Lately, you may have been noticing the “girls” are just not perky anymore. This may be the price you’ve paid for bearing and nursing children, or it may be just a function of time, genes and gravity. The good news is that there’s a remedy for sagging breasts called mastopexy or breast lift procedure.
Mastopexy is the rejuvenation of sagging breasts or correction of breasts that are asymmetrical. Breast lift is often part of a package of procedures known as a mommy makeover. These procedures streamline those areas of the body that have gotten a bit flabby due to childbearing.
Before the surgery, you’ll have a consultation with the plastic surgeon. During the consultation you’ll be able to tell the surgeon exactly what you want to get out of the operation. In turn, your surgeon tells you what the operation entails and what you can realistically expect from it. They’ll also let you know if you’re a good candidate for breast lift surgery. You’ll need to be at least 18, you should not have a life-threatening illness nor should you be pregnant or breastfeeding. The doctor will show you mastopexy Miami before and after photos so you can see the quality of their work. You may pose for mastopexy before and after pictures yourself.
During the surgery can be given intravenous sedation or be put under general anesthesia. You’ll discuss the best option with your surgeon.
During the breast lift, the plastic surgeon either makes an incision around your areola and a connecting incision from the areola to the crease under your breast or an incision around the areola. Then, they’ll remove excess skin and shape and lift the breast tissue that remains. They’ll place permanent sutures inside the deep tissues of your breasts to support them, and tighten the skin through incisions.
You’ll be able to see the results of the Miami mastopexy immediately, though the area will be swollen for some time. But after the swelling dies down, you’ll be able to see how your breasts are firmer and more uplifted.
Breast procedure mastopexy Miami surgery is considered cosmetic surgery, so it’s not usually covered under regular health insurance. The cost averages depending on the patients needs.
Call Miami Plastic Surgery Dr. Max Polo To Schedule a Consultation
If you’re unhappy with the way your breasts have lost their firmness and original shape, don’t hesitate to call Miami Plastic Surgery to set up a consultation with one of our plastic surgeons. Our number here is (305) 595-2969.