Breast lifts, or mastoplexy, work to raise sagging or drooping breasts to restore them to their natural, youthful state. This procedure combats the effects of gravity, aging, pregnancy, weight loss, and more by renewing the curvature of your breasts and giving you back your womanly figure.
At Ederra Bella, we know many women begin to worry about aging early on, which can make them feel worse about their appearance. A breast lift rejuvenates your body to help you feel better about yourself and the way you look. This boost in self-esteem can work wonders for a woman, affecting every part of her life from the way she carries herself and what she wears, to her mental health and physical well-being.
Breast Lift with Breast Augmentation or Breast Reduction
While a breast lift can restore a natural curvature and shape to your breasts, many women choose to undergo a breast augmentation or breast reduction procedure at the same time.
Women with larger breasts often complain of neck and back pain. Others feel unable to do exercise because of the extra stress of the weight of their breasts. Some women simply wish they could find clothing that fits them better. Breast reductions and breast lifts are often paired together because both procedures help reduce the appearance of a sagging bosom.
However, many other women choose to undergo breast augmentation at the same time as a breast lift. Women with smaller breasts often wish for a more feminine appearance, and they also struggle to find clothes that flatter their bodies. Some older women experience a loss of volume in their breasts, and they simply want to restore their appearance. Breast lifts and breast augmentations work well together to increase overall perkiness and breast shape.
Book an Atlanta Breast Lift Consultation
You shouldn’t have to worry about the appearance of your breasts. Get the bosom you’ve always wanted with a breast lift performed by board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Myla.
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