Category Archives: Breast Lift

Breast Lift Incision Options

When considering a breast lift in Indiana, the incision placement is very important. Both the location and pattern of the incision play a part in the degree of lift that can be achieved. At my practice, the two most common options I use are the anchor-shaped incision and the “donut” incision, with or without a vertical incision. Anchor-Shaped Incisions The…

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Lift Your Spirits and Appearance with a Breast Lift

In Bloomington and Champaign, breast lift procedures are frequently requested by women who want to enhance their appearance and improve their self-esteem. Pregnancy, nursing, or weight loss can result in lost breast volume as well as sagging. When women’s breasts begin to look deflated or sag, it can impact them both physically and psychologically. Reasons like these are why many…

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Anchor (Incisions) Away! Advantages of Short-Scar Breast Lifts/Reductions

I see many women who would like to reshape their breasts or reduce their breast size. In our Louisiana practice, breast enhancement surgery (breast lift or breast reduction) can provide very pleasing results for these women, but, scarring is a common concern. Anchor Incisions One of the most common techniques for breast lifts and breast reductions involves an anchor-shaped incision.…

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Thermage® & Titan®: Not for Breast Lift

Some have suggested that a breast lift can be accomplished using non-surgical skin tightening treatments such as Thermage® and Titan®. While these treatments can have a skin-tightening effect, they aren’t anywhere near as effective as a breast lift. To prove this, I think the best thing to do is to describe how these treatments work and then describe what they…

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Is Breast Lift “Permanent”?

As a cosmetic plastic surgeon I’m always on the lookout for techniques that help my Indiana breast lift patients’ results last as long as possible, but the reality is that for a few patients, a breast lift won’t be completely “permanent.” For most of my patients, breast lift surgery results do last for many years, and in many cases they…

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