There are many things that you can do to take charge of your body. There is one thing you can’t change. It’s your drooping bust. Time, changes in weight, and the strain of nursing can take a toll on your breasts, bringing them down. You can wear a bra to create the illusion that your bust is as perky as ever, but that is only a temporary fix. As soon as the bra comes off, your breasts will be hanging down where they were before. If you are tired of the way your bust looks, think about raising your bust with a breast lift procedure.
How Does a Breast Lift Work?
In order to have a breast lift, you will need help from our trusted plastic surgeon, who can sculpt the breast tissue in order to create a more youthful appearance. Excess skin may be removed as well so that your breasts do not hang down too low anymore. Once you have healed from your procedure, you will be able to appreciate your more youthful breasts.
When is the Right Time to Consider a Breast Lift?
If you are looking for an increase or decrease in the size of your bust, a breast lift may not be the answer. Think about this procedure if your breasts have been changed by the hormonal fluctuations that are brought on by menopause. If you have had one or more children and nursing has really made your breasts drop, this procedure can help. If you have lost weight and your breasts won’t snap back to a perky position, a breast lift could make a world of difference for you.
Talk to Our Plastic Surgeon About a Breast Lift
Only you can decide if you are not happy with the appearance of your bust. If sagging breasts are bothering you, Dr. Nir at Palms Wellington Plastic Surgery can help you to turn the situation around. You’ll need to set up an initial consultation at our office in Wellington. At this time, our plastic surgeon will perform an evaluation of your bust and discuss your goals for your surgery.
Palms Wellington Plastic Surgery proudly serves clients in the West Palm Beach and surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation for a breast lift!