Mastopexy, often called a breast lift, is very popular with my Phoenix and Scottsdale patients who want to recapture their figures after childbirth, aging, or significant weight loss. Over time, the natural suspensory ligaments of the breasts are stretched by gravity. Understandably, women with larger breasts tend to notice sagging of the breasts more than women with smaller breasts. However, even smaller-breasted women can experience this problem. Childbirth and breastfeeding can also cause breast "involution," where the tissue inside the breasts shrinks, leaving a flatter, droopier breast. Losing significant amounts of weight can also give breasts a "deflated" appearance.
Breast Lift Scottsdale | Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon | Dr. Patti Flint
Jump to navigation. For many women, they feel it almost impossible to have those "perfect" breasts for an entire lifetime! With time, gravity, weight changes or childbirth, drooping or deflated breasts may change your body shape and proportion from what it once was. This breast "ptosis," as it's called, can lead to real challenges in many types of clothing. With breast lift surgery, experienced plastic surgeon Dr. John J. Corey can rejuvenate the shape, appearance and position of drooping breasts.
Breast Lift - Mastopexy
Some women are perfectly content with the size of their breasts, but because of aging and certain life events, are looking for a way to reinvigorate their breasts, resulting in a more youthful, perky appearance. A breast lift can help you achieve this goal and take years off your figure. With the expertise and proficiency that Scottsdale breast lift surgeon Dr. Women choose to have a breast lift, or mastopexy, in order to alter the changes that can transpire as a result of weight loss, pregnancy or aging. Using his vast experience, Dr.
Women typically choose to have a breast lift surgery to restore their youthful appearance after the effects of aging and gravity have caused sagging. Pregnancy, breast feeding and significant weight loss can also leave breasts stretched and sagging. A breast lift may help.