For women who want to improve the shape, size, and position of their breasts, breast implants are often seen as the only solution. However, more and more people are recognizing the unique benefits of a mastopexy, also known as a breast lift.
Recommendations from family, friends, and friends of friends go a long way, especially those of former patients of the surgeon. If you have questions or concerns, share them and get the answers you need to feel comfortable.
Breast lifts and implants can improve your confidence and help give you a fantastic shape. Wondering which is right for your body, or if both may be in order? Let’s learn about each procedure to help you make the right decision.
Women who are considering breast implant surgery often worry about scarring. There is an obvious reason for this, as scarring can diminish the youthful, natural appearance of breasts, and cause women to become self-conscious about their appearance – defeating the purpose of breast implants in the first place.
Recovery from breast augmentation surgery might seem intimidating, but with the right care, the right follow-up, and the right steps, you can actually return to your active lifestyle pretty quickly.
Determining whether or not to get breast augmentation is a serious decision. Whether you’ve already decided to take the leap, or you’re still weighing the pros and cons, it helps to have information about every aspect of the procedure.
The decision to undergo breast augmentation surgery is one filled with questions – from whether or not to have the procedure to choosing the type of implant, to deciding the right-size implant. It’s the last item that can often be the most confusing. As with many medical issues, the best offense is to do your homework and to maintain an open, detailed dialogue with your physician.
There’s no question: anti-aging fillers and injectables (such as Juvéderm, Botox/Dysport, and Sculptra) can take years off your face—and your look—with zero surgery and little to no downtime. Using these anti-aging fillers and injectables can delay the need for the more invasive face lift that used to be the anti-aging “treatment” of choice.
Sometimes it doesn’t take surgery to feel better about your breasts. Sometimes all it takes is the right-fitting bra. Understanding how a bra should fit is something every woman should learn—and something that I highlight here.
New York-based plastic surgeon Tracy Pfeifer, M.D. explains why labiaplasty is becoming more popular among women today—and what occurs during the procedure.