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Published on Jul 13, 2016
What are the different incisions made during a breast lift procedure, and what do they look like? Dr. Caridi of Westlake Plastic Surgery in Austin, Texas explains the two most common options and shows where the incisions are made and what the scars may look like after the procedure.
A breast lift is a reshaping procedure that does not use a breast implant. Your surgeon will adjust the skin and tissue of the breast and relocate the nipple-areola complex so the breast looks more youthful and attractive. In the ideal patient, the results are very satisfying. A breast lift – or mastopexy – is a procedure that tightens and lifts the breasts. There are many variants on the procedure that can be used to achieve this goal, the most common being a “vertical” approach that results in a lollipop shaped scar.
There are many proposed alternatives that use the term “breast lift”. The most reliable procedures result in a scar that is shaped like a lollipop or an anchor. A breast lift doesn’t add to the top of the breast, it only shapes the bottom. Breast lifts are ideal for patients who have smaller breasts with good skin quality and don’t want breast implants.
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