Mastopexy is also popularly known as breas-T lift procedure most commonly sought by women experiencing sagging breas-T, causing the loss of youthful appearance of the breas-T. A mastopexy can raise the breas-T tissue making it look shapelier and youthful. Additionally, large areola (dark skin around the nipple) can be addressed (reduced) at the same time.
More and more women are nowadays opting for a mastopexy as it rejuvenates the feminine profile that appears more youthful and uplifted after the surgery. Many things can be done to achieve breas-T lift. But choice needs to be tailored according to an individual's breas-T anatomy. Experience and proper training are required to understand the breas-T anatomy of the patient and tailoring the procedure according to patients' needs.
There will be scars, but those scars will slowly fade to thin line with time.
We follow the breas-T auto augmentation technique to achieve breas-T lift, in which breas-T tissue is realigned in a way that lower pole of the breas-T is lifted to give medial/cleavage fullness. But it needs a proper assessment of the patient, that which patient is best suited for which surgery.
There will be a dramatic change in shape and size and position immediately. But becoming pregnant can affect the results and can cause a change in shape.