The breasts are among the most important aesthetic areas of the female body. They stand for the femininity and physical beauty of women. Women with firmer, youthful, and perky breasts are much appreciated all over the world. However, many factors affect the aesthetics of the breasts, making them loose and saggy. The breast lift surgery is a plastic surgery procedure that treats saggy breasts. The procedure is highly invasive and involves the removal of excess skin and fat from the breasts.
Unfortunately, not every woman is a good candidate for the breast lift surgery. You have to go through a rigorous process to determine your candidacy. The ideal candidate is a woman who is in good overall health, has realistic goals, is ready to stop smoking (if a smoker), has good skin quality, and is ready for the recovery process. The surgeon will help you do a risk/benefit analysis of the surgery, and you should undergo the procedure only when the benefits are greater than the risks.
Factors that make the breasts saggy
Multiple factors affect the aesthetics of the breasts, making them saggy and unwelcoming. Before knowing the factors that are important in your candidacy for the surgery, you should understand the factors that make the breasts saggy.
The primary factor that makes the breasts saggy is pregnancy and breastfeeding. During pregnancy, your body experiences hormonal changes that lead to an expansion of the breasts. During the expansions process, the skin of the breast loses its elasticity and becomes weaker. After childbirth, the skin fails to go back to its original position because the elasticity has been damaged. As a result, the breasts become saggy. Also, breastfeeding further affects the elasticity and youthfulness of the breasts, making them saggier.
The second factor that makes the breasts saggy is weight change. When you gain weight, your breast expands in the same way as during pregnancy. After weight loss, the skin fails to retract to its original place. As a result, the breasts become saggy. Other factors responsible for saggy breasts include aging, gravity, the use of certain medications, and excessive body movements.
Candidacy for breast lift
Your candidacy for the breast lift surgery will be determined during the pre-operative consultation. The plastic surgeon will examine your breasts, take certain measurements, discuss your health, and ask you questions about your expectations and aesthetic goals. By the findings, the doctor will tell you whether you are a good candidate for the breast lift surgery.
Your health is the primary factor that would be assessed during the pre-operative consultation. The doctor will discuss your full health and medication history with you. Keep in mind that the plastic surgeon must know your complete health information and know any illnesses you are suffering from.
The breast lift surgery is a cosmetic intervention. No medical condition has necessitated breast lift surgery. Instead, you simply want to undergo the operation to enhance your aesthetic appearance. Some medical issues can make the breast lift surgery risky for you. If you have these health issues, be sure to bring it to the knowledge of the plastic surgeon.
For example, if you have diabetes, it means your body does not generate enough insulin or it is unable to manage the glucose it produces. Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you must share this information with the doctor. Even though a diabetic patient may qualify to undergo the breast lift surgery, the risks would be higher. Additional precautionary measures would be taken during the surgery.
On the other hand, if you have heart disease, that too can make the surgery risky for you. If you have a severe heart problem or have experienced a heart attack in the past, you should avoid the breast lift surgery. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and involves severe surgical trauma. Be sure to tell the surgeon if you have any heart complications. Some patients can still qualify for the surgery if the condition is not severe. However, you would be required to get an EKG and a clearance from your cardiologist to undergo the breast lift surgery.
Other health problems that may affect your candidacy for the breast lift surgery include blood disorder and a weak immune system. Common blood disorders include blood clotting and excessive bleeding. If you have a history of blood disorder, be certain to share this information with the doctor. Also, patients with a weaker immune system are exposed to more risks of possible infections. If your immune system is weaker, extra measures will be required during and after surgery.
Respiratory problems can also create complications during the operation. Your respiratory system should be in good condition for you to be a good candidate for the breast lift surgery. If you have problems with asthma or a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, you must share this information with your surgeon.
Some people are allergic to anesthesia. Given that the breast lift is a highly invasive procedure, it is performed under general anesthesia. If you have a history of anesthetic reactions, you must bring this information to the knowledge of your doctor.
The breasts become saggy due to a poor skin condition. If your skin has weak elastin, it is more likely to become saggy. The good news is that the breast lift surgery can efficiently restore your severely saggy skin. However, in some cases where the skin sagging is severe, there is a risk your breasts may become saggy again after the surgery. To be a good candidate for the breast lift surgery, you should not have severely saggy skin.
Your aesthetic goals and expectations
Your aesthetic goals and expectations play a critical role in determining your candidacy for the breast lift surgery. You should have realistic and reasonable aesthetic goals and expectations. For example, you should not expect the breast lift surgery to transform you into another person or celebrity.
The procedure can enhance your breasts by making them firmer, youthful, and perky. These aesthetic improvements will help enhance your overall body outline and definition. It will enhance your existing looks, instead of changing you into another person. You should have realistic goals to achieve with the breast lift surgery. If your goals and expectations are unrealistic, you would not be a good candidate.
If you are a smoker, you will be exposed to more risks during and after the surgery. Smoking is dangerous for your health. It affects the blood flow in your body, catalyzes blood clotting, leads to slow wound healing and abnormal scarring. You must stop smoking for two weeks before the surgery and remain a non-smoker throughout the recovery process. If you are not eager to stop smoking, you would not be a good candidate for the breast lift surgery.
Overweight and obese patients are not good candidates for the breast lift surgery. If you are obese, the risks will be higher for you. To be a good candidate for the procedure, your BMI has to be 30. Furthermore, you must have a stable weight when undergoing the breast lift.
Readiness for the recovery period
Another important factor that would determine your candidacy for the breast lift surgery is your preparedness. You should be ready to face the downtime of the surgery, which can comprise many weeks, and experience the discomforts. If you are not ready for it, you are not a good candidate for the procedure.
What the surgery involves
The surgery starts with incisions on the breasts. After making the incisions, the plastic surgeon will tighten the breast muscles that have become weaker or have separated. In the next step, the surgeon will remove the excess skin. He will then re-drape the remaining skin and suture and close the incisions. The results of the surgery will gradually emerge over the next several weeks and even months. The final results will evolve in the form of firmer, youthful, and perky breasts.
The breast lift surgery is an effective plastic surgery intervention that is used to treat saggy breasts. The procedure is traumatic and invasive, which makes it a major operation. As a result, the patient must be a good candidate. The factors used to determine your candidacy for the breast lift have been discussed above.
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