A woman’s figure can be greatly enhanced by having fuller, firmer, and properly shaped breasts. Over time, a woman’s body and breasts will change. At Artistic Contours, however, we have an excellent cosmetic surgeon who can help you avoid any sagging or flattened breasts. Dr. Mo Banki and Dr. Frank Paletta will work with you to determine if you are a good candidate for a breast lift.
When many people thing of having surgery on their breasts, they often first think of a breast enlargement procedure. However, breasts are not all about size. Instead, it is important for a woman to feel more feminine with properly shaped and proportioned breasts. A breast lift, also known as mastopexy, is a surgical procedure to help restore some of the youthful shape and firmness of a woman’s breasts. A woman’s breasts change over time, and this can lead to a decrease in self-esteem or an increase in a consciousness of how your breasts look. At our practice, we want to help our patients feel young, rejuvenated, and confident with the way they look.
There are several factors that can cause a woman’s breasts to change. Some of these factors include:
- Time and aging
- Fluctuations in weight
Although a complex procedure, our ream will ensure that your treatment remains safe and that you receive the results you want. Breast lift procedures are often performed under general anesthesia. In most cases, a breast lift surgery can take anywhere between 1.5 to 3.5 hours to complete. Dr. Banki and Dr. Paletta will make an incision along the natural shape of the breast. He may then remove any excess skin, tighten supporting tissue, move the nipple and areola into place, and reshape the breast. The incision will be closed with sutures.
Following your procedure, you will receive post-operation instructions to help your recovery go smoothly. Our team will discuss any other concerns with you prior to your treatment. For more details about a breast lift procedure, we welcome you to schedule your cosmetic consult with our practice today.
To learn more about this procedure from the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery please visit: AACS