Is a Breast Lift the Secret to a Great-Fitting Bikini Top?

149353961.jpgSummer may have drawn to a close, but you may already be planning some fun in the sun over the holidays or into next year. If droopy breasts are getting in the way of your swimwear game, a breast lift may be just what you need.

Restores Breasts to a Youthful Position

Pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss and aging can all cause breasts that were once perky to sag. The breast tissue can become stretched, and in extreme cases breasts can resemble tennis balls in a pair of tube socks.

   A breast lift removes excess skin and elevates the breasts to a higher, more youthful position on the chest wall.

Helps the Nipples Find Their Way Back Home

When breasts sag, they tend to take the nipples with them as a kind of collateral damage. If you find that your nipples and areola point downward rather than front and center, or sit below the breast crease, a breast lift can address this issue. A breast lift can reposition the nipple and areola for a more aesthetic breast appearance.

Creates Balance in Crooked Breasts

Breast asymmetry is a common cosmetic concern for many women. While one breast may appear firm and shapely, the other may droop or be aesthetically unpleasing. A breast lift, also known as mastopexy, can reshape problem breasts for a more balanced, proportionate appearance.

Whether you’ve got a cruise scheduled for the winter holidays or you just want to plan ahead for next summer, a breast lift can reshape and reposition your breasts for a more flattering figure. Some women may be candidates for a breast lift with implants. After your breast enhancement procedure, you may want to flaunt your results in a new bikini top.


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Is a Breast Lift the Secret to a Great-Fitting Bikini Top?
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Is a Breast Lift the Secret to a Great-Fitting Bikini Top?
Dr. Alexander Nein, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in Nashville, explores the benefits that a breast lift can offer women in need of a pick-me-up.
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Nein Plastic Surgery
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