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Breast reduction

A breast lift is a surgical operation designed to lift the breasts to revive a fuller and more youthful look.

Breast reduction

A breast reduction, or a reduction mammoplasty, will reduce a significant amount of volume and alleviate excess weight in the breast area. It does this, by removing excess skin, fat and tissue to scale back the size of the breasts. This procedure is helpful for women who are seeking to reduce the size of their breasts because of health issues or personal preference. Often once the breast reduction procedure is performed, women experience a much more lifted appearance. Some patients choose to have their areolas reduced or in some cases have their excess tissue sent off to be screened for cancer.

Breast lift

A breast raise, also known as a mastopexy, is most beneficial for women who have sagging breasts. This type of procedure reshapes and supports the breast tissue to achieve a more youthful figureIt additionally helps restore the form and volume that will are lost thanks to age, weight loss or breastfeeding. Because a breast lift repositions the placement of the breasts, they can appear smaller. However, the only excess skin is removed, not the actual breast tissue. Often with breast lifts, the nipple and areolas are repositioned and reduced in size to make a more natural look.

Most women who opt for a breast lift struggle with the below issues due to their breast position:

  • Insecurity due to sagging breasts
  • Flat or drooping-shaped breasts
  • Downward pointed nipples or nipples that fall below the breast crease
  • Stretched out skin due to weight fluctuation, aging and breastfeeding
  • Breast unevenness


  • Breast Augmentation
  • Tummy Tuck
  • Liposuction

A breast lift, also called as mastopexy, raises the breasts by removing excess skin and adjusting the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new breast contour. Sometimes the areola becomes enlarged over time, and breast lift will reduce this as well.

A breast lift can rejuvenate your figure with a breast profile that’s younger. A woman's breasts usually change over time, losing their youthful shape and firmness. These changes and loss of skin flexibility can result from:

  • Pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Weight fluctuations
  • Aging
  • Gravity
  • Heredity

Breast lift surgery doesn’t not significantly change the size of your breasts or round out the upper part of your breast.If you want your breasts to look fuller, consider both breast lift and breast augmentation surgery.

If you wish your breasts to be small, consider combining breast lift and breast reduction surgery. In fact, breast lifting can typically result in a slight decrease within the perceived size of the breasts. Commonly ladiesreport dropping on cup size once the breast lifts surgery is done when compared topre-operative size.

There are some common misconceptions from prospective patients concerning specificallywhat breast lift surgery can accomplish. In general, breasts lift procedures:

  • Breast Raise sagging breasts to create a youthful, perky chest appearance
  • Correct uneven breasts
  • Correct enlarged areola’s (nipples)
  • Often make the breast appear slightly smaller due to the lack of excessive drooping.
Breast reduction and breast lift procedures are often nice choices for women who to reduce or alter the position of their breasts. They are also conjointly effective surgeries for any woman desperate to refine the form or shape of their breasts.
A breast lift with augmentation generally takes around 3 hours, though this time may vary based on your individual surgical plan.
Augmentation mastopexy is performed under general anaesthesia.
Prior to any procedure, it’s necessary to review medications you’re taking that will have an effect on your surgery. You may be asked to completely stop or change some medications you are on. As always, it’s necessary to include supplements on your list of medicines. Aspirin and aspirin products and herbal supplements must be avoided for 10 days prior to your surgery. Depending on your medical condition, you will be asked to get lab testing or a medical check-updone before your surgery. You may even be asked to take an updated mammogram prior to your surgery if you’ve not had one recently. Tobacco products impair your body’s ability to heal. You will be asked to completelystopsmoking for six weeks before any surgery. Tobacco and other step down products such as chewing gum and Nicodermshould be stopped as well.

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