Breast Lift with Breast Augmentation (BBA w Mastopexy) Toronto, New York
Pregnancy, weight loss and hereditary factors can result in droopy, asymmetrical or deflated looking breasts. In many cases, breast augmentation or breast lift surgery performed on their own will not sufficiently restore the breasts to the plump, lifted, firmer and more youthful appearance that a patient desires. Breast lift surgery performed alone can result in a reduction of the patient’s overall cup size- for this reason the procedure is often combined with breast implants (bilateral breast augmentation) to achieve the most aesthetically pleasing and natural looking result. Dr. Born is one of the most experienced breast augmentation surgeons in the U.S and Canada and is known for ensuring the most natural and beautiful look and feel for his Breast Lift with Breast Augmentation patients.
What is Breast Lift / Mastopexy with Breast Augmentation Surgery?
Breast augmentation using silicone or saline filled implants can help some patients achieve a fuller cup size, firmer and more symmetrical breasts, and better positioning for a more youthful and aesthetically pleasing breast contour. When this procedure is combined with a Mastopexy (breast lift), droopy breasts that have been stretched as a result of pregnancy, breast feeding, weight loss or aging can be restored to a higher, more lifted position with a firmer look and feel. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and takes somewhere between 2 to 3 hours to complete depending on the complexity of the case. There are many techniques for performing BBA with Mastopexy; the technique utilized by Dr. Born is determined by several factors including the patient’s breast size and shape, skin quality, amount of loose or excess skin as well as the position and size of the nipples and areolas. For more detail on Bilateral Breast Augmentation surgery click here; for Breast Lift/ Mastopexy surgery click here.
Am I a candidate for Breast Lift / Mastopexy with Breast Augmentation Surgery?
Candidates for BBA with Mastopexy range in age from 18-70 years of age as long as they are in good health and fit for surgery under general anesthetic. Women who meet the following criteria are generally good candidates for Mastopexy:
- Sagging, low hanging breasts
- Breast asymmetry (one breast hangs lower than the other)
- Tubular or misshapen breasts
- Flat or “deflated” looking breasts
- Nipples that point downward and/or stretched, enlarged areolas
- Wish to enhance a smaller cup size for a fuller, rounder breast contour
If you are planning to have children it is advisable to postpone Mastopexy surgery as pregnancy and breast feeding can result in stretching of the skin and breast tissues.
Why should I choose Dr. Born to perform my Breast Lift / Mastopexy with Breast Augmentation Surgery?
Dr. Born has performed thousands of BBA with Mastopexy surgeries throughout his medical career and is regarded as one the most accomplished cosmetic plastic surgeons in the industry. His knowledge and expertise is matched by a personal interest in the goals, concerns and comfort for all patients under his care. Moving forward with any surgery is a monumental decision for a woman, and knowing that your surgeon is experienced, prepared and on the same page as you is crucial. Dr. Born understands the nuances of this surgery and his advanced technique will ensure a beautiful, more youthful look and feel to your breasts that suits your body frame and your modern, unique lifestyle.
What are the risks of Breast Lift / Mastopexy with Breast Augmentation Surgery?
It is important to remember that this surgery is not for everyone. Side effects can include swelling, bruising, numbness, inflammation or infection around the incision, post operative bleeding and capsular contraction (hardening of the breast tissue). You can help minimize certain risks by following the advice and instructions of your plastic surgeon, both before and after your surgery. Dr. Born will discuss in detail all of the potential risks associated with your breast lift surgery during your private consultation. Our pre-operative screening process is designed to determine if you are an ideal candidate for surgery so that we may avoid complications in the future. To view a complete list of complications associated with surgery performed under general anesthetic, click here.