Let's talk about this. Every week I have patients who come to the office requesting more fullness in their breasts to give them a more youthful appearance 👙. Typically what they desire is to put more of the volume of their breasts up higher on the chest (upper pole fullness).
There are two ways to obtain this. Based on your anatomy and goals, I help you select which one is right for you. Check out the YouTube Video for more information.
If a patient is having sagging or drooping of the breast, they may need a breast lift to reshape the breast and lift it back up (check out my other YouTube video on do you need a lift with implants - https://youtu.be/b0qQsOGJj0I). With a breast lift only, we are always limited on how much of the volume we can keep and maintain at the top. This is really the critical distinction between a breast lift and a breast lift with breast implant. With natural breast tissue it will tend to fall to the bottom of the breast. Typically how much volume will stay at the top of the breast is usually age-related. For many woman, breast tissue changes from firm glandular tissue to a looser tissue. A good example of that is the IG post below where I compared a 19 year old breast lift patient results to a woman in her fifties.
If a patient is desiring significant upper pole fullness and their breasts are staring to pancake flatten (droopy and relatively flat), then I do recommend an implant to achieve long term upper pole fullness.
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