Whether you gave birth, are aging, or even lost weight, there may be an event that changes the appearance of your body. If you are no longer happy with the appearance of your breasts, breast lift surgery is an option that can help you achieve the look you desire. There are several things that a breast lift surgery can help you accomplish.
What Happens During a Breast Lift Surgery?
During a breast lift procedure, the surgeon will administer anesthesia and use surgical tools to remove any excess skin. They will then use various surgical techniques to reshape the breasts, reposition them, and reshape the areolas.
Help You Reposition Your Breasts
A breast lift procedure can help bring back your breasts’ high and perky position. During surgery, the overlying skin and superficial fascia are tightened, ensuring the breast tissue is positioned higher on the wall of your chest.
Improve the Overall Shape of You Breasts
Over time, you may notice that the position of your breasts changes. This position drop can change the perkiness and height of your breasts. As a result, the breasts lose their fullness and roundness and can appear tubular. A breast lift can reshape your breasts and tighten up the tissues. These changes enhance the shape and create a more voluptuous appearance.
Allow You to Adjust Your Nipple Position
When breast tissue loosens around and over your breasts, it can change the appearance of your nipples. As a result, the nipples may begin to point downward instead of forward. A breast lift can help to correct the direction that your nipples point, which can amplify their natural curvature.
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All of these positive changes can drastically improve your self-confidence by providing you with a more youthful appearance. It is important to know that this type of procedure does require careful thought and consideration. If you want to see if a breast lift can help you achieve the look you desire, contact Renaissance Plastic Surgery at 636-896-0600 or fill out the online form to schedule an appointment. There are financing options available that can help you cover the costs of your procedure. Call now to get started.