Thank you for your question. A breast lift, or mastopexy, will lift the breast and nipple to a more youthful position. If you are happy with the size of your breasts, then a lift alone will likely give you the look your desire. A breast lift with augmentation can be performed for those women looking for fuller/larger breasts. On the other hand, tissue can be removed at the time of a breast lift to reduce the size of the breast for those women who would like a reduction in size (breast reduction). Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your goals and learn which surgical procedure is appropriate to accomplish those goals.
36D size breasts
Thanks for your question; In my opinion a breast reduction and lift will give a perkier look to your breasts. Look for a certified PS to do your procedure.
Do I need a breaset lift?
I would recommend you see a board-certified plastic surgeon for a consultation. Patients who have low set nipples and/or stretched skin often benefit from a breast lift to reposition the nipples and create an improved breast shape. Upper breast volume can be enhanced with a breast implant or fat grafting. You need to have a consultation to discuss your desired outcome and understand the pros and cons to different surgical treatments.
Dr. Michelle Spring
Breast Lift Will Give You a Nice Outcome
Breast lift surgery will use the volume that you already have and reposition it higher, perkier, and tighter on your chest. However, if you already like the shape of your breasts, then you should not do anything!
Many patients with appearances similar to yours come to me seeking a breast lift. A lift will make your breasts perkier, it will add upper breast fullness and it will reduce the size of the areolas.
Correcting Breast Sag
suggest significant breast sag which would benefit from a breast lift utilizing
an anchor incision.
Each patient has
unique aesthetic goals and specific anatomic findings that must be considered when
making decisions about this type of surgery. For instance, in some cases,
decreasing breast size may be a consideration and breast reduction should be
part of the procedure. In other cases, patients may want larger breasts. Under
these circumstances it may be appropriate to add a breast implant to increase
Based on your
concerns, consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon is appropriate.
This surgeon will help you determine which option is best for you.
36D breast opinion
Your breasts appear to be a good size for you, but you really need a lift to make the breast shape and the nipples perkier.
Do I need a breast lift?
You have full D cup breasts, but they are quite overhanging and the nipples are at the very bottom of your breasts and down-pointing. You would certainly benefit from a breast lift to shift the nipples to a higher position, reduce the areolar size, as well as to reduce the overhang and reshape the breasts.
A lift could give you full, balanced breasts.
what you’re describing as your goal, I think a breast lift is likely to give
you the look you’re hoping for. During a lift, your existing breast tissue is
reshaped and moved up higher on your chest, and any extra skin is removed. Your
nipples and areola will be recentered, and can be made smaller at the same time
if you wish. The end result should be a high, firm profile looks perkier and
more youthful. If you are concerned about any volume loss, you can also include
breast implants at the same time for an additional boost in cup size.
A breast lift (mastopexy) would be the answer to your problems. A lift will tighten the breast tissue, raise the nipples and remove excess skin. The breasts may even appear to be slightly smaller and perkier after the procedure. If you want to add more volume and upper pole fullness, then breast implants can be considered.
A consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon will provide you with your options. There are a few methods for breast lifting that exist and many different scar options as well. This will be discussed with you during your consultation.