Bring your breasts back to a more desirable level and restore their youthfulness with a Breast Lift procedure. A Breast Lift can bring breasts back to life by repositioning where they sit on your chest. Women choose to receive a Breast Lift for many reasons, including:
- Pregnancy and breast feeding has caused breasts to sag and lose shape.
- Weight loss has caused breasts to lose their fullness and become less perky.
- Skin has lost elasticity with age, causing breasts to sag.
Much like breasts, Breast Lifts come in many shapes and sizes.
- Crescent Lift
- Benelli Lift
- Lollipop Lift
- Anchor Lift
Discover if a Breast Lift procedure best suits your needs with the help and expertise of your Personal Concierge. Once you’ve selected the perfect lift for you, we can better understand your financial and surgical needs.
Get started on your Guaranteed Approved Financing today when you call A Perfect Body to schedule your COMPLIMENTARY CONSULT.
Once you have worked carefully with your Personal Concierge to select from our highly qualified network of Board Certified Plastic Surgeons, we’ll schedule a day to have your consultation with the Physician that falls in line with your program and your schedule.
Breast Lift Basics
- Breast Lift procedure lifts the breast by repositioning the tissue and allowing the skin to re-drape in its new position.
- The procedure raises the height of the nipple and areola, producing a more youthful contour.
- Breast augmentation can be performed simultaneously to increase fullness and size.
- Incisions range from the circumareolar incision (the incision is made around the nipple-areolar complex only), to the vertical incision (the incision is made around the nipple-areolar complex and vertically below it), and the traditional incision (an incision is made around the nipple-areolar complex, vertically below the breast, and horizontally along the inferior aspect of the breast).
- Technique and incision used is based upon the amount of lift desired.
- The procedure takes two to three hours under general anesthesia, and most patients are able to return home following the procedure.
- Recovery can take from two to four months.