Is 53 too old for implants? Previous breast lift 20 years ago (Photo)
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Breast augmentation at 53
Your breasts are in a somewhat “borderline” position when it comes to the necessity for breast lifting. In other words, it is possible that you will get away without a breast lift, depending on your goals. It would be in your best interests to achieve a long-term stable weight (if not there already) prior to undergoing the breast procedure.
I would suggest in person consultation with board-certified plastic surgeons for more precise advice.
Is 53 too old for implants? Previous breast lift 20 years ago
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53 too old for implants?
Hello and thank you for your question.
The short answer is.....53 years old is NOT too old for implants! I recommend that you see a board certified plastic surgeon in consultation to get more specific answers to your questions which can best be addressed after a thorough history and examination is performed.
Best of luck to you!
You appear to be a PERFECT breast lift/augmentation candidate!
Thanks for your question.
Lots of patients your age seek and undergo breast lifting/augmentation. In fact, by looking at your photos you look like a healthy woman with a healthy lifestyle (diet, exercise, etc).
You are a very good candidate for this surgery and your older scars can be used to perform the lift.
Make sure you do your homework when researching for a good PS and my advice is for you to take a look at their breast lift before and after gallery, to have an idea of his/her work.
Hope this answer lights your way.
Dr. Fernandez Goico
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