Time and life experience have a significant impact on your breast appearance. Women desire full and perky breasts, and aging, weight fluctuations, and childbirth work to destroy the desired breast aesthetic appearance. Our team of board-certified plastic surgeons works to restore and correct your desired breast appearance with a breast lift. This procedure addresses the sagging appearance and gives you the desired perky appearance.
BENEFITS OF A BREAST LIFT
TYPES OF BREAST LIFTS
You will discuss your procedure goals and options during your consultation with one of our four surgeons. After that, your surgeon will recommend a procedure plan that aligns with your goals and fits your specific case needs. Finally, if you are ready to schedule your consultation, click the button below.
The Vertical Lift, lifts nipple areolar complex and lifts breasts.
The anchor lift is for patients with a significant amount of sagging. It is the same as vertical lift but in addition, tightens the skin under breast.
This approach reduces the areolar size. It elevates the nipple areolar complex but not breast.
This type of lift removes the skin above the areola. It lifts the Nipple Areolar Complex, and not the breast.
BEFORE AND AFTER
BREAST LIFT RECOVERY
Immediately after surgery you should avoid strenuous activities. After 48 hours, you can shower but must place the surgical bra back on. You should be back to work after a weekend of healing.
After the first week, you can start walking on a treadmill. No running or heavy lifting for at least 4-5 weeks.
One month after you should be back to a full routine.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
All patients heal differently. Typically it will take 6 months to a year for the scar to fade. You also must use sunscreen whenever you are in the sun to protect the scar from darkening.
Most patients will take about 5 days. However, depending on the profession and lifestyle you may require more time off work due to restrictions.
You will be required to wear your surgical sports bra for 4-6 weeks post surgery.