Bi- planar breast augmentation can often compensate for minor degrees of breast ptosis
Thank you for your question. As others have stated it is necessary to examine you in person to give you an accurate answer to your question.
Generally speaking if your nipple is above the inframammary fold, the fold beneath your breast, then this sagging is called glandular ptosis and a biplanar breast augmentation may suffice without the need for a lift.
Please consult a plastic surgeon who is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, experienced in breast lift surgery and who has an excellent reputation in your community.
Lift or Implants for "Minor Sag"
While increasing the volume of your breasts can help to fill your breasts, implants do not lift the breast.
If you have had some deflation of the breast, but the nipples are above the height of the breast crease and the bottom of the breast has not dropped significantly, filling out the breast skin with more volume (breast implants) can work beautifully.
If the nipple or bottom of the breast are too low on the chest, a lift may be a better alternative.
Your plastic surgeon can make this determination for you at consultation.
Probably you can use implants only to achieve your desired result, but it will depend on your nipple position. If the nipples point downward you will also need a lift. Good luck.
It would completely depend on how much excess skin you have and wear that skin is in relation to the crease beneath your breasts. If it is above, you may not need a lift. If most of your breast is below the crease, you will probably need to consider a lift. Another way to try and figure this out is to look at yourself in a mirror. Do you see any breast skin beneath your areola? or is the areola at the bottom of the breast when you look at the reflection.
Not necessary to go for larger implants
The right size and profile of an implant will help correct mild sagging, so you won't need a lift. You don't need to choose larger implants, usually a higher profile is the only thing necessary.
Augmentation Mastopexy for Minor Sagging
Getting #Implants without a #BreastLift is said to be a "mistake" by many patients. Most breasts will look larger and more droopy without the lift. They tend sag more, and, sooner due to the excess weight. At times a “#Snoopy” breast or double #bubble can result without combining the two. Also, if the nipples is in a fairly high position on the breast or “glandular” #ptosis or drooping, an implant may be useful.
Breast augmentation and/or breast lift for sagging breasts
a minor sag to the breasts does not require a lift when implants are placed;
however, it is not advisable to place large implants in any breast in an
attempt to correct significant sagging. The question can be more accurately
answered with an appropriate exam of the brasts to determine the degree of
sagging and the amount of breast tissue to determine whether an implant alone
will give a satisfactory result.
Breast Lift or Just Breast Implants
Your answer is all about a combination of how perky you would prefer after surgery, the shape of your breast, elasticity of your skin, density of your breasts, and other factors. An examination by an experienced board certified plastic surgeon who can guide you is what is needed the most at this point. See the below link on how to choose your best plastic surgeon.
sounds to me that given your breast size and the fact that your sagging is
mild, I feel that a fair sized implant would correct the sagging as well as
enlarge your breasts.
Need a Lift w/ Implants If I Only Have Minor Sag
In general, we consider lifting when the nipple is at the level of or below the level of the fold beneath the breast. Sometimes, following either weight loss or changes following pregnancies, one loses the fullness in the superior part of the breast which can make the breast appear as if it is sagging. But the nipple is still above the fold. In this situation, implants alone may suffice. Occasionally, one's anatomy may be suitable for augmentation only if the nipple is at the level or just below the crease. One of the dual plane approaches may be indicated. Your plastic surgeon should be able to give you the pros and cons of the various options after a good consultation and exam. Good luck.