After child bearing, nursing, or extreme weight loss, breasts can lose volume and sag. A breast lift can restore firmness and shape.
Candidates for a Breast Lift
A Breast Lift can usually be performed on breasts of any size, but results may not last as long in larger breasts and may require a Breast Reduction to achieve the best results. However, if you’re planning on having children, are currently nursing, or intend to lose 20 pounds or more in weight, these factors may offset the results of a Breast Lift procedure.
Dr. Rogers’ extensive experience with reconstructive surgical techniques will be your best asset when making choices for Breast Lift and he will work closely with you to insure the best possible outcome.
If you are uncomfortable with the condition of your breasts and are interested in restoring a more youthful appearance to your body, a Breast Lift may be the answer for you.
- Consultation with Dr. Leif Rogers
- Create a customized surgical plan
- Take pre-op photos
- Meet with our Practice Manager, Robin Chamberlain
- Schedule surgery with our Surgical Coordinator
- Obtain surgical clearance from your family doctor
- Return to the office for a pre-op before Surgery
- Have surgery
- Return to the office within one week of surgery for your post op visit
Following a Breast Lift procedure, patients will require 10 days of rest, after which time low-impact exercise and driving may be resumed. Patients can get back to most other activities by the 6 week mark, however, anything requiring heavy-lifting will need to be put off for at least one month.