If your breasts are sagging, you may be a better candidate for a breast lift.
Sometimes you don’t really need breast augmentation, just a higher, perkier position. A breast lift might be a better option for you if you are experiencing drooping breasts.
As the years pass, women’s breasts sag for several reasons:
When the breasts are larger and heavier, they sag more readily and lose their youthful shape and positioning. A breast lift (known as a mastopexy) restores that shape and positioning without adding any volume to the breast size. It can also reduce enlarged areolas. Your body profile will be more uplifted and younger-looking.
A breast lift, being fairly major surgery, is not something to rush into. If you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss the possibility, please call us. Not everyone is a good candidate. During a consultation for a breast lift Vancouver plastic surgeon Dr. Workman carefully screens his patients to ensure that he only operates on qualified candidates who will recover properly from the procedure.
Questions that you may be asked during the your breast lift consultation:
Be sure to answer all questions truthfully, for your own sake. Dr. Workman will evaluate your general health, examine your breasts, take their exact dimensions, and discuss your options. If you decide to go ahead with a breast lift in Portland, he will explain your risks and likely outcome.
Note: You may need to have further medical evaluation or testing done, adjustments to your medications, another mammogram, and changes in drugs or supplements you take. Dr. Workman will give you instructions for self-care afterward, and will arrange follow-up appointments.
It will be performed in our AAAASF nationally certified operating room as an outpatient procedure. Most patients receive general anesthesia during the operation.
Dr. Workman will provide clear in-depth instructions of this process. There will be bruising and swelling at first, but it will subside. You will need to protect your incision sites from undesired motion, impact or abrasion. Vancouver breast lift patients will be given directions on how to care for the dressings, when to shower, etc. Be sure to go to your follow-up visits so Dr. Workman can monitor your recovery.
All surgeries bring certain risks, such as excess bleeding, infection, blood clots, and excess fluid retention. Through proper care, these risks can usually be avoided. Implants may need to be replaced: It’s important to know that breast implants are not designed to last a lifetime. You should plan for an annual examination by your plastic surgeon to see if the implants need to be replaced. Service areas include: Vancouver, Seattle, Redmond, Kennewick, Bellevue, Richland, Pasco, Camas and Walla Walla Washington. We also service patients in Portland, Beaverton, Salem, Hillsboro, Gresham, Tigard, Milwaukie, Eugene, Lake Oswego, Bend, Aloha, Corvallis and Tualatin. If you are interested in learning more about the breast lift procedure, or if you want to schedule a consultation, please contact our offices today!
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