These are natural occurrences which can happen to any female and it is possible that through a breast uplift or a mastopexy, a women’s self-esteem and self-confidence will be restored.
What Is a Breast Uplift?
One of the surgical procedures that women have the option to undergo is breast uplift or mastopexy. It involves raising and reshaping the breasts during the event when their elasticity has been compromised.
During Your Consultation
- The Examination – Your cosmetic surgeon is expected to look over your breasts closely to determine just how much needs to be reshaped. He will also take into consideration your age, the condition of your skin and of course, the size and shape of your breasts. In some cases, an implant may be advisable in addition to breast lifting to completely renew the shape of your breasts.
- The Procedure – After the examination the surgeon will discuss in full detail potential risks and complications.
During and After Breast Surgery?
The main focus of breast uplift surgery is the removal of excess skin from your breasts. An incision needs to be made in order to cut out the excessive skin. Once the skin is removed, the nipple and areola are moved to a more natural position to compensate for the stretching of the skin. The procedure usually takes 2-3 hours.
You will require a chaperone to collect you from the hospital once you are discharged. For the 24 hours following your surgery you will need somebody with you during this recovery period. You will be also prescribed pain killers to help ease your discomfort.