Breast Lift Alone or Implants + Lift?
Do I need implants alone, or implants plus a breast lift?
It depends on the position of the nipple on the breast mound. If the nipple is in a good position or has only descended slightly, a breast lift usually is not necessary. However, if the nipple is on the lower part of the breast, its position may not be elevated significantly by breast augmentation alone. It is very reasonable to have breast implants inserted, and at a later date have a breast lift if desired.
Some patients would rather avoid the additional scars, risks and cost associated with a breast lift, even if the nipple position is lower on the breast.
This patient had lower-positioned nipples (ptosis) but preferred to have breast implants rather than a combined operation with implants and a lift (augmentation-mastopexy).
The patient was very satisfied with the final result, even though the nipples were still slightly low on the breast mound. This could be corrected at a later date if desired.
Disclaimer: Similar results can not be guaranteed since outcomes vary from patient to patient.
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Conveniently located off highway 404 in Newmarket Ontario, The York Plastic Surgery Centre is a cosmetic surgical to facility that meets CPSO regulatory standards of safety, technology and patient care. Dr. Andrade is a trusted member of the healthcare community. Also, all of the medical staff that work at the facility include board certified anaesthesiologists and fully credentialed OR nurses.
Operations performed at the facility are done on an out-patient basis with in home nursing care as needed. Patients requiring more complex surgeries stay overnight at the hospital.
The entire staff at The York Plastic Surgery Centre work hard to make every patient feel welcome, comfortable and well informed.
Disclaimer: Images and videos on this page are models. See Dr. Andrade's photo gallery for hundreds of actual patient outcomes. It is not possible to guarantee a specific result because outcomes vary from patient to patient.