Breast lift surgery is popular because the breasts undergo changes so easily. Pregnancy, weight loss, breastfeeding, and age all cause changes to the shape of your breasts. No matter what your age, your breasts can sag and make you unhappy. A solution to this problem is a breast lift. Here are some important points to understand about this cosmetic surgery.
See If You're A Suitable Candidate
If you have small breasts that are slightly sagging, you might try alternative cosmetic treatments such as a thread lift or skin tightening. However, when you have significant sagging, then a surgical breast lift is the best option as long as you are in good health and a suitable candidate.
Learn About The Procedure You Need
The surgical approach for your breast lift depends on the amount of sagging you have. If sagging is mild, you might only need a small incision around your nipple. If your sagging is more pronounced, you will probably need two or three incisions. Your doctor takes care to make the incisions as invisible as possible.
If you follow your recovery orders carefully, and the incisions heal properly, the incisions shouldn't be too noticeable or they may be hidden under your bikini top. So be sure to follow the instructions you're given for incision care so the incisions won't be too obvious.
Recovery From A Breast Lift Is Fairly Fast
The more involved your surgery, the longer it takes to recover. However, the recovery period usually isn't too long. Your doctor will probably want you to get up and walk as soon as possible. Exercise will be restricted for a few weeks, but you'll be able to work and do less strenuous activities shortly after the surgery.
You'll have some pain from the swelling and incision, but over-the-counter pain relievers should be all you need after the first few days of your recovery.
What To Expect With Your New Look
You'll have quite a bit of swelling right after the breast lift surgery, so your breasts will be larger than you expect. The swelling slowly goes away so you can see the completed look of the procedure in a matter of weeks. Your nipples should rest higher and point out rather than down.
You can have a breast lift done alone, and that will change the shape of your breasts. You can have augmentation done at the same time, and that will complement the breast lift by adding more volume to your breasts so they're bigger as well as lifted.
For more information on breast lift surgery, contact a professional near you.Share