Lift Your Spirits and Your Breasts
Posted September 06, 2016 in Breast Lift
More often than not, the aging process can feel incredibly discouraging. When your face begins to droop, your breasts sag, or your waistline bulges, your spirits are frequently dampened. Breast lift surgery is a simple way to lift both your spirits and your sagging breasts while boosting your appearance and self-confidence.
The Effects of Aging on the Breasts
When women are young, their breasts tend to be perky, firm, and well-positioned. However, over time, gravity, aging and childbirth slowly stretch out the skin and cause the breasts to sag. During pregnancy and nursing, most women experience swelling and subsequent deflating of their breasts. Women with multiple pregnancies can expect an even more noticeable degree of breast sagging. Just as firm, perky breasts are associated with youthfulness, the opposite may diminish self-confidence and cause you to look older and less attractive than you ought. If you are bothered by the appearance and feel of your sagging breasts, you may want to consider breast lift surgery.
Breast Lift Surgery Can Lift You Up
The breast lift procedure surgically corrects breast sagging to improve their appearance. Dr. Boyd will remove excess skin, raise each breast mound, tighten the remaining tissues, and reposition the nipples so that they look more natural and youthful in their position on the chest wall. He can also resize the nipple-areolar complexes if required. The results of your breast lift will give you a more natural and attractive appearance and will help you look and feel more youthful. While the procedure is designed to produce primarily aesthetic results, the results of breast lift surgery can also lift your spirits along with your breasts. You may experience greater self-confidence, a more positive self-image, and a better quality of life after breast lift surgery.
Dr. Brian Boyd is a board-certified plastic surgeon who is pleased to help any woman in need of breast lift surgery. To schedule your personal consultation, call our office at (310) 597-4734 or fill out our online contact form today.