Breast Lift

The breast lift or mastopexy is a surgical procedure that repairs drooping breasts which, over the course of the years and due to pregnancy, rapid changes in weight or breastfeeding, have lost elasticity and firmness.
The procedure is normally carried out under general anaesthetic, although a local anaesthetic and sedatives may also be used when only a small incision is required. It may last between one and a half and three hours, and is not advised for those women who plan to become pregnant, although the surgery does not interfere with breastfeeding.
Recovery is gradual and patients can return to work after a week. During the first few days, a gentle support bra must be worn, and it is possible that a loss of sensitivity in the nipples and skin of the breasts may be felt. This usually disappears after around six weeks and the opposite rarely occurs.

Although the results are not permanent, they do last for some years, especially with small breasts.

 

When is the lift combined with a breast reduction?

When sagging is caused by excess weight of the breasts. If we practice a reduction, the breast, in addition of looking pretty, will get up right and in harmony with the rest of the body.




When is breast augmentation necessary?

It is necessary to combine with increased lift when the chest is flat and what we need is to lift the breasts and make them more spherical. To do this, the best solution is to place a breast implant.

In case I need a lift with augmentation, Would a breast be much bigger than the current one?

The final size of the prosthesis will decide it your surgeon based on what your breasts need to be turgid again. But if you want to increase the size bra you should discuss with your doctor and together, make the best decision.

 

 

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