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Breast Lift

Understanding Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

A breast lift, medically known as mastopexy, is a cosmetic procedure aimed at elevating the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue. This results in a reshaped and well-supported breast contour.

Key Features:

  • It is typically performed in a clinical setting, without the need for hospital admission.
  • General anesthesia or pre-procedure blood tests are not required.
  • The procedure is relatively painless, with minimal bleeding.
  • Breast lift is often recommended for women and unmarried individuals who experience issues such as small cup size, post-pregnancy changes, breastfeeding, or sagging due to weight fluctuations.

Common Reasons for a Breast Lift:

  • Sagging breasts caused by pregnancy, significant weight loss, aging, or genetics.

Procedure Involves:

  • Elevating breast tissue to a higher position on the chest wall.
  • Repositioning the nipple-areolar area.
  • Tightening the skin.
  • Removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue and muscles.
  • Potential reduction in the size of enlarged areolas and the improvement of stretch marks on the breasts.

Recovery Time:

  • Patients may typically resume work after approximately one week.
  • To promote a swift recovery, it is advisable to limit strenuous activities for 2 to 3 weeks post-procedure.

Types of Breast Lifts:

  1. Scarless Lift: Corrects sagging and drooping breasts.
  2. Lollipop Lift: Restores a more youthful breast appearance.
  3. Crescent Lift: Suitable for breasts with minor sagging.
  4. Donut or Peri-Areolar Lift: Involves a circular incision around the areola, removing a small amount of skin to lift the breast.

Risks: A breast lift is generally considered a low-risk procedure.

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