You’ve always loved your body. You have embraced the changes that occur to the female physique over the years, from puberty to your childbearing years. Your weight has been stable. You have exercised to remain fit. You are conscious about what you eat in order to look your best. You never expected that a change to your breasts could cause you such disappointment. Your breasts have begun to shift. They’re sliding down lower, heading toward your waistline. You’ve tried exercising more, focusing on anything that would strengthen your pectoral muscles. It didn’t help. Mastopexy can give your bust a comeback. Dustin C. Derrick, MD is the lead plastic surgeon at Cosmetic Surgery of DFW for Mommy Makeovers in Texas and encourages you to learn more about the benefits of mastopexy.
Mastopexy is otherwise referred to as a breast lift. Women typically choose this procedure when they have seen their breasts change with aging or after having children. In some cases, women have always had sagging breasts that were too long and too low. Mastopexy can fix the problem. It can even address a lopsided bust in which one side hangs lower. If you want a matched pair of perky breasts. consider a breast lift.
What Happens During Mastopexy?
For this procedure, openings can be made around your areolas or may run from your areola down to the crease beneath your breast. At that point, your breast tissue will be molded to a more youthful shape and excess skin removal will be effective in tightening up your breasts. In the end, they will be raised up to where you want them to be.
Why Choose Mastopexy?
If you have become unhappy with the position and shape of your breasts, you deserve to have the bust you want. You can achieve your goals by working with your plastic surgeon. You can work together to find a surgical procedure that is best for you. Whether you only need a breast lift or augmentation could help you as well, your surgeon will help you to make this important decision about your body.
Make an Appointment Today to Learn More
Your plastic surgeon can give you the information you need when you are thinking about mastopexy. For more information, we invite you to make an appointment with us! Our surgeon will assess the position and shape of your bust to determine which direction you need to go. If you have any questions about mastopexy or other procedures such as the Mommy Makeover, schedule a consultation with Dustin C Derrick, MD at Cosmetic Surgery of DFW in Fort Worth, TX by calling (817) 562-7979!