Breast Lift Vs. Breast Augmentation Surgery: Choosing the Best Option for You
When it comes to breast enhancement surgery, it can sometimes seem like everyone and their mom has had it performed. Whether you struggle with sagging breasts due to things like age and breastfeeding, or just merely aren’t happy with the size of your breasts, don’t worry— there’s a procedure for you to choose from. However, how can you decide if you need a breast lift or a breast augmentation? Read on to learn more.
Breast Lift Age is a beast, especially for women. It can seem like that as soon as you hits your 40’s or 50’s, your breasts, skin, and virtually every other part of your body suddenly starts to head south and lose the elasticity that once made you look young and alive. That’s where a breast lift comes into play. Breast lift surgery is done to help lift the muscles and tissues that surround the breasts in order to make them look perkier and more natural. However, during this procedure, a lot of patients opt to have breast implants placed as well. By conducting two surgeries at once, you can not only get larger looking breast, but you can make sure they are lifted to where they are supposed to be. If for some reason you do not want to have breast implants placed as well, Dr. Wallach can talk to you about all of your options to make sure that you are making the right decision for yourself.
Breast Augmentation Most women aren’t happy with at least one part of their bodies, and for a lot of women, that area happens to be their breasts. If you fall into this category and aren’t satisfied with the size, shape, or texture of your breasts, then breast augmentation surgery is the right option for you. By placing either saline or silicone implants under or over the breast muscle, Dr. Wallach works to give you the most natural and supple looking breasts possible. If you’re interested in having some sort of breast surgery done but aren’t sure what is the right option for you, contact our office today and speak with one of our representatives.