Sagging Breasts

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Find out What you can do to add a little lift to your breasts

As the years pass, there’s something that we can all expect to happen. Sagging breasts are a common complaint of many women each year. Thanks to larger breasts, hereditary, a fluctuation in hormones, a loss of volume, childbirth, breastfeeding and just the natural wear and tear of life and pull of gravity, can have your breasts going lower than you ever thought possible. When it starts to happen, you can feel kind-of blindsided, like where did this come from and how did this happen. And trust us, there’s no lift-up bra that can make it all go away. If you feel like your breasts have started pointing downward, there are a few things you can do to fight back. Here’s what you need to know about sagging breasts.

Why Sagging Stinks

Though it’s a perfectly natural thing to happen to your body and though everyone goes through it at some point, it can be really frustrating to the aging process. We all want tighter, fuller, perkier breasts and when that starts to fade, it can be really disheartening. Sagging breasts can:

  • make you look different in your clothes
  • make you lose confidence in the bedroom
  • make you feel annoying and bothersome on your body, like something is out of place
  • You might dislike the way you look in a bathing suit
  • miss the freedom of not wearing a bra around the house
If this sounds like you, it’s time to do something about it and restore your breasts to their previous glory.

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REVERSING THE DESCENT. HERE ARE YOUR OPTIONS:

You don’t have to live with breast that you’re unhappy with. Let us introduce you to the surgeries you can choose to help restore lift and volume and help your breasts look better than they’ve ever looked before.

1. BREAST LIFT

Known as a mastopexy, a breast lift procedure helps remove excess fat and skin and reducing sagginess in the breasts. It works by shaping and lifting the breast tissue and then securing the areola in the new lifted position. The results are exciting and natural.

2.BREAST REDUCTION 

​Larger breasts are more prone to sag simply due to their heavier weight. When breast reduction is used in conjunction with a lift or augmentation, the surgery remove excess fat. Then extra skin and tissue is removed and the breasts are lifted into their new smaller, raised form.

3. BREAST AUGMENTATION WITH LIFT

An augmentation mammoplasty , also known as “breast lift with augmentation” uses implants to shape and enlarge the breasts giving a more lifted, youthful appearance. This type of surgery is used in conjunction with a breast lift for optimal results.

4. BREAST AUGMENTATION

Breast augmentation surgery is commonly performed to increase breast size. This breast augmentation surgery can help to restore breast shape. You may want to provide symmetry to uneven breasts, restore volume after breastfeeding or reach a desired cup size.

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Lifted Breasts for a New YoU

Choosing to have a breast procedure that restores your confidence and provides you with great looking breasts is a winning scenario for all involved. Our team loves to talk with you about the reasons breast sagging may occur and the best ways we can fix it. If you have tried working out and eating right and you’re finished having children, it may be the best time to schedule a cosmetic breast surgery consultation to help you start the process of finding a new look for you.

Cosmetic Breast Lift at Pure Plastic Surgery 

Contact the medical team at Pure Plastic Surgery to book a consultation or ask questions about your options to correct sagging breasts. Our plastic surgeons are experienced in correcting sagging breasts using a variety of techniques. During a consultation, the surgeon will listen to your goals and how you would like your breasts to look. With that information they will be able to select the appropriate procedures and create a plan to get the look you desire.  View our before and after photo gallery.

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