I would like to know if I require a lift? I only want implants to give more volume and to be firmer (photo)
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Breast augmentation and a lift
Thanks for sumitting your picture. From observing your picture, you have a very severe droopiness of your breasts ( level 3 ). Under these circumstances, I would recommend a breast augmentation with a full lift ( key hole ) for optimal result. A mini lift procedure with augmentation is a compromize but can be acceptable according to the physical examination and your willing to accept less than optimal result since you are so young. Breast augmentation alone , even with big implants will be very un attractive and I personally will refuse to do it. Always, consult with board certfied plastic surgeons and check their before and after pictures to make sure that you like the results.
Best of luck,
Web reference: http://widderplasticsurgery.com
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Breast augmentation with lift
In your case I do believe that a breast lift would benefit your breast, an implant would definitely give yu volume and enhancement as well.
Is a lift required?
I would like to know if I require a lift? I only want implants to give more volume and to be firmer (
If you just have implants your breasts will look the same, the nipples pointing south... Best to think about a lift+implants. See a few boarded PSs in your city/state..//
You need to have lift
Implants versus Implants PLUS Lift
Web reference: http://www.ShaferPlasticSurgery.com
The short answer is that implants do not lift anything and you would benefit from a lift. If the nipple is below the bottom of the breast( which yours is) then you would benefit from a lift with or without implants
Web reference: http://www.thebreastexpert.com
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