breast lift

Breast Augmentation Review Ratemds 2015-05-19

From the first appointment its easy to see how much this doctor truly care about his patients. He is patient (God knows how many questions I kept asking!), he is kind, good listener and very realistic. I brought pictures with me of what I wanted and he explain to me why this was not feasible. He does not try to sell a false image or set false expectation to get a clients

5-star rating

Breast Lift Ratemds 2015-11-17 (Tr)

 Not only is he super good but also very kind. He is capable to say no to demands that doesn't make sense. He is also a good listener.The whole team, especially Anne, also do a terrific job.


Q: Do I Need a Lift with a Breast Augmentation

Submitted by Q-A from clee on Tue, 06/21/2011 - 22:34

For several reasons I really do not want a lift and I just had my first consultation and the surgeon recommended a lift for me and really didn't give me any other options. I am small framed so I don't want to go extremely big. I would prefer to go under the muscle as well. Besides the sagging the skin is thinner as well. Thanks for any information.

A: Breast lift is the better aesthetic choice

A breast lift is the better aesthetic choice. If you do proceed with an augmentation (with or without lift), I would recommend you have silicone implants placed in a subglandular plane to minimize risk of the deformity that arises from progressive descent of your native breast over a high riding submuscular implant.

Q: Augmentation and Lift 4 Years Ago. Will Breasts Sag if I Remove Implants?

Submitted by Q-A from clee on Sun, 06/12/2011 - 21:54

I Have Had my Implants Aprox 4 Years I Got 390cc with a Lift Done I Want Them Removed Will I Still Sag Even with the Lift I Had?

A: Depends on your residual breast tissue

Following implant removal, sagging might occur if the size of implants is vastly larger than your normal breasts, if you have lost weight, if you had children, amount of breast tissue you have, your skin elasticity, and aging.