A BREAST UPLIFT, OR MASTOPEXY, IS AN SURGICAL PROCEDURE THAT INVOLVES REMOVING EXCESS, STRETCHED SKIN AND BREAST TISSUE
Breast Augmentation Dubai | 18 July 2023
Most of my patients have very straightforward plans for their breast augmentation procedures. In addition, if you are older (over 40), have given birth more than once, or have lost a significant amount of weight, you might want to think about getting a breast lift.
When a patient has just modest breast drooping and a little amount of excess, high-quality skin, implants can raise the breasts enough without the need for additional surgical lifting. This is particularly true if the implants are placed underneath the muscle. If the patient has little sagging, placing the implant under the breast will ensure perky, natural, and firm outcomes.
If the patient has poor skin quality, stretch marks, large quantities of sagging skin, low-resting nipples, or it seems that the skin, glands, and chest wall are not engaged, a lift is necessary to provide the greatest cosmetic effect. Some younger women fall into these categories as well, albeit older women are more prone to do so. If you’ve given birth more than once, it’s likely that the repeated expansion and contraction of the breast tissue has left you with loose skin, stretch marks, and decreased breast volume (especially in the upper half of the breast). Breasts that are flat and drooping are commonly seen in women under the age of 40 who have lost a significant amount of weight.
Although mastopexy augmentation is typically less demanding and more economical, some surgeons avoid combining breast augmentation with lift surgery due to the added complexity. It is easier for the patient and enhances the chance of a successful outcome when breast augmentation and lift operations are combined into a single treatment.