Breast Lift

Serving Orange County: Newport Beach

Breast Lift ModelA breast lift, also known as a mastopexy, raises and reshapes breasts that have begun to droop or sag. I perform this procedure to elevate the breasts and give them a more youthful appearance. A breast lift may also be completed in conjunction with breast augmentation or breast reduction.

Is This You?

Here are some of the common reasons I hear about why a woman is considering a breast lift:

  • I want a more youthful look that eliminates breast sagging.
  • My breasts are droopy ever since I had kids.
  • I lost a lot of weight, and now my breasts look deflated.
I had very large breasts and was physically uncomfortable. I just wanted a reduction without implants. I’ve worn a 2-piece bathing suit for the first time in 40 years and I just feel better!– SHARLENE, Real PatientSee more Real patient Stories

Please contact us online or call 949-759-0980 today to schedule a breast lift consultation at my Newport Beach office in Orange County. Along with my supportive staff, I am committed to helping you reach your cosmetic goals and I will take the time necessary during your consultation to give you my recommendations and educate you about all your options for plastic surgery in Newport Beach & Orange County.

A breast lift can help you achieve a more youthful look and shape. I’m available to discuss the procedure and other breast enhancement options in more detail during your consultation.
– Dr. Savalia

The Procedure

The breast lift technique I will use will depend on your existing anatomy and the extent of surgical correction needed. In most cases, I will use a pattern that will result in lollipop-like incision or an anchor-like incision on the breast. This incision goes around the areola and down to the breast crease (lollipop shape) and may extend within the breast crease (anchor shape) as well. Through the incision, I am able to remove excess skin and move the nipple/areola to a higher position.

Women with relatively small breasts and minimal sagging may be candidates for modified procedures such as the crescent or donut (Benelli) mastopexy techniques that require less extensive incisions. I would caution that these techniques are limited to minor repositioning of the nipple rather than elevating the entire breast. If you are thinking about a breast lift, chances are high that a lollipop or an anchor incision will be necessary.

Post-operative instructions call for plenty of rest and limited movement in order to speed up the healing process and recovery time. I will wrap the breasts in a bandage right after surgery to protect the incisions and minimize movement of the breasts. Once the bandages are removed, you will need to wear a specialized surgical bra for several weeks. Patients should expect minor discomfort associated with surgery, which can be treated with over-the-counter or prescription medication. During this time, I will make sure to start a scar-minimizing program to make sure you form the best scar possible.

For more information on breast lift surgery, I encourage you to contact us online today.