Category Archives: Breast Lift

4 Options for Breast Lift

Many women know that a breast lift in Atlanta will bring their breasts to a higher position on the chest and improve the breast shape. But what they may not know is that there are several different ways to perform a breast lift. Four of the most common are: Crescent Lift: As the name suggests, a crescent lift removes a…

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The ‘Right’ Incision for Breast Lifts

I typically recommend that patients do some research online, visiting reputable websites to learn about their potential procedures. This information can help people feel more comfortable about their decision to have surgery, and it will also pave the way for questions, such as which incision method is the best for a breast lift. As a board-certified plastic surgeon near Seattle,…

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Breast Enhancement after Weight Loss

Although weight loss is a great achievement, a significant loss can leave you with loose, saggy skin. We offer a range of options for breast enhancement after weight loss at South Bay Plastic Surgeons, and we customize every procedure to create beautiful, personalized results for each patient. For women in the Long Beach area, breast enlargement is not the only…

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Types of Breast Lift Incisions

Women are often surprised to see how I can customize a procedure to match a person’s body type and specific cosmetic needs. When performing a breast lift in Indiana, the type of incision I use depends on the degree of lifting that is required. Understanding your options can help you determine which method is best for you. Here’s an explanation…

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Understanding Breast Lifts

A number of women consider mastopexy, better known as breast lift in Atlanta when their breasts begin to show the physical signs caused by aging, gravity, heredity and pregnancy. Although this procedure is not intended to increase the size or upper volume of a woman’s breasts, it is a great tool for creating a youthful breast appearance. Breast lift incisions…

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