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How to get Superior Pole Fullness after a Breast Lift

Pole fullness usually refers to the fullness of the upper breast region. Some women that have undergone a breast lift may find that, although their breasts are lifted, they are not as full as they would like them to be, especially in the upper pole region. Dr. Steven Wallach offers techniques on how to achieve the desired pole fullness after a breast lift.

If a woman is concerned that she does not have enough upper pole fullness, this may be due to the lifting technique that was used. If the breast lift was not performed adequately, or the patient does not have enough breast tissue, upper pole fullness may be lacking. In this case, Dr. Wallach would suggest breast implants to fill out the upper pole and perhaps revise the breast lift as well, to bring the breast up a bit higher if possible.

At his practice, Dr. Wallach offers a variety of breast implants, including silicone, saline, and form stable, or gummy bear implants. Dr. Wallach is capable of using many different techniques to lift the breast trying that is tailored to the individual’s needs. A consultation is necessary to determine the best solution for your upper and lower pole fullness after an unsatisfactory breast lift. He will work diligently with you to provide only optimal and natural results based on your desired outcome.

Dr. Steven Wallach offers a variety of breast procedures, including breast lifts and breast implants. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Wallach to discuss your goals and take the initial step to achieving your ideal breast size, shape and fullness.

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