Is a Breast Lift Right for Me?
April 3, 2017
Life brings about many changes to your body. As a woman, you will go through more than you can imagine. This especially holds true if you are fortunate enough to have a baby. Over the years, you may notice more curves. Your hips may become a bit wider. Your abdomen may not be as flat as it used to be. Your breasts will go through the greatest transformation, swelling and getting smaller over the course of time. You may notice that your bust has begun to droop as you get older. If you feel that your sagging breasts are taking away from your appearance, a breast lift could work for you.
Are You a Good Candidate for a Breast Lift?
Consider a breast lift if you are tired of watching your breasts sag. A breast lift can ensure that your breasts no longer hang down too low. You want your body to be at a point that it is stable before turning to our plastic surgeon for a breast lift. Weight loss and the strains of pregnancy will change the shape of your bust. You want to have a good baseline before you make any changes to any part of your body.
What Happens During Breast Lift Surgery?
Our surgeon is going to tailor your procedure according to your wants and needs. Breast lifts are not one-size-fits-all; the exact details of each procedure vary from patient to patient. With that being said, during a typical breast lift procedure, your breast tissue will be sculpted in order to restore its shape.
While you are recovering at home, be prepared for some downtime. Be good to yourself during this time and make sure to follow our team’s instructions regarding healing. Watch your amount of physical activity. You need to allow your body to heal Once you have fully recovered, you can enjoy the results of your procedure.
See Our Plastic Surgeon About a Breast Lift
A breast lift can give you the opportunity to feel good about your bust again. If your breasts are hanging down and making you feel unattractive, Dr. Pryor at Transformations Plastic Surgery can fix your problem. You need to begin with a consultation at our office in Rockford. Our surgeon can evaluate the condition of your breasts and talk about how this procedure may be the best choice for you. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to learn more!