Do I really need a breast uplift? Or will enhancement give me the result I want?
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Breast augmentation with Dual Plane method
Based on the photos my opinion is that breast augmentation alone will give you a very satisfactory result. Obviously the technique that each doctor applies will give a different result. I think that a dual plane technique with the appropriate implants for your chest is the correct procedure. Breast lift would be a mistake.
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Do I really need a breast uplift? Or will enhancement give me the result I want
Breast Augmentation to restore volume and fullness
Do I Need a Lift?
Thank you for your question and photo. You will probably receive different feedback from different surgeons. An in-person exam is the best way to determine your needs. If your level of deflation/sagging is borderline and nipples have not descended to or below the IMF crease, implants placed above the muscle, without a lift, can be a good option. Your choice of procedure will depend on your aesthetic goals. A larger, projecting implant placed in the sub mammary position can "fluff" out deflated tissue and perk up the nipples somewhat. The breasts will have a slightly low, natural contour still. If you want/expect very perky breasts and elevated nipples you will need to consider a breast lift.
I recommend that you book in-person consultations with Board certified Plastic Surgeons whose work appeals to you.
All the best
Breast augmentation without a lift could achieve your goals
Avoid a lift if you can
I agree that you should get a good result from implants alone and would be best to avoid the scarring if you can.
Feel free to come along to my webinar where I discuss what is involved in choosing implants and what can be achieved by the different shapes and profiles.
Lift or no lift??
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