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Who are the best candidates for Mastopexy ?

 

The most affirmative results of mastopexy are achieved in women with small, sagging breasts. Breasts of any size can be lifted, but the results may not last as long in heavy breasts. However, while many women seek mastopexy because pregnancy and nursing have left them with stretched skin and less volume in their breasts. If you're planning to have more children, it may be a good idea to postpone your breast lift.Despite there are no special risks that affect future pregnancies (for example, mastopexy usually doesn't interfere with breast-feeding), pregnancy is likely to stretch your breasts again and offset the results of the procedure. It is also worth indicating that the basic sine qua non of the operation, which is as well justifiable for all types of the plastic surgery operations, resides in the fact that the best candidates are those who are mature enough to fully understand the procedure and have realistic expectations about the results.

 

Will I be able to breast feed after cosmetic breast surgery?

 

Although not all women are able to breast feed even before a breast operation, cosmetic breast surgery by itself should not rule out the ability to breast feed at a later date. With the breast uplift procedure, no incisions are made within the substance of the breast. However, with a breast reduction, incisions will naturally course across breast ducts. The ducts immediately beneath the nipples are left intact allowing a patient to breast feed if this becomes desirable in the future. The larger the reduction, the more breast tissue is excised and this would therefore further decrease the chances of breast feeding

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