I'm thinking of getting a breast lift since I have lost 55 lbs. and breastfed 4 kids. My breasts have gone from a 40H to 34C and I don't want any implant. When I put a bra on and take it off, the skin on my breasts is wrinkled. One of my breasts is slightly bigger than the other, so my nipples are not aligned--one points upwards. What benifits would I get from a breast lift? Would they be firmer, younger looking, and perkier? Thanks.
Breast Lift for Uneven Breasts After Breast Feeding, Weight Loss?
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Yes it can do all that but it does have limits and you have to be realistic. I will not firm up your breasts to the point of a 20 year old person but it will lift the tissue, give you more upper pole, tighten the skin and even up the areola.
Breast Lift for Uneven Breasts After Breast Feeding, Weight Loss
Results Of Breast Lifting?
Thank you for the question.
Congratulations on your weight loss.
Whether you'll be happy with the results of a breast lift will depend on your expectations and what you mean by “firmer, younger looking, and perkier". With breast lifting you will find that the breasts will sit higher on the chest wall, that there will be less “wrinkled skin”, and probably improved symmetry of the breasts.
However, I would not promise significantly more firm breasts (long-term) without breast implants.
You may want to seek consultation with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons and demonstrate your goals with pictures of what you would like to achieve.
I hope this helps.
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Good breat lift will make your breasts perky and symmetrical.
You sound like a great candidate for a breast lift with correction of breast asymmetry. You absolutely do not need breast implants. Lollipop scars.
You need an INTERNAL breast lift where the breast tissue itself is lifted, without relying on tightening the skin, because the skin stretches (Lejour technique). Lifts that tighten the "skin bra" fall again.
Breast lift will make your breasts more youthful!
Thank you for your question.
A breast lift can raise and make your breast more firm resulting in a more youthful breast contour. Providing that you have enough volume to get your desired shape, you should not need implants. From what you describe, this seems like it would be a fitting procedure for you and correct the issues you are having. Schedule a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon and they will be able to give you more personalized advice.
A breast lift would be a good procedure for you from the way you describe the appearance of your breasts. However, you should be fully aware of the associated scars and the risks of the procedure. You should see a board-certified plastic surgeon with experience in this technique.
Breast lift surgery
Provided that you have enough breast tissue and not just skin, a breast lift can raise you nipples, tighten your skin envelope and contour breast tissue to give it a more youthful appearance.
Breast lift after weight loss
Breast lift can give you rounder firmer and more symmetric results. If one breast is larger it can be reduced to match the other side. The only problem is that often there is still lack of adequate volume on the upper pole of the breasts and a small breast implant can help achieve a better results.
Mastopexy or breast lift surgery will grant your wish
A breast lift will shorten the vertical length of the breasts, makes them rounder and fuller on top, aligns the nipples and often reduces the arealoe (the pigmented tissue around the nipples). I do my breast lifts without removing any tissues, but skin.
I refer you to my web site for many examples of short acar breast lifts. Web: www.bellevueplasticsurgeons.com
Breast lift would be great for you
A breast lift would accomplish eaxctly what you want. It would lift the breast, get rid of the extra sagging skin and result in a perky, firmer and younger looking breast.
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