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How to Put the Biggest BOOst in Your Breasts This Fall

If you’re on a quest for better breasts, you may have more options than you think. Rather than simply going for breast augmentation, you may benefit from a breast lift instead, or a combination of both. The most suitable procedure will depend on a variety of factors, such as the results you want to achieve and the dimensions of your body. There’s no one size fits all and that’s exactly as it should be. After all, you’re unique and that uniqueness should be celebrated! To get you started, there are a few points to consider when deciding between a breast augmentation or one with a breast lift too.

Breast Augmentation with Breast Lift

It’s quite normal for women to find their breasts lose some perkiness as they age, or perhaps due to pregnancy or fluctuating weight. While breast augmentation can help to restore lost volume, breast implants won’t prevent sagging. To benefit from fuller, perkier breasts, your cosmetic surgeon may recommend that you opt for breast augmentation with breast lift added to restore a more youthful appearance. To make sure you get the best results possible, you should only ever work with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon with extensive experience in breast enhancement surgery.

Breast augmentation can’t correct drooping and a breast lift won’t add volume, so you may find you can get a bigger boost from combining procedures.

Breast Augmentation

One of the most commonly requested cosmetic surgery procedures, breast augmentation involves the use of breast implants to either restore lost volume or add volume to breasts that are smaller than you’re happy with. When you consult with your cosmetic surgeon, there will be some options for you to discuss and consider while making the decision about the most appropriate procedure to fit you and your requirements. This can include the choice between saline and silicone breast implants, the size of breast implant, whether to position your breast implants over or under the muscle and the possibility of adding breast lift to your breast augmentation, if both you and your cosmetic surgeon feel that’s the best way forward.

On a general note, aside from your individual circumstances, eligible candidates for breast augmentation tend to be those who are over 18 and unhappy with the size, symmetry or other aspect of breast appearance. You should also be in good health overall.

Breast Lift

It’s not always necessary to have breast augmentation with a breast lift, so you may find that you are more suitable for one procedure or the other, depending on what you want to achieve. A breast lift won’t make a huge difference to the size of your breasts, although you may find that it is changed slightly through the repositioning and lifting of the breast tissue. Your cosmetic surgeon will explain the specifics of your procedure during your initial consultation but, to give you some idea of what to expect, a typical breast lift will involve reshaping the breast tissue to create a perkier silhouette, perhaps also repositioning the nipple.

During breast lift surgery, your cosmetic surgeon will make an incision, normally following the crease below your breast and another around the areola, then shape the breast tissue and tighten the connecting tissue. Your breasts will look perkier and feel firmer without the use of breast implants.

 

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