What is a Breast Lift?

What is a Breast Lift?

Why do breasts sag?
Breasts are one part of the body that is always changing. As you age, lose weight or breastfeed you may find that your breasts are not as perky and firm as they once were. Excess skin may be pulling your chest downward or a loss of elasticity may be changing the overall shape of your breasts.
How does a breast lift work?
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your breasts, the solution may be to undergo a breast lift. This procedure has the ability to restore your self-confidence by improving the positioning and shape of your breasts (without reducing the size). The breast lift can be either an alternative or an adjunct to a breast augmentation. The breast lift tightens and tones the current breast tissue in order to produce a perkier and more feminine shape, by shifting the breast tissue and nipple so that they sit higher on the chest. While this procedure does not need to include augmentation, implants can also be used to help you achieve the bust you desire.
Breasts lifts at Verve
To make your journey as comfortable as possible, Dr Nasser will show you ‘before’ and ‘after’ pictures of women who have undergone breast augmentation and breast lifts at Verve Cosmetic Clinic. This will make it easier for you to make your decision and to understand the kinds of results that can be achieved.
Our all-female team has the experience and understanding to guide you through the entire procedure, from deciding whether you would like an augmentation, a lift, or both to determining the ideal implant size and shape and providing pre- and post-surgical guidance. We have helped many women achieve the enhancement they desire and we can help you to do the same. If you are interested in having a breast lift or would like more information contact us on (02) 9363 2224 or fill out an enquiry form at https://www.vervecosmeticclinic.com.au/contact-us/.

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