Common reasons why you may want to consider a breast lift:
Breasts that are pendulous but adequate in size.
Breasts that lack substance or firmness.
Nipples and areolas that point downward, especially if they are positioned below the breast crease.
Breasts that appear different from each other; one breast may appear firm and well positioned while the other does not.
Breasts that are not equal in size.
Breasts that are relatively small.
Breasts that are large and heavy can be lifted, but the results may not be as long-lasting as a breast lift performed on smaller breasts; the weight of larger breasts works against surgical changes.
You are finished with childbearing and breast-feeding. If you plan to have children, you may want to postpone cosmetic breast surgery. Pregnancy may stretch the breasts and reduce their volume, compromising surgery benefits.
If you are in good general health, have a positive attitude and realistic expectations, you are most likely a good candidate for this procedure.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is FDA approved to treat all appropriate adults. In clinical studies for moderate to severe frown lines and crow’s feet, 17.5% and about 12%, respectively, of patients treated with BOTOX® Cosmetic were men. Ask your specialist if BOTOX® Cosmetic is right for you.
Parentheses lines are static lines that appear when your face is at rest. This happens overtime as your skin loses some of the building blocks (hyaluronic acid and collagen) that give the skin its structure.