What are the benefits of breast lift surgery

Cosmetic Surgery Dubai | 21 February 2020

Breast Uplift, Mastopexy or Breast Reshaping is a Plastic Surgery operation performed to lift and reshape the drooping or sagging breasts to achieve a more youthful, pert appearance. Mastopexy is carried out to improve the shape and firmness of the breast after weight loss or breast feeding. The desire to improve your breast size and or shape is something you share with nearly 60% of women. Mastopexy is used to reshape the breasts and equalize differently shaped breast to improve symmetry.

What are the benefits of Breast Uplift, Breast Reshaping?

Breast Uplift, Mastopexy is a plastic surgery procedure to reshape the breast in a woman who feels that her breasts have drooped or sagged as a result of natural aging changes or following pregnancy and breast feeding. The operation is commonly performed to restore a more youthful breast shape and fullness. Breast Uplift can be carried out to improve symmetry and shape where there is a difference in breast size and or shape. The improvement in Breast fullness and shape can boost your self confidence and enable you to wear the clothes you wish.

What about the scars following Breast Uplift surgery?

Unfortunately, it is necessary to have a scar as a result of Breast Uplift, but every effort is made to minimize the scars and ensure that these are as inconspicuous as possible. The goal is to achieve scars which are as short as possible for the safe performance of the surgery, and which, once fully healed are barely visible. The scars are placed around the nipple – periareolar scars, with additional scars down from the nipple to the crease under the breast – Vertical Scar, with or without a scar in the crease – Inverted T Scar. The optimum scars for you will depend on your size, breast shape / drooping, skin elasticity and desired cup size /shape following your Breast Uplift. If you need or desire an increase in volume, Breast Enhancement with Uplift, commonly a periareolar scar only may be required or a Vertical scar technique.

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