Pregnancy, weight changes, and breastfeeding are all changes to the body that can result in unwanted changes to the breasts. Women in the area of Show Low, AZ who are unhappy with the fullness, positioning, and overall appearance of their breasts have the option to speak to providers at Olack Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to determine if they could benefit from certain surgical procedures Our practice encourages patients to discuss the benefits of procedures such as the breast lift to help in lifting, volumizing and improving the natural breasts with surgery.
What Is A Breast Lift?
A breast lift, also known as a mastopexy procedure, is a common plastic surgery solution for women who are unhappy with the appearance of their breasts. When changes occur to the body, the breasts can look deflated, small, or drooping. In situations such as this, a provider at Olack Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery can discuss with women the benefits of undergoing a breast lift. A breast lift may include the removal of excess skin to bring the breasts upward, while possibly providing breast implants at the same time. The breast implants are used to add volume that may have been lost while ensuring a very feminine body contour. For women with small and sagging breasts, combining an augmentation procedure at the same time as the mastopexy is common.
Am I A Candidate For A Breast Lift?
Changes in the shape and size of our body can result in changes to other parts of the body. When women feel they have lost their feminine appearance due to deflation or sagging of the breasts after pregnancy, breastfeeding, or weight loss, they are often interested in learning more about this procedure. During a consultation appointment, our providers can evaluate a patient to determine if the results they desire can be achieved with the use of mastopexy surgery.
Schedule A Visit With The Team At Olack Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery Today!
Speak to our specialists in Show Low, AZ to discuss the advantages of undergoing a breast lift to improve volume, size, and positioning. Our professionals welcome patients in the community to call at (928) 537-6767 and visit at 2450 East Show Low Lake Road, Ste. #2A.