Breast Mastopexy Augmentation

Breast mastopexy augmentation, commonly referred to as a breast lift with augmentation, is a surgical procedure aimed at restoring youthful breast contours by lifting sagging tissues and enhancing volume with implants. This combined approach addresses both ptosis (sagging) and volume loss, resulting in fuller, perkier breasts that complement the overall body silhouette. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into the benefits, procedure, recovery, and more associated with breast mastopexy augmentation.

What is Breast Mastopexy Augmentation?

Breast mastopexy augmentation combines two procedures: breast lift (mastopexy) and breast augmentation. Mastopexy involves lifting and reshaping sagging breast tissues to achieve a more youthful position and contour. Augmentation, on the other hand, enhances breast volume and projection using implants. By combining these techniques, breast mastopexy augmentation offers comprehensive rejuvenation, addressing both ptosis and volume deficiency simultaneously.

Benefits of Breast Mastopexy Augmentation:

Breast mastopexy augmentation offers several advantages, including:

  • Lifted and reshaped breasts with improved projection and contour.
  • Enhanced breast volume and fullness.
  • Correction of sagging, drooping breasts due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, or aging.
  • Improved symmetry and proportion between breasts.
  • Boosted self-confidence and body image.
  • Customizable options for implant size, shape, and material to achieve desired results.

Who is a Good Candidate?

Ideal candidates for breast mastopexy augmentation are individuals who:

  • Experience sagging or drooping breasts with loss of volume.
  • Desire both lifting and augmentation to achieve their desired breast appearance.
  • Are in good overall health and have realistic expectations about the outcomes of the procedure.
  • Are non-smokers or willing to quit smoking before and after surgery to optimize healing and reduce complications.
  • Have fully developed breasts and stable body weight.
  • Are committed to following post-operative care instructions and attending follow-up appointments with Rejuuvmed surgeon.

How is the Breast Mastopexy Augmentation Procedure Done?

The breast mastopexy augmentation procedure involves the following steps:

  1. Consultation: Patient meets with Rejuuvmed surgeon to discuss their aesthetic goals, medical history, and surgical options for breast mastopexy augmentation.
  2. Implant selection: Patient and Rejuuvmed surgeon collaborate to choose the appropriate implant size, shape, and material based on their desired outcome and anatomical considerations.
  3. Surgical approach: Rejuuvmed surgeon performs breast mastopexy augmentation using a combination of mastopexy and augmentation techniques. The incisions for mastopexy are made to lift and reshape the breast tissue, while additional incisions for augmentation are made to insert the implants.
  4. Implant placement: The chosen implants are inserted either behind the breast tissue (subglandular placement) or behind the chest muscle (submuscular placement) to achieve the desired breast volume and projection.
  5. Closure: Once the lifting and augmentation procedures are completed, the incisions are meticulously closed with sutures or surgical tape, leaving behind minimal scarring that fades over time.

Recovery Time:

Recovery following breast mastopexy augmentation varies depending on the extent of the procedure and individual healing factors. Generally, patients can expect:

  • Swelling, bruising, and mild discomfort for the first week after surgery, which can be managed with prescribed pain medications and cold compresses.
  • Instructions for post-operative care, including wearing a supportive bra, avoiding strenuous activities, and attending follow-up appointments with Rejuuvmed surgeon.
  • Return to work and light activities within one to two weeks, with full healing and resolution of swelling occurring over several months.

Risk Factors:

While breast mastopexy augmentation is considered safe when performed by a qualified and experienced Rejuuvmed surgeon, potential risks and complications may include:

  • Bleeding, infection, or adverse reaction to anesthesia.
  • Poor wound healing or visible scarring.
  • Changes in nipple sensation or breast shape.
  • Implant-related complications such as capsular contracture or implant displacement.
  • Asymmetry between breasts.

Breast mastopexy augmentation offers a comprehensive solution for individuals seeking to rejuvenate their breasts by addressing both sagging and volume loss. If you’re considering breast mastopexy augmentation, consult with board-certified Rejuuvmed surgeon to discuss your options and develop a personalized treatment plan. 

With its combined lifting and augmentation techniques, breast mastopexy augmentation can help you achieve the beautiful, natural-looking breasts you desire and enhance your overall confidence and self-image.

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