Breast Lift

Sagging and deformations of the breasts are very uncomfortable for women both aesthetically and psychologically. Especially due to birth-giving, weight loss, breastfeeding, and various ailments, women may have sagging breasts. Therefore, as a result of these sagging breasts can lose their erect appearance. In such cases, the breast lift operation is performed to make the patients’ breasts look more aesthetically beautiful.

The breasts can become saggy over time, depending on age and gravity. This is entirely due to physiological factors. Although some non-surgical methods try to remove these sagging operations are not successful. One of the best methods to apply for a more permanent and successful solution is the breast lift procedure.

Breast Lift After & Before

What Are The Causes Of Breast Sagging ?

Causes of breast sagging include many factors. It has physiological causes as well as environmental factors. One of the reasons for breast sagging in women is the age factor. The development and aging of the body as age progresses cause breast sagging. As a result of this, hormonal changes are among the causes of breast sagging. After the birth-giving, breastfeeding and pregnancy process is also often cause to be encountered sagging breasts. Breast lift surgery is one of the most common treatments for breast cancer.

Aside from physiological factors, environmental factors can also lead to sagging. Gravity in particular causes women’s breasts to droop over time. These sagging, which occurs due to various reasons, can be removed by breast lift operations.

Before Breast Lift Surgery

There are some points that should be considered before breast lift surgery. First, surgeons will ask patients what their expectations are. If there are any health problems, hereditary disorders and habits such as smoking and alcohol, the surgeons will make a wide-scale and detailed preparation before the operation.

Before surgery, the sagging condition of the breasts is evaluated. After the tests are done, the techniques to be used in the breast lift operation are also decided. The higher the degree of sagging of the breasts, the more scars will remain on the chest. Therefore, before the operation, patients should receive information from the surgeons about the scars that will remain on the breasts.

How is Breast Lift Surgery Performed

The main purpose of breast lift surgery is to reshape the sagging tissue in the chest. During the surgery, the sagging tissue is removed and the nipple is brought to where it needs to be. The breast lift operation, which is performed under general anesthesia, takes 1-2 hours on average. The degree of sagging in the breast can also affect the duration of the operation.

After Breast Lift Surgery

After breast lift surgery, various pain may occur in the region after the anesthesia wears off. These pains that may occur are very usual and it is possible to get rid of them with a few days of medication. After a few weeks, these pain after surgery will be completely eliminated. In addition, it should be noted that there may be numbness, bruising and stiffness in the breast tissue after the operation.

Bandages are worn on the body parts of the patients after a successful surgery. However, patients are also asked to wear corsets. After the operation, there may be several daily restrictions on arm movements in patients. This situation is quite natural. In order for the region to recover more quickly and accurately, it is necessary to avoid certain movements. Surgeons will also advise patients on which movements and activities to stay away from. You can get detailed information from your surgeon before the operation about how long will it take to return to your daily life after surgery, when you can start work and when you can start taking showers.

Situations That Occur After Breast Lift Surgery

As with any surgery, some issues may occur after the breast lift operation. In cases such as bleeding and infection, patients should inform the surgeons immediately. These problems can be eliminated by the interventions of surgeons. After the surgery, various issues such as breastfeeding problems, late healing of breast wounds, allergic conditions may occur.

Allergic Reactions: Some patients may experience allergic reactions due to various products such as suture materials, pomade, and flaster used in breast lift operations.

Stiffness In Breasts: The stiffness caused by fat necrosis in the chest may also cause stiffness in the breasts.

Breastfeeding Problem: The nipple will be replaced in the breasts with a high degree of sagging. Therefore, problems such as breastfeeding may occur in patients.

Late Recovery: After breast lift surgery, the scars on the breasts may heal late. For this reason, all the procedures in the dressing process should be applied in a complete way. Excessive cigarette consumption can also cause wounds to heal late.

Does Sagging Occur Again After Surgery ?

After breast lift surgery, weight fluctuations, pregnancy, and various ailments can cause sagging in the breasts to occur again. It is important to know these conditions before and after surgery.

Are The Incision Lines Permanet Of Surgery ?

In patients with breast implants, 3.5 cm scar will remain in the lower area of the breast. However, this line will remain under the breast will not pose much of a problem for patients. In patients whose skin is removed from the chest, T, L and I  shaped scars will remain on the nipple. After the surgery, the incision lines are visible but will become fainter over time.

What Know About Breast Lift Surgery

  • The breast lift procedure does not change the size of the breasts.
  • The sole purpose of breast lift procedures is to make the breasts appear more upright.
  • After breast lift surgery, sagging may occur again in the breasts. Surgeons can help prevent this condition.
  • It should be noted that incision lines may remain on the breasts after surgery.
  • Various allergic reactions and disturbances may occur after the operation. This condition can be eliminated in a short time with prescriptions written by surgeons.