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- Height: 5'5"
- Age: 58
- Gender: Female
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Weight: 165
Breast Aug or Mastopexy?
As we get older our breasts tend to drop a little and get saggy. If you have children and have went through the breast feeding days then this may have happened sooner rather than later in life. Breast feeding is the most common causes of droopy breasts, with massive weight loss being second. Many will look at sagging breasts and immediately tell you to have a breast lift, or Mastopexy, which raises the areola, or nipple, and lifts the breast by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new breast.
However, in some cases, like the one shown below, you are able to fix the sagging of the breast by putting in an implants and getting a breast aug, as long as you are okay with having a bigger breast as well. This is the case as long as the patient’s breasts still have sufficient volume. The implant allows for the excess skin to stretch out around it, making the breast look more full. This also saves the woman from having the scars from a mastopexy, which are much more noticeable than the scars from a breast aug.
In order to achieve this however, you will need a relatively big implant.