I'm a mom of 5. What can I do about my chest? (Photo)
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Breast Lift with Implants
Harvard Educated, Beverly Hills & Miami Beach Trained, Double-Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Implants and breast lift
Hello, thanks for showing your pictures, for what i can see you have a lot of skin and your mamary tissue has been reabsorbed, that's pretty normal to happen with multiples pregnancies and the excessive gain or losse of weight. I recomend you to do a breast lift with implants. Resuming:
1: Areolar diameter reduction,
2: Reafirmation of the breast
3: breast implants to get volumen and shape.
Have a nice Day!
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If you were my patient, I would recommend a Benelli mastopexy which would equalize the size of your nipples, raise both your breasts and your nipples, and then do multiple cuts into the breast tissue inferior to the edge of the areola on the droopier side to allow the breast tissue to splay out over the implant placed in the subpectoral space.
Your droopier breast is a Type I tuberous breast having the inferior lateral portion of the breast but missing the inferior medial portion. That is why your nipple is off to the side and your breast appears to be on the diagonal.
Surgery on this type of breast is unique and I recommend choosing a Board Certified plastic surgeon who demonstrates on the internet expertise in this field.
What to do about my chest
Your photos show that you have volume depletion from repeated pregnancies and some nipple drooping pr in medical jargon, "ptosis". The solution for your situation can be tailored to your desires. However, each solution has different costs and possible risks of complications. The best way to start is by seeing someone who has a breast imaging system such as Vectra or Crisalix. These will allow you to visualize how you would look with either a mastopexy alone or an augmentation and possible mastopexy. You have many options and can pursue consultations foten at no cost which gives you a great deal of information.
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