The most common breast aging and post pregnancy and breast feeding complaint that I hear is, “Why do my breasts look like saggy and deflated?” This phenomenon of your breasts deflating and becoming saggy is related to suspensory ligaments, called Cooper’s ligaments; you can think of Cooper’s ligaments as supporting cables that extend from your muscles, through your glands, and attach to your skin.

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The most common breast aging and post pregnancy and breast feeding complaint that I hear is, “Why do my breasts look like deflated sox?” This phenomenon of your breasts deflating and becoming saggy is related to suspensory ligaments, called Cooper’s ligaments; you can think of Cooper’s ligaments as supporting cables that extend from your muscles, through your glands, and attach to your skin.

The technique used today for breast lift surgery focuses on retaining all of your tissues underneath the skin. Your nipple and areola are raised to an optimal position and only the skin is trimmed out in order to bring back your youthful breast skin appearance.
Following a breast lift surgery you should expect:
1) optimal nipple and areola position
2) ideal areola diameter (ranges between 4 to 5cm)
3) medial cleavage
4) upper pole fullness
5) perky breasts with a youthfull skin appearance.

If you would like to rejuvenate your breast appearance by having a breast lift procedure, we encourage you to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Mowlavi. If you are unsure regarding whether you would benefit from having a breast implant augmentation at the same time as your lift, you will have the opportunity to discuss this with Dr. Mowlavi following your personalized breast sizing session during your initial consultation.

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