Natural Breast Lift
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There is no durable way to lift and reshape ptotic or droopy breasts without some type of surgical intervention. There are some laser companies that claim that their lasers, when applied onto the breast skin, can "lift" the breast, but when you look carefully at their before and after pictures, there is very little if any improvement, and certainly if you need a significant lift or have thin skin, this will absolutely not work.
If you are truly averse to any type of surgical procedure, the only option that isleft is a good bra with excellent support.
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A mastopexy, or breast lift surgery, allows your operating surgeon to rearrange the breast tissue, lift the nipple to a normal position, reduce the areolar size, and remove excess and sagging skin and tissue. This creates and affords the patient a more youthful and perky breast shape and can be done with or without the addition of a breast implant. While I understand that some patients are averse to having a surgical procedure, the advertised non-surgical alternatives are simply a waste of ones time and money.
If you are displeased with the current appearance of your breasts, I would recommend consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss your concerns and what options are available to you. I often find that a patients perception of what a breast lift surgery entails, as far as recovery, downtime and invasive nature, is much larger or more difficult than it actually is. As such, you might find comfort in learning exactly what your options are based upon your specific anatomy and what the procedure would mean for you. I hope you find this helpful and I wish you all the best.
Someday, Perhaps, But Lifting and Adding Volume are Still the Gold Standard.
Many attempts at at nonsurgical skin tightening and minimally invasive techniques to lasso the breast to a higher position have been and are being tried. Sadly, none of these have risen to the expected level of 'safe and reliable'.
Joshua Kreithen, M.D.