Hi,Unfortunately, breast implants will not stay where they are placed because they are heavy. They tend to migrate down and out. You will need surgery to correct the ptosis you now have. I'm afraid no amount of exercise will improve your current condition. Wearing a good supportive bra at all times will help from further stretching damage. Good luck to you. I hope this helps. Kind regards,
The only way to lift the breast will be with surgery. I would advise losing any weight you can prior to the lift so the appropriate amount of skin can be removed while reshaping your breast
If you are going to lose the weight, then I suggest waiting until you do so then re-evlaute how the breasts look. You may need a lift.
Thank you for your posting photos along with your question! Unfortunately there are no exercises that can help "lift" breasts and wearing a bra will not help lift the breasts either. If you feel as though your breasts are drooping and your nipple position is low and you are wanting younger looking and perkier breasts then a lift would be the solution to that problem. If you are planning on losing weight, you should definitely do that before any surgery is planned. You should also make sure that before you undergo surgery you are able to remain at a consistent weight. Weight loss or gain after any type of cosmetic surgery can alter the results.
As far as the type of lift that would be best for you....that would have to be determine by an in person consultation where an assessment of your breast tissue, volume and nipple position can be made as well as measurements taken. Make sure you are evaluated by a board certified plastic surgeon.
You definitely need a breast lift, since at this time they are already fallen. For every 20 pounds of weight, you lose a full size of the breast and this will cause more ptosis and more excess skin.
It's impossible to say with accuracy until you can be examined after your weight loss. If you feel droopy now the deflation from weight loss will probably worsen that sense but until you've lost the weight it's impossible to say whether and what type of breast lift will be best suited for you.Regards,Jon A Perlman MD FACS
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Thanks for your questions and pictures. It does appear that you would be a good candidate for a breast lift. Make sure you have reached your goal weight that you can keep long term before undergoing any surgery. Meet with a board certified plastic surgeon in person. Unfortunately, there are no exercises that will help you tighten and/or lift the breast area. Wearing a bra is recommended to help support your breasts.
Hello,Yes, you will need a lift if you want an optimized appearance and smaller breasts. Go visit a few ABPS certified/ASAPS member surgeons that specialize in revision breast surgery.Best of luck!
Thank you for your question. You are a great candidate for breast lift. Exercises will not tighten the skin or lift the breasts. . Consult with a board certified Plastic Surgeon. Review many before and after photos. Best Wishes.
You kind of answered your own question - if you've gained significant weight but plan to lose it, then go ahead and do that, and let's see what happens to the breast skin and nipple position. Ideally, you won't need anything. If you lose the weight and feel like they are too low, then a lift is in order (alternatively, liposuction only as an initial trial stage). I wish there were exercises or some magic, but unfortunately there isn't. Work on your weight, make sure it's stable, and then have your original PS evaluate you if you feel like you need something done.