Many women are afflicted by this condition. Nursing mothers, middle-aged women and even younger females who have breasts that are disproportionate to their figure can have sagging breasts. Breasts succumb to gravity and this causes breast ptosis. This is a condition wherein they sag and fall forward. Many women choose to counteract breast ptosis with a breast lift.
What Is A Breast Lift?
A breast lift is otherwise called mastopexy. This procedure is a plastic surgery enhancement wherein the cosmetic surgeon raises sagging breasts. The goal is to change the size, contour and to make the breasts aesthetically proportionate to match the patient’s desired goal.
A lot of factors are considered for this procedure. To start, the NAC or nipple areola complex should be considered, as this ensures that there is proper sensitivity for both breastfeeding and lactation. The process requires cutting and removing excess tissues. This includes skin, fat glandular elements and overstretched suspensory ligaments. The nipple areola complex is moved higher up to give it a youthful look.
How A Breast Lift can Change Your Life
Many women dislike or feel embarrassed by sagging breasts. A breast lift is a great way to reverse the effects of gravity, and give you the breasts you desire.
Please note that this procedure should not be taken lightly. It is best to have an expert perform your surgery, as a less experienced doctor may not be able to achieve your desired look. The doctor you decided to choose should be a seasoned cosmetic surgery specialist who will perform the procedure safely and efficiently.
There is no reason you shouldn’t feel confident about your breasts. You can defy gravity with the help of an experienced breast lift expert. Dr. Brian Dorner is a licensed cosmetic surgeon who is an expert in treating breast ptosis. If you are in need of a breast lift, do not hesitate to contact Dorner Plastic Surgery for a consultation.» See before and after photos