Many of Dr. Daiza’s patients seek a breast lift, also known as mastopexy to reshape, firm, and lift what they consider to be sagging breasts. In many cases a breast lift is indicated when droopiness occurs after pregnancy or breastfeeding. Some women experience sagging after weight loss, or purely as a result of the natural aging process.

Dr. Daiza works with her patients to select the best breast lift procedure for their individual needs. Often hte size of the breasts along with the amount if breast ptosis (sagging), help to determine what type of surgical correction is best.

In most cases an optimal procedure will result in both lift and reshaping of the breast, while also minimizing the degree of visible scarring. The shape and location of the incision differentiates the various breast lift techniques. These include an anchor-shaped incision (full mastopexy), donut-shaped incision (concentric or Benelli mastopexy) and a lollipop-shaped incision (short scar or vertical mastopexy)

Some Options Include:
Full Mastopexy (anchor lift). This technique creates an anchor-shape on the breast with an incision around the areola, down the front of the breast from the nipple to the underside, and horizontally along the underside of the breast.With these incisions, the surgeon is able to raise the breast to higher position on the chest, remove any excess skin, and decrease the size of the areola, if desired. Concentric Breast Mastopexy. This technique uses circular incisions around the perimeter of the areola. Skin around the areola is removed, and the nipple is lifted into a higher position on the breast.

Vertical Mastopexy. This technique involves incisions around the areola, as well as vertical incisions from the areola to the bottom of the breast.

 


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