Do you have “sagging” breasts? Age, weight loss, pregnancy, and breastfeeding can lead to decreased breast volume over time, resulting in sagging breasts. Dr. Washington specializes in correcting this with breast lift surgery that will give you firm and fuller breasts, with natural shape and contour, yielding a more youthful appearance.
A breast lift, also known as mastopexy, involves removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to raise, reshape, and support the new breast contour. Your degree of breast ptosis (sagging breasts) will determine which type of breast lift procedure is right for you. This can range from simple skin excision to breast tissue reshaping and nipple repositioning. Depending on the amount of breast tissue available, an implant may be necessary to achieve your aesthetic goals.
Each patient’s story and goal is different. During your consultation, Dr. Washington will carefully listen to your concerns and perform a thorough examination. He will assess your breast and take measurements. He will discuss your aesthetic goals and surgical options with you. You should consider doing this procedure after you no longer desire to have children to keep you from having multiple surgeries. If you smoke, you should quit before and after surgery to minimize your risks of post-op complications. Your comorbidities should be optimized prior to surgery. If you are a candidate for breast lift surgery, he will work with you to create a customized plan that is unique to you and aligns with your aesthetic goals!
Why choose breast lift surgery with Dr. Washington?
Dr. Washington specializes in breast lift surgery using the most up to date and state of the art technology and techniques to ensure the best results for his patients. His technique will give you a youthful refinement and long-term results that you have been looking for! Call and schedule a consultation with Dr. Washington for a personalized evaluation and discussion of what option is right for you!
After surgery, you will be placed in a supportive garment with bandages to maintain the position of the breasts. Your sutures will dissolve and not require removal. Your incisions will be covered with special adhesive tape. Typically patients return to work 1 week post-op and can resume normal activities and exercise after 4-6 weeks.
My Perspective, Professed
“The most important and fulfilling aspect to me, is seeing the joy in my patients eyes after surgery; the spark in them signifying the moment when they realize their refined beauty reflects their spirit and inner beauty.”