Breast Lift – Mastopexy Surgery by Mohamad H. Bazzi, M.D.


Definition And Introduction Of Breast Lift

Breast lift mastopexy surgery is a surgical procedure meant to raise and improve the shape of sagging breasts by removing the excess or extra skin and repositioning the entire breast tissue to a much higher position.  The main goal and aim of the procedure is to basically provide firmer, rounded breast that will rejuvenate your entire body shape or figure by giving you a brand new youthful contour.  The location and the size of the scars will be determined by the amount of extra breast skin tissue that will be cut or removed.

Following the removal of the excess skin, the surgeon will go ahead and tighten the neighboring or surrounding breast tissues so as to reshape and off-course support the new breast shape or contour.  Statistics has now revealed that many women are now embracing the procedure with a significant growth of up to seventy percent ever since the year 2000. On the contrary, the numbers of women going for breast implants have started to decrease significantly and one of the major explanations could be many of them are going for breast lifting surgeries.  In some special cases, the breast areola part usually gets enlarged or bigger with time and this surgical procedure can mitigate or arrest this condition as well.

What are some of the things that will make you a candidate of breast lift surgery?

The older woman grows, the youthful firm and shape of their breast begins to disappear and their breasts become less firm and the skin loses its elasticity. A number of factors have been attributed to be responsible for these changes and some of them include aging, effects of gravity over time, heredity, weight fluctuations, breastfeeding and also pregnancy. Most of these etiologies are of physiological origin and not of pathological origin.

Therefore, if you find yourself to be having some pendulous or sagging breasts that are devoid of any substance or firmness you do qualify for this procedure. In addition, if your nipples are very low and are pointing or facing downward, you also are a good fit for the breast lift .. more details at http://www.bazziplasticsurgery.com/procedures/breast-lift/.

The breasts lift surgical procedure

The procedures will involve a variety of incisions in different patterns and techniques depending on a number of factors that do vary from one woman to another. Your breast size, your areola position and size as well, the degree or extent of your breast sagging, and finally the quality and elasticity of your skin and the amount of the extra and excess skin.  The procedure basically follows a few steps from anesthesia administration, making of the incisions, reshaping of the breasts, and closing of all of the incisions that had been made.

When to expect the results

The results are usually almost immediately visible to you and you should not worry about any post-surgical swellings as they will all go down over time. The incisional lines that had been made on your breast will as well fade away with time. You should always keep or stay healthy and monitor your body weight, making sure that you keep it in check will greatly help in prolonging the results for a much longer  time.

Risks involved with the procedure

Make sure that the benefits out weight the risks and complications before you get on to sign the consent form. Some of the potential risks include infection, poor healing of the incisions, bleeding or hematoma, breast asymmetry, fat necrosis, anesthesia risks, fluid accumulation, deep vein thrombosis and other cardiac & pulmonary complications among other risks. A few women will want to put an implant in addition to the breast lift procedure which will help in guaranteeing better and quality results.  The important thing is to take your time and make the right decision and talk to a board certified plastic surgeon like Michele A Shermak MD if you so wish to follow through it. The procedure could also be expensive and so you need to make sure that you have the right finances and planning for it.

Mohamad H. Bazzi, M.D.
42680 Ford Road, Canton, Michigan 48187
734-844-5700
http://www.bazziplasticsurgery.com