasticity and a more youthful look.
Sutures are put in to strengthen the supportive tissue in the breast. The incisions are closed and hidden between the layers of breast tissue. But some other incision lines from the cuts parallel and perpendicular to the breast crease are seen on the surface of the breast. These take time to combine with the skin of the breast. Most women prefer to have little or no scarring, so it would be best for them to go with the advice offered by the plastic surgeon as far as the length and shape of the incision goes. These recommendations are made after taking into account the body’s natural lines and contours. Stitches and surgical tape hold the tissue in place until the skin’s natural elasticity kicks in and heals the incisions.
engthen the supportive tissue in the breast. The incisions are closed and hidden between the layers of breast tissue. But some other incision lines from the cuts parallel and perpendicular to the breast crease are seen on the surface of the breast. These take time to combine with the skin of the breast. Most women prefer to have little or no scarring, so it would be best for them to go with the advice offered by the plastic surgeon as far as the length and shape of the incision goes. These recommendations are made after taking into account the body’s natural lines and contours. Stitches and surgical tape hold the tissue in place until the skin’s natural elasticity kicks in and heals the incisions.