Breast lift surgery is a surgical cosmetic procedure that aims to improve the breasts that appear saggy to return to a more youthful and attractive look.
After pregnancies and breastfeeding, which causes stretching of the ligaments that support the breasts, it is considered one of the most important reasons why young women consider having a breast lift operation.

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• Women with sagging breasts or skin appendages in the breast area.
• Women who had a significant weight loss, which resulted in breasts being sagged.
• Women suffer from nipples falling below the breast level.
• Frequent pregnancy, lactation, and changes in hormones lead to a change in breasts shape which results in recommendations to undergo a Breast Lift Operation.
• Cases of areola expansion. The areola is the dark halo that surrounds the nipples.

Advantages of Breast Lift

One of the things that worry most of the women about breast lift surgery is the scars. Many women wonder whether the breast lift scars are apparent and severe, or hard to see.

The risks of mastopexy are also minimal. And if you take the proper care after the surgery and follow your doctor’s instructions, none of these risks is going to cause a serious complication for you.

In case you encounter any abnormal symptoms after the surgery, do not hesitate to consult your surgeon.

Stages of Breast Lift Operation

Breast Lift Operation is conducted through a few simple steps, which can be listed as follows:
First Stage: Conducting Clinical Examination
The doctor examines the patient’s breasts and determines the final shape desired from the Breast Lift Operation.
Second Stage: Conducting the Necessary Tests
Mammography is performed along with the necessary blood tests. These tests are to identify the rates of blood sugar and to make sure that the woman is free of diseases that hinder Breast Lift Operation.

Third Stage: Preparing the Patient The medical staff prepares the patient. The doctor layouts the breast and determines the proper place where the nipple is going to be. The anesthesiologist then anesthetizes the patient with general anesthesia in order to avoid her feeling any pain at all.