Do I really need an uplift? (Photo)
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Lift and augmentation needed
Do I really need an uplift?
Thank you for your photo, after reviewing your photos lifting is not needed you can just have implants which will give you good results but however do get a consultation with a surgeon for final evalation before your procedure.
Breast Lift with Implant
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The "need" for an lift of the breast
In your case it appears that your nipple-areola is too low relative to the crease behind it and therefore a lift is required if an implant is considered for more volume.
Thank you for your question and photos. If you are happy with the position of your areolas and breast shape in general than you don't need to consider a lift, however, when the areolas have descended with deflation/sagging to the degree that you have, placement of implants alone can lead to the implant sitting high and the breast/nipple hanging off the front. It will not likely give you the improvement that you are looking for.
I recommend that you discuss the benefits of a breast lift for you, with your Plastic Surgeon and ensure that your surgical plan matches your expectations.
All the best
Breast lift need
Breast augmentation with lift is recommended.
I agree with your plastic surgeon's surgical plan - augmentation with lift.
Based on your photos, your cosmetic outcome will be better if you have augmentation with lift.
Breast implant will give you more volume; breast lift will give you a better, perkier shape.
You have grade III ptosis. Without breast lift, implant alone will have breast tissue hanging below the implants.
Good luck with your surgery and recovery.
To achieve a result that you will be happy with, you would need a lift along with implants. Consult a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your options. Best of luck!
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