I was born with low-set breasts have a narrow frame 5'7" 128lbs and wear a 34D, but don't fill out the cup anymore. I am in my mid 30s and no kids but over time my skin lost elasticiy and working out/lifting isn't helping. I don't want scars from a lift and was told by a couple PS that i'm boarderline for a lift, but my nipple position is good and a lift won't benefit me enough. will just a 425cc saline under muscle be beneficial and fill out my upper pole? or will this just make me sag more?
Deflated D, Will Implants Alone Correct This? (photo)
Doctor Answers (14)
Lift with implants alone
- use silicone cohesive gel implants. The more cohesive the better. I am not sure if these are available yet in the US, but the Allergan Inspira Truform 2 implants are ideal
- use high profile implants. The more projection you have, the more lift you will get
- have the implants placed in the submammary pocket (under the breast itself). You should have a pinch thickness at the top of your breast of at least 2 cm
However, you should talk to your surgeon to see if this would work for you.
Breast Augmentation and Lift for Low-set breast
I think you'll be happier with a breast lift and an implant
thank you for your question and photographs. While you certainly can have breast augmentation with breast implants alone from your photographs my guess is that you will feel like you are sagging more after your breast implants that you've do now.
Of course an in person examination is required, but based on your photographs I believe a breast lift and a small breast implant placed beneath the muscle will give you a nice result.
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Although your nipple position is not bad, your breast gland is absolutely ptotic. That is, the lower pole of your breast sits well inferior to your inframammary fold. This will not be corrected with an implant alone.
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While it is always difficult to diagnose with photos, from what I can see I would recommend a breast lift. Implnats alone will not give you a perkier, bouncier look- they will only make you bigger. Your breasts will still reside lower on your chest wall.
If you were my patient, I would recommend a breast lift with an augmentation.
I hope this helps
Hello. Judging by your pictures it looks like your nipples are lower you’re your inframammary fold. If this is the case I would definitely recommend a lift along with your implants. A consultation would definitely be helpful in determining your best option as it is hard to determine based on pictures alone.
Jaime Perez, MD
Breast Augmentation Specialist
Plastic Surgery Center of Tampa
I think that just looking at your photos you may need a lift. Your arms are elevated in the photos and your breasts looks like they are sagging. An exam in person is key.
Deflated D, Will Implants Alone Correct This?
Reviewing the posted photos I believe you will needed a lift. But you can try a larger implant first operation to see if that satisfies you.
How Much Lift Will a Breast Implant Provide
Thank you for your question and photographs. Your best advice is with an in person consultation, but from your pictures it is unlikely that you would have an improved appearance with implants alone. I think you would merely have bigger breasts that are more subject to gravity, hence too low. You would also be unlikely to get a pretty shape from an implant alone. It is an idea that sounds better than it is likely to turn out. You need a breast lift with or without implants. Using an implant to raise nipple position usually leads to disappointment over time. Get another opinion from an experienced board certified plastic surgeon.
Is breast lift needed with breast implants?
As your arms are lifting in the photo, its hard to establish your exact nipple position. If the nipple is indeed not positioned too low, you could have a good result with implants alone without a lift. If a lift is indicated, it may be able to be done as a mini-lift with minimal scarring.
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