Will I Need a Breast Lift After Weight Loss?

3 Min Read If you are like many women out there, you have a couple of pounds, if not more, that you would not mind losing. These pounds may be the result of the holiday season, or they may have accumulated over a period of time. With a new year and new decade upon us, …

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How Will a Breast Lift Improve Breasts After Pregnancy?

While breast ptosis (sagging) can occur for many reasons, including the natural aging process and weight loss, one of the most common reasons for this are the consequences of pregnancy and breastfeeding.   Pregnancy significantly affects many areas of your body with the substantial weight gain and the subsequent weight loss often having permanent effects …

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Will A Breast Lift Reduce My Breast Size?

There are many misconceptions about the relationship between a breast lift and a change in breast size. Even though some skin will be removed, a breast lift is not a breast reduction nor is it intended to be one. A breast lift changes the shape and positioning of the breast tissue relative to the chest …

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Levels of Breast Ptosis: How Do I Determine the Best Lift for Me?

Aging, weight fluctuations, pregnancy, breastfeeding, genetics, and smoking all contribute to breast ptosis. Unfortunately, while it may be possible to lose excess fat in the breasts, there is no way to tighten excess, sagging skin and tissue without surgery. A breast lift (mastopexy) removes the excess skin, tightens the underlying breast tissue, and repositions the …

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Top 3 Factors Leading to Women Seeking Breast Lift Surgery

Breast lift surgery (mastopexy) is one of the most highly performed plastic surgical procedures year after year. While the exact motivation for pursuing this breast enhancement treatment is unique to every individual, the commonality for all are droopy, aesthetically challenged breasts. The three most common factors causing breast drooping and motivating women to undergo a …

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How to Correct Asymmetrical Breasts

The vast majority of women experience at least some amount of breast asymmetry. For most, however, they either do not “notice” this or it is not an issue of any significant concern. In consultation for breast surgery, many women are actually surprised at the asymmetries that I will identify in 30 seconds that they had …

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Why You Shouldn’t Get a Benelli Lift

For women who have chosen to undergo a breast lift (also known as a mastopexy), there are several incision options available. While all of these choices are designed to elevate and tighten sagging breasts, they each go about the process in specific ways and, therefore, provide different final outcomes. Some results, however, are worse than …

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Breast Lift After Weight Loss

Aging is a well-known cause of breast drooping (ptosis) and is one of the most common reasons women pursue breast lift surgery. Other common causes of saggy breasts include pregnancy, breastfeeding, gravity, poor support, hormonal factors, health, and weight fluctuations. Significant weight loss, in particular, can have an especially potent effect on the breasts as …

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Do I Need a Breast Lift, Breast Augmentation or Both?

Many women whose breasts have changed as a result of pregnancy, aging, weight fluctuations or other factors wonder if a breast lift, a breast augmentation or a combination of both would be best for restoring a more youthful look and feel. While the answer to this question will be unique to each individual, a good …

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What’s the Difference Between a Breast Reduction and a Breast Lift?

The very close similarities of breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty) and breast lift surgery (mastopexy) can create confusion for those women contemplating certain types of breast procedures. In fact, sometimes the only distinction between them is based on arbitrary values of the quantity of breast tissue that is removed. Despite the shared similarities, these two procedures …

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Would a Breast Lift Even Help Me?

Has gravity gotten the best of your breasts, causing them to head south? Do you wonder whether or not a breast lift can possibly make your breasts perkier and more attractive again? Breast lift surgery can help women with mild, moderate, or even severe breast sagging by tightening, recontouring, and lifting the tissues in order …

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Boost Your Breasts After Childbirth and Breastfeeding

While most women are prepared for their abdomens to enlarge significantly during their pregnancy, many are surprised by the extent of change in their bra size. Pregnancy and breastfeeding can substantially change the appearance of the breasts, often permanently. If your breasts have become deflated, saggy, or misshapen after pregnancy and nursing, cosmetic procedures such …

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What Is Breast Augmentation-Mastopexy (BAM)?

A breast augmentation-mastopexy (BAM) is a combination procedure designed not only to increase the volume of droopy breasts but also to rejuvenate them by enhancing their shape and lifting them to higher, more natural position on the chest wall. Also referred to as breast augmentation with a lift, breast lift with implants or a mastopexy …

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Make Your Saggy, Deflated Breasts Firm and Shapely Again

A woman’s breasts help define and characterize her femininity. The breasts are an essential part of the soft curves of a woman’s body, and their firmness and shapeliness contribute to her perceived attractiveness. If your breasts are negatively affecting your body image because they have become saggy and deflated, breast surgery can restore the appearance …

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Breast Surgery Can Help You Look More Youthful

Time and the related aging are the enemies of beauty, taking their unavoidable toll on the body such as with wrinkles and loose, saggy skin. The body of an older woman is quite different from her formerly youthful self. One of the most prominently affected areas are the breasts, which may become saggy and deflated …

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Breast Surgery Can Restore Breast Symmetry

It would be ideal if a woman’s breasts were completely symmetrical in size, shape, and overall appearance but in reality, most have varying degrees of breast asymmetry. Breast augmentation, breast reduction, and/or breast lift surgery can be designed to reduce some of the breast asymmetry and give one’s body a more desirable appearance. Characteristics and …

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Will a Breast Lift Make My Breasts Smaller?

If you are considering breast lift surgery (mastopexy) because of sagging, you should expect that your breasts will look better after the procedure. However, you may be surprised to learn that they will look and actually be smaller. Should you then also consider undergoing a breast augmentation along with your breast lift? Why Does Breast Lift …

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Breast Augmentation Can Restore Breast Volume After Breastfeeding

Experts have widely hailed breastfeeding as the best way to offer your baby essential healthy nutrients and emotional closeness. Lately, breastfeeding advocates have gone far and wide campaigning for women to be able to breastfeed in public places. While breastfeeding has gained an even more positive reputation in recent years, its aftermath may not be …

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Winter Is the Perfect Time for Plastic Surgery

  If you’re considering plastic surgery, perhaps you’ve wondered what time of the year is best to undergo a procedure. The answer, of course, may just be what best works for you depending on your particular situation. For many people, though, the winter months may provide the best opportunity to undergo surgery – and for …

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Should I Combine a Lift With My Breast Augmentation?

Breast ptosis, the medical term for sagging of the breasts, is essentially an inevitability in women with breasts of any substantial size. It is particularly common in older women, those that have been pregnant, as a consequence of breastfeeding and in those who have had large weight fluctuations. Other influencing factors include gravity, health conditions, …

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