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Published on Jan 31, 2018
Breast lift, breast reduction, breast augmentation, Benelli lift, internal lift, crescent lift... There are so many names for different procedures, but what you probably want to know is: "how can I have higher, tighter breasts" that look like they did before kids or gravity had their say. Dr. Caridi, a leading surgeon in the development of advanced cosmetic surgery techniques, describes the BAR - or breast augmentation and reduction - in just a minute and a half.
The actual BAR procedure combines a breast lift with a breast augmentation in a single session. The procedure itself take about two hours. A “vertical” approach to the breast lift is almost always used, which means the final scar is small and shaped like a lollipop. The “anchor” scar approach is uncommon.
The breast implant that you will have chosen beforehand is placed below the muscle, establishing the new foundation of the breast, which will always be higher on the chest. The breast lift is then performed to rotate the nipple-areola complex to the most ideal position on the face of the new breast. Finally, excess skin and tissue are removed to tighten the breast and optimize the shape.
Who is the ideal candidate for a Breast Augmentation and Reduction?
- You like the sound of “higher, tighter and perkier” breasts - You are considering a breast reduction but like the superior results offered by a Breast Lift with Implants - Your breasts have become saggy over time with a loss of superior breast fullness - You want more up top and less on the bottom