Changes in your breast can be frustrating and can affect the patient’s self-esteem. Factors such as genetics, pregnancy and breastfeeding, weight loss, and hormonal fluctuation can change the appearance of your breasts. Breasts that were firm and shapely can begin to sag and have a loose and droopy appearance. Are you experiencing any such symptoms?
Do you have droopy or saggy breasts that bother you? Opt for a Breast Lift procedure in Manhattan, New York, to restore your breasts’ harmony. Give your breasts a more central, firmer, perkier, and youthful appearance as well as a higher position on the chest wall with a Breast Lift procedure by Dr. Mansher Singh based out of Manhattan, New York. For more information regarding the breast lift procedure, call for a consultation today!
Breast Lift is also known as Mastopexy. It is a cosmetic procedure to raise the saggy breasts and the nipples pointing downwards. There are many reasons why the breasts lose elasticity or firmness, including pregnancy, weight fluctuations, and gravity.
Dr. Singh, the expert of Breast Lift in Manhattan, New York, on edifying us about Breast Lift says that during the breast lift procedure, the incision is made around the areola, which extends down the front of your breast. It may also extend down the sides of the areola. After this, the breasts are lifted, and any extra skin and soft tissue are removed to give breasts a firmer appearance. The incisions are then closed by performing stitches, sutures, skin adhesives, or surgical tape in the well-concealed areas.
There are different approaches to perform the breast lift, and it is customized based on the extent of breast ptosis or droopiness and the patient’s preference. Breast ptosis is graded as grade I, II, or III. Grade I ptosis is diagnosed when the nipple is at or up to 1 cm below the crease. Grade II ptosis describes the nipple at a level 1 to 3 cm below the crease. Grade III ptosis describes a nipple more than 3 cm below the crease or at the inferior pole of the breast. Grade I ptosis or mild grade II ptosis can be addressed with a crescent, periareolar, or donut mastopexy. Circumvertical Mastopexy (Lollipop incision) or a Wise pattern mastopexy (Anchor incision) are indicated for advanced grade II or grade III ptosis.
Dr. Singh also mentions that when the breast lift procedure is performed, bruising and swelling may linger in the breasts for two weeks. He also suggests that the patients should avoid straining, bending, and lifting for a few weeks after the procedure. Although there will be scars on the breasts initially, they will fade to a large extent.
Dr. Singh is a Harvard & Hopkins trained Plastic Surgeon. He learned the craft of plastic surgery from the giants of the field.
Dr. Singh does not believe in a cookie-cutter approach. Having mastered different techniques for each surgery, he tailors his approach to deliver the best outcome for the patient. Our specialist has transformed the appearance of several patients from Chin Implants through his experienced hands.
Dr. Singh has an impeccable track record in restoring breast harmony and is very well-liked and respected by his patients and staff alike.