Breast Lift Surgery /Mastopexy – The Surgical Procedure for Correction of Droopy Breast.
Breast Lift Surgery is also known as Mastopexy is a procedure to reshape sagging breast, asymmetry or loss of shape and volume in breasts, stretched or drooping areolae.
Breast lift Surgery can give breasts an attractive and youthful appearance.
There are various factors for sagging, droopy breasts such as pregnancy, nursing, extreme weight loss. As the skin loses its elasticity breasts lose their shape and firmness and this results in sagging of breasts. When this happens the shape of the once beautiful breasts becomes distorted with the nipples pointing downwards. When this deformity starts it may become progressive. There may be various degrees of droopiness.
Breast Lift Surgery or Mastopexy is advisable to get the beauty of breasts back. Breast lift Surgery can reduce the size of the areola, add volume and firmness as well as increase the size of the breasts.
Reasons to Consider Breast Lift Surgery/ Mastopexy
Improve Breast Shape – aging or effect of time effects on the shape of breasts – sagging and drooping contours, leaving noticeably misshape breasts. Breast lift surgery can correct the shape improves the appearance of the breasts.
The firmness of Breasts – Breast Lift surgery can improve the texture of breasts providing once again voluptuous breasts, more firm, and better shaped. This is achieved by removing excess skin, sagging correction, and folding of the breast tissues.
Breast Projections – When sagging occurs a common condition work experience is a repositioning of their nipples and breast projection. Nipples and breast tissues begin to point downward. The breast lift surgery elevates the nipple and redistributes breast tissue to restore the breasts to a more youthful shape and position.
Breast Lift Surgery Options:
For mild ptosis, a good breast augmentation enhancement may correct the mild droop. Sometimes autologous fat transfer to prop up the upper pole of the saggy breasts combined with an upward advancement of the upper portion of the nipple-areolar complex may improve the appearance.
For those with significant droopiness, a surgical correction will be required. This will involve an upward shifting or advancement of the nipple-areolar complex and tightening of the residual breast tissues around it. The shape and contour will improve but there will be resultant surgical scars due to the complex shifting of the breast tissues. It would be better to prevent this from occurring rather than correcting it subsequently.