There’s a world of breast lift options waiting for you out there – but if you’re not sure which one is right for your needs, you’re not alone.

That’s why we’re examining how patients can determine if they should get a breast lift with or without implants.

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The Answer Depends on Your Desired Results

Ultimately, the determining factor to combine your breast lift with implants is your desired result.

Here’s why: the breast lift surgery is designed to help correct sagging issues that may have arisen due to breastfeeding, hormonal changes from pregnancy, weight fluctuations, or even just getting older. The breast lift helps “lift” the position of the breasts to a more youthful placement, but doesn’t focus on adding size or correcting symmetry issues associated with breast volume.

So what are the signs you’ll be happy with just a breast lift, or if you should add implants to your breast lift surgery?

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Signs You Should Get a Breast Lift Only

  • You’re unhappy with the positioning of your breasts
  • You feel as though your breasts are drooping or sagging
  • You have excess skin around the breast region
  • Your nipples point down to your feet, rather than out in front of you
  • You’re happy with the current volume of your breast tissue. 
  • You’ve been done with breastfeeding for at least six months

Signs You Should Combine Your Breast Lift with Implants

  • You want to correct drooping while adding more volume
  • You’ve considered breast augmentation in the past
  • You want to correct drooping and breast symmetry issues
  • You’ve been done with breastfeeding for at least six months

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Take the Next Step – Request A Consultation

Want to learn more about your breast lift options, including which ones are right for you? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock in Walnut Creek, CA (925)-937-8377 or Greenbrae, CA (415) 925-1700.

Dr. Aycock serves the greater San Francisco Bay area.