Breast Lift / Board-Certified Reconstructive & Plastic Surgeon Alicia Sigler MD

step1When to Consider  Breast Lift?

 

1.-To restore a better breast shape following pregnancy & breastfeeding

2.-To improve breast contour after significant weight loss.

3.-To enjoy a beautiful, perky breast shape for the first time

s2Am I a good candidate?

If you’ve become increasingly unhappy about the sagging of your breasts, you may wonder what surgery can do. Don’t be surprised if your surgeon suggests combining breast augmentation or breast reduction with your lift; adjunct procedures may be necessary to achieve your goals.

3What about price?

Costs vary widely and depend on the complexity of the procedure, where the surgery takes place and which anesthetic is administered. Please feel free toask a personalized quote here

  • Breat lift with implants:  4,300 US Dlls

4How do I prepare for Breast Lift procedure?

Your surgeon will provide thorough preoperative instructions, answer any questions you may have, take a detailed medical history and perform a physical exam to determine your fitness for surgery.

If he or she recommends weight benchmarks or lifestyle changes, do your best to achieve them to ensure the best results and minimize the chance of complications.

 

5How is Breast Lift performed?

A common method of lifting the breasts involves three incisions:

1.Around the aureolas

2.Extending downward from the areolas to the breast creases

3.Horizontally along the breast creases

Although incision lines are permanent, in most cases they will fade and significantly improve over time. Aesthetic plastic surgeons make every effort to place scars in hidden areas and minimize them, with the goal of achieving the desired results with the shortest possible scar. Special tissue handling and suture techniques further minimize scars. To get a better notion of breast lift incisions,

 

6What will my recovery and healing from Breast Lift procedure?

Generally, you can expect to be bandaged, wearing compression garments and you may have some surgical drains.

When the anesthesia wears off, you may have some pain. If the pain is extreme or long-lasting, contact your physician. You will also have some redness and swelling after the surgery.

7Breast Lift Results

case 1> Before Breast lift case 1> After Breast lift