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Breast Lift

Fear of Scars in Breast lift and Reduction

One of the most common questions I get is: “What will the scars look like?” The word scar, in general, has a bad connotation and creates fear in most people. I prefer the term “incision ...

Do I Need a Lift with My Breast Reduction?

This is a popular question among many prospective breast reduction patients. To cut to the chase, every breast reduction includes a breast lift! The mechanics of a breast reduction procedure involve developing a “pedicle” of ...

Recovery from Augmentation-Mastopexy

The recovery process for an augmentation-mastopexy – also referred to as a breast lift with implants – will depend on whether the procedure was performed at one time or in two separate stages. Following a ...

Can I Receive a Mastopexy Without Implants?

This is a question I hear rather frequently from patients interested in mastopexy, a procedure more commonly referred to as breast lift surgery. The simple response is yes, you can absolutely receive a mastopexy without ...

Should I Receive Implants with My Breast Lift?

Are you considering mastopexy but don’t know whether or not you should receive implants in combination with your lift? You may benefit from a breast lift with implants – also known as an augmentation-mastopexy – ...

Benefits of Breast Augmentation with a Lift

Over time, the majority of women begin to experience some degree of drooping and/or volume loss in the breasts due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, changes in weight, or simply the process of aging. Depending on the ...

Breast Lift Scars

During breast lift surgery, incisions will typically be made circumferentially around the areola, vertically in the lower aspect of the breast, and horizontally along the inframammary fold of the breast. Like all surgical procedures requiring ...

My Unique Technique for Breast Lift Surgery

Breast lift surgery has traditionally (and still commonly today) been performed using an inferior pedicle wise approach. With this technique, most of the tissue removed comes from the top of the breast while tissue on ...