What do I need to do surgically in order to have smaller areolas and perkier/fuller breasts? (photos)
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Deflation after breast feeding / breast lift
Breast Feeding After a Breast Lift or Reduction
Breast feeding after breast surgery
Also, if you have breast surgery now, it is impossible to predict how your breasts will look after another child or two. Once you are done with childbearing, your breasts will no longer be a moving target.
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Breast lift to decrease areola size
Consult with an experienced plastic surgeon for a complete evaluation.
Large areolas and excess skin after pregnancy. How to get smaller areolas and perkier breasts.
Most augmentation lifts cut few if any breast ducts. So, breast feeding can usually still happen later.
One can also just perform a breast lift/areola reduction procedure and wait to put the implant in after you are done having children.
What do I need to do surgically in order to have smaller areolas and perkier/fuller breasts?
Breast lift with breast implants best option for perky your breast was smaller areola
Be aware that there is a possibility that the breast lift may interfere with her ability to nurse in future pregnancies. If this is important to you I would finish having children before considering breast lift surgery.
I believe that you would make a great candidate for breast lift with implants.
Post Partum Breast Involution
If you just want to tighten the skin envelope and reduce the areola size, then a vertical mastopexy would nicely reshape your breasts.
If you would like to add volume back to the breasts, then an augmentation with a breast lift would benefit you.
Visit a well respected Plastic Surgeon for their opinion. And, if they have Vectra 3D imaging, you can preview the above two options to see which you prefer.
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