As a woman, your body is going to go through many changes. Pregnancy, fluctuations in weight, and aging can have effects on your figure that can’t be changed by exercise or eating habits. Your breasts might be one area that is affected the most. Drooping or sagging breasts are common with aging, especially after having children. Pregnancy and nursing can take quite a toll on a woman’s bust. Aging can also rob the skin of elasticity. The end result is breasts that sag down toward the waistline. The only thing you can do on your own is wear a bra that will help you to give your breasts a boost. As soon as the bra comes off, your breasts will be back to where you started. For actual results, a breast lift could be the answer.
A Breast Lift Will Not Increase the Size of Your Bust
A breast lift is intended to raise a woman’s breasts back to where they used to be before sagging. Our plastic surgeon may remove excess skin to tighten up the breasts. The areolas may be shifted as well. Breast tissue can be sculpted to give you a more youthful shape. In the end, your breasts will be perkier. If you are looking for larger breasts, breast augmentation may be the best choice for you. It all depends on the unique situation, and a breast lift can oftentimes be combined with breast augmentation whenever necessary.
Your Body Should Be at a Stable Point
You want to know that your breasts are not going to change again before you choose to alter them through plastic surgery. If you choose to have a breast lift, fluctuations in weight could change the way your breasts look. As such, it is important to be at a stable weight before moving forward with this procedure.
Turn to Our Plastic Surgeon to Learn More
Our talented plastic surgeon at Palmer Cosmetic Surgery is the best person to turn to when you have questions about cosmetic surgery in South Florida. Make an appointment at our office in Fort Lauderdale to learn more about how a breast lift could help you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!