San Francisco Breast Lift Surgery
If you’re considering breast lift surgery in San Francisco:
All women’s breasts change over time: from pregnancy and breast feeding, to weight fluctuations, to gravity and aging. By nature, over time breasts tend to lose their youthful shape and firmness although even very young women may experience loose, sagging breasts simply from heredity.
Breast lift surgery helps restore the firmness and youthful shape of a woman’s breasts by removing excess skin and by tightening the surrounding tissue. A breast lift may also reduce the size of the areola (the pigmented skin surrounding the nipple) if it has become enlarged over time.
In this section, you will discover:
- What you can realistically expect from breast lift surgery.
- Whether you’re a candidate for a breast lift.
- The best options and alternatives available to you.
- How the mastopexy procedure is done.
Once you’ve reviewed the benefits and surgical procedures of a breast lift you’ll want to set up a consultation visit with Dr. Mosser in his San Francisco plastic surgery office to discuss your specific goals.
In this relaxed environment, he will be able to explain to you:
- Whether or not you’re a candidate for a breast lift.
- The alternatives for meeting your specific goals.
- The step-by-step procedure that you will undergo.
- The outcome you can reasonably expect along with risks and possible complications of breast lift surgery.
The medical term for a breast lift is mastopexy. The goal of the procedure is to uplift and improve the shape of a female breast, while also giving the breast greater firmness. For women who want to increase the size of their breasts, implants may be inserted at the time of breast lift surgery.
San Francisco patients often request that their breast lift be paired with a tummy tuck or liposuction. Generally speaking, the Breast Lift procedure is useful to any woman who could describe these conditions:
- Breasts which sag, even though they are proportionate to her body frame.
- Breasts that have a flat, elongated shape and nipples that point downward.
- Breasts which fall below the breast crease when unsupported.
- Breasts which have lost their firmness, apparent in the reduced elasticity of their skin.
- Breasts that are asymmetrical, where one hangs lower than the other.
Learn about the Best Candidates for Breast Lift in San Francisco.