If you’re concerned about sagging breasts or volume loss as a result of breastfeeding, weight fluctuations, or just getting older, you may be a good candidate for breast lift surgery.
This procedure remains one of the most popular and effective ways to address sagging breasts, as the surgery is designed to “lift” the breasts and reposition them for a more youthful position. What’s more, a breast lift can be combined with breast augmentation, which can be an excellent solution for women who want more lift and volume.
Let’s take a closer look at the breast lift surgery, including how much it costs and how to tell if you’re a good candidate for this highly effective cosmetic procedure.
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Why Is a Breast Lift So Effective?
A breast lift is so effective at treating sagging breasts because that’s what it was designed to do. The breast lift surgery works to reposition sagging breasts by removing excess skin, adjusting breast tissue, and repositioning the nipple for a more youthful appearance. The end result is a perkier and younger-looking bust, which can be further enhanced with breast augmentation.
How Much Does a Breast Lift Cost?
The average cost of a breast lift procedure in the United States is $4,636, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. This cost may not include additional fees associated with general anesthesia, surgical center costs, and prescription medications. Additionally, the location and experience levels of your plastic surgeon may influence the final price of your breast lift.
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Am I a Good Candidate for a Breast Lift?
You’re a good candidate for a breast lift if you’re concerned about breast sagging, especially drooping that has occurred as a result of weight fluctuations, pregnancy and breastfeeding, or just getting older. All breast lift candidates should be healthy individuals who are nonsmokers or willing to quit at least six weeks before their breast lift surgery.
Take the Next Step
Want to learn more about non-surgical body contouring, including what solution might be right for you? Schedule your complimentary consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180