Article published by : Max Health on Sunday, September 30, 2012

Category : Breast

Breast Augmentation and/or Breast Lift?

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your breasts, breast surgery may be your best option for achieving the look you most desire. However, it is a good idea to know a bit about what the different types of breast surgery can offer before you contact a plastic surgeon.

Breast Augmentation
Also known as breast enlargement, breast augmentation is the procedure in which breast implants are used to enhance the size of your chest. Breast augmentation is ideal for women whose breasts are too small, asymmetrical, hollow, or otherwise disproportionate to their frame.

With breast augmentation, your plastic surgeon can provide a fuller, more womanly look while also increasing your clothing options and improving the dimensions of your entire body.

Breast Lift
A breast lift is a surgical procedure that addresses ptosis (sagging). If your breasts are not as perky as you would like or if ptosis is distracting from your natural beauty, breast lift surgery can restore a firm and youthful appearance.
With breast lift surgery, your plastic surgeon can lift and firm your breasts, reposition your nipple, and enhance the appearance of your upper body.

Breast Lift with Augmentation
Breast size and position are often impacted by the same factors: age, genetics, weight fluctuations, and pregnancy and nursing. Your plastic surgeon will be able to assess the appearance of your breasts in relation to the rest of your body and help you determine if combining breast lift surgery with breast augmentation would be best in your case. While not always necessary, combining these procedures is often the most effective way to achieve the fully attractive upper body you desire.

If you live in New York City and would like to learn more about your breast surgery options, please visit the website of Juva Skin and Laser Center for additional information at


By: Max Health

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