The right procedure for lifting my breasts? (Photo)
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Breast Lift vs. Waiting
You appear to have some natural hang to your breasts. You also have excellent skin without visible stretch marks.
I do not know of any nonsurgical methods that really work.
I recommend that you wait and not do anything until the breast sag bothers you enough that you are willing to trade saggy breasts for perky breasts that have the scars from a breast lift on them.
If you do it too soon, you will have buyer's remorse and be unhappy with the scars because the sag wasn't that bad.
To be sure, see two or more experienced, board-certified Plastic Surgeons in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have Breast Lift Surgery.
I hope this is helpful for you.
The right procedure for lifting my breasts?
Based on your photographs you do not have real ptosis (dropping) of the breasts. It seems you want to firm up the breasts but prefer not to have a visible incision. Exercises are not very helpful. The best option for you to achieve your aim without a visible cut, in my opinion, is Autologous Fat Augmentation.
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Breast Lift Info
BREAST LIFT (MASTOPEXY)WHO IS A CANDIDATE
- If you have sagging breasts due to past pregnancies, genetics, weight loss, or aging.
- If the sagging is expected to be present after an implant.
- If your nipple-areolar complexes (pigmented areas around nipples) are enlarged or not similar.
Results can include:
- An elevated, more youthful breast contour.
- Nipple-areolar complexes of the desired size and at the correct height and similar location
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