Ethnic skin can have challenges with scarring. Fair white skin tends to fade well with time. If you have another skin type: Latina, Filipino, Black, Asian, will it heal as well?
Any surgeon who trained in a breast fellowship and has done a lot of breast surgery (which is many of us. breast reductions and lifts are a common surgery we all do), has operated on women of color. Being a plastic surgeon in the Bay Area, many of my patients are different ethnicities. I don't think anyone "specializes" in ethnic skin. If they say they do, then it is a bit of marketing PR, as all of us see many different skin types.
1. Short scar technique. There are two basic kinds of major breast lifts. One leaves you with a large anchor scar, the inferior pedicle / Wise technique. The second leaves you with a lollipop scar, the vertical technique.
Find someone who does the vertical technique. It is a much smaller scar, and it is missing the long underwire scar. When doing the anchor inferior pedicle scar, the part of the scar which tends to keloid is the inner part of the underwire scar. The lollipop scar has none of that, Shorter scar. No scar near midline. And it has a better shape.
2. Technique for skin closure: Look at the scars from other lift patients. How do they look? A multi layer, good closure is important for any scar on any skin type.
3. What is your surgeon's scar plan? Tape, mederma, silicone gel sheeting, hydroquinone, etc etc. Talk with them about your concerns.
Hope this helps!