Sagging and loss of firmness in the breasts after childbirth –a problem that many women face. It makes you complex and worried about your appearance. Many women’s breasts sag after pregnancy and breastfeeding: the glandular and fatty tissue of the breasts degenerates, the breasts droop downwards and lose their youthful shape. A similar effect is sometimes caused by losing more weight.
Breast lift surgery lifts the breasts by removing the excess skin and padding the surrounding tissue, creating a new youthful breast contour. There are several techniques for breast lift surgery. They are individually selected for each woman according to the shape of her breasts and the degree of sagging and preference. During the surgery, the contour of the breast is lifted to a higher position and the breasts take on a more youthful shape. Along with a breast lift, women often want to fill the volume of the breast. There are two ways to do this: fill them in with implants or use fat from elsewhere in the body.
If the breasts are slightly sagging, their shape can be corrected with drop-shaped implants by making an incision around the nipple-areola while removing the excess skin. This results in a slight change in the nipple’s position, an increase in the volume of the breast, and the scar remains only around the nipple-areola.
If the breasts are more sagging, an anchor or inverted T-shaped incision should be made. This incision allows the removal of more of the excess skin and breast gland at the lower pole of the breast. After surgery, the scar remains around the areola, vertically downwards from the areola and in the fold under the breast.