What is Breast Lift?
A breast lift — also known as mastopexy — is a surgical procedure performed by a plastic surgeon to change the shape of your breasts. Excess skin is removed during a breast lift, and breast tissue is reshaped to raise the breasts.
You might choose to have a breast lift if your breasts sag or your nipples point downward; this procedure can help to make the breasts more proportionate to the rest of the body, even out breasts that are different in size or shape, and it can enlarge and reshape breasts which have lost their fullness or shape due to weight loss, pregnancy, breastfeeding, or age. Breast augmentation can also be used for reconstructive purposes on patients who have undergone mastectomy or those with a congenital breast deformity.
A breast lift might also boost your self-image and self-confidence; according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, it’s estimated that surgical breast lifts have gone up 70 percent since 2000. This procedure now surpasses other surgical breast treatments such as implants
Despite their increased popularity, even more, patients are opting for nonsurgical breast lifts.
Nonsurgical breast lifts mean that no cuts or incisions are involved. You also don’t have to be put under general anesthesia.
Nonsurgical procedures are arguably safer because they don’t pose the risks that a mastopexy might
Why should it be done?
As you get older, your breasts change, losing elasticity and firmness. There are many causes for these kinds of breast changes, including:
A breast lift isn’t for everyone. If you’re considering pregnancy at any point in the future, you might delay getting a breast lift. During pregnancy, your breasts could stretch and offset the results of the ride.
Breast-feeding is a consideration as well. Although breastfeeding is usually possible after a breast lift — since the nipples aren’t separated from the underlying breast tissue — some women might have difficulty producing enough milk.
While a breast lift can be done on breasts of any size, women with smaller sagging breasts will likely have longer-lasting results. Larger breasts are heavier, which makes them more likely to sag again.
How should you ready for surgery?
During The Surgery:
Your doctor might make incisions:
Around the areolae — the darker area surrounding the nipples
Extending downward from the areolae to the breast creases
Horizontally along the breast creases
Your doctor might place stitches deep within your breasts to reshape your breast tissue and, if necessary, reduce the size of your areolae. He or she will remove excess breast skin and shift the nipples to higher positions. Then your doctor will bring together the breast skin and close the incisions with stitches, surgical tape, or skin adhesives.
How long does the surgery take?
This will take about 2 to 3 hours
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What do we offer in our breast lift packages?
Elcid tour is honored to offer you all-inclusive breast lift packages at the most reasonable price. But what do we offer in our breast lift packages for our patients from around the world?
E-visa authorization code
If you need a visa to travel to Turkey or other destinations, we will help you get your visa authorization code. If you only need the arrival visa at the airport, our assistant will help you with that too.
*The fee for your visa depends on your home country, and it will be different.
Airport and inter-city transfer
We provide airport pick-up and drop-off transfers to/from your hotel. Also, we prepare intercity transfers between your hotel and clinic or hospital for you. If you decide to visit the city before your operation, you can count on us too.
Based on your choice, you can stay for seven nights in a hotel that is close to the clinic and hospital.
a breast lift and Medical services
The leading service in our package is your breast lift surgery. But we also cover the clinic and visit the doctor, take all medical tests, and take the medical photos—post-operative care in the hospital, your medicines, the recovery, and follow-up assistant if needed.