Breast Augmentation With Breast Lift

Many women, following birth of their children and breast-feeding, find that their breasts have deteriorated in terms of size, shape, and feel. As the skin loses its elasticity, the breasts tend to lose their shape and firmness and begin to sag. During pregnancy and breast feeding the volume of breasts significantly increases. The breast tissue shrinks once the breast feeding is stopped. Many times, the stretched skin during pregnancy fails to recoil because of loss of elasticity. These two factors combined together make breasts saggy and empty. Even without pregnancies the effects of time, gravity, and alternate weight gain and loss, can all take their toll. Occasionally, unfortunate young ladies who have not had children or even extreme changes in weight develop breasts which are inherently droopy, sagging and empty. A breast uplift or mastopexy combined with breast augmentation is a surgical procedure to reshape, tighten and raise saggy breasts along with regaining the lost breast volume.

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