Breast Lifts: Experienced Plastic Surgeon in Stuart
As time passes, nearly all women start to see a transformation in their breasts. Variations in the breast frequently come to be more obvious after menopause. This is due to the reduction of the female hormone, estrogen. These changes possibly will be:
- Loss of breast dimensions and ampleness
- Diminished suppleness of the skin around the breast
- Drooping and slumping of the breasts
- Flattening of the breast curve
- Retraction or reversal of the nipple
- Steady reduction in breast size
A breast lift is a practice that can reinstate a more elevated and youthful silhouette. A breast lift, also known as Mastopexy, augments the breast form, eliminates extra skin, and raises the breast.
Is a Breast Lift Right for Me?
A characteristic breast lift patient is a woman whose breasts have mislaid dimensions and has started to droop. Though there is a predominant idea that breast lifts are solely for women with age-linked drooping of the breasts, this is not true. For numerous women, drooping of breast tissue can start to happen at a young age. The first step in decided if a Mastopexy is right for you, is to consult Dr. Fasano at his Stuart, Florida office. He will discuss your goals and the procedure thoroughly so you can make the best decision for your body.
How is a Breast Lift Performed?
There are numerous variations of the Mastopexy technique. Dr. Fasano will evaluation your specific body and goals to devise a unique and personalized plan for your surgery.
Prior to the procedure, Dr. Fasano will define where the incisions will be and produce a guide for your procedure. Once local anesthesia with sedation has been dispensed, the incisions are completed along the marks. There are numerous shared outlines used for a Mastopexy and the outline used for your process will rest on the specific dimensions and qualities of your body.
Additional breast skin and tissue is then detached. The remaining skin and fat are altered to an elevated position. The nipples and areola are usually shifted higher, too. The nipples are not typically detached throughout this procedure, and generally remain joined to the breast tissue throughout. When Dr. Fasano has reformed the breasts, the incisions are stitched closed and the residual skin is tautened.
After your surgery, the breasts will be enfolded in medical gauze and a distinct medical bra or compression vestment. As with any surgery, inflammation, bruising, and tenderness might arise at the start of your breast lift healing period. This is managed with medications. Any sensitivity or discomfort should start to diminish within a few days. After a few weeks, most of the inflammation will dissolve and the recently elevated location of the breasts will be more noticeable. Contingent on the patient and their career, most breast lift patients normally return to work in a few days to a week following surgery.