What Type of Breast Uplifting Surgery is Right for You?
Are you considering plastic surgery to transform your droopy breasts? The world of cosmetic surgery is full of so many different types of options and deciding what is right for you can feel like an overwhelming process. The good news, however, is that there are surgeons that can help.
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Option 1. Breast Augmentation using Implants
When we talk about breast augmentation, we are talking about breast implants. Today’s breast implants are safer and more natural looking than every before. They also come with tons of options. Before you get a breast implant procedure done, there are a lot of choices to be made. Your plastic surgeon will expertly guide you through your choices on the incision location and placement as well as the breast implant size, surface and shape.
As it is a highly fully customisable procedure, a breast augmentation can give you the perfect results to suit your body. Breast augmentation can be done to add volume to breasts, balance out asymmetry, or restore volume after pregnancy.
Option 2. Breast Lift Surgery or Mastopexy for Droopy Breasts
Another incredible option for transforming your breasts, a breast lift procedure is a popular option. It is the ideal way to reduce sagging and create a youthful shape. During the procedure, the breast tissue and surrounding skin is lifted up to create a pert look.
Breast lifts can be a good option for women with any size of breasts. The procedure becomes increasingly common with women as they age. This is because all women experience a loss in volume and lift over time. Many women also choose to have a breast lift done after pregnancy and breastfeeding, while others women have a common condition that has causes lifelong breast sagging.
The Difference Between a Breast Lifts and having Breast Implants
A breast lift and breast implants serve two different purposes. A breast lift is a procedure that is done to create a lift and improve the breast shape. The limitation of a breast implant, however, is that it does not add volume. This is where breast implants come in. The only way to add volume is with implants. This is why the two procedures works in perfect harmony with each other. Since many women are looking for an increase in volume and a lift, this is a very popular option.
Option 3 – Combining of Breast Lift and Breast Implants (Breast Lift with Implants) for Droopy Breasts
Cosmetic surgery for your breasts is a highly customisable. The combination of a breast lift and breast implants can create ideal results. By adding volume and lift, women can create the look they have always dreamt of having.
Deciding What’s Right for Your Droopy Breasts
Whether you want your breasts to be larger, small, or more symmetrical, there’s a great option out there for you. You can change the shape and size of your breasts, as well as the size of your nipples, with a range of different procedures.
Are you ready to dig deeper into your options? With so many options out there, it’s essential to learn about your choices. The best way to get started is with the advice of a professional. An expert in natural looking breast augmentation and breast lifts, Dr Turner offers no-obligation consultations where you can learn about your options.
At your appointment, the Dr Turner will give you a clear overview of the procedure while answering each one of your questions. Thanks to his state-of-the-art technology, you can get a 3D imagine of how your breasts would look after a potential procedure. Additionally, you can also try on different implants in your bra so you can imagine what you would look like with your new figure.
Medical References – Further Reading
Dr Scott Turner FRACS (Plas) – Specialist Plastic Surgeon
Dr Scott J Turner has spent a lifetime acquiring the qualifications, education, training, and hands-on surgical experience to perform superior cosmetic plastic surgery to give you natural, beautiful results and the improved sense of well-being you want. He is one of the top Specialist Plastic Surgeons with a Breast and Body Surgery focus in New South Wales.
Achieving this personal goal requires not only in-depth knowledge of human anatomy and refined surgical techniques but an ongoing commitment to learning the latest procedures around the world. This is why Dr Turner regularly attends both local and international surgeon meetings – discussing these advances with the leaders around the world in order to offer you the most natural, effective and safest surgical procedures.
Dr Turner and his highly trained staff will do everything to ensure that you are fully informed, while providing exceptional, world-class cosmetic plastic surgery, in a personal and caring environment.
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Do you need a Medical Referral to see Dr Turner?
- A medical referral is helpful but NOT essential for purely cosmetic consultations.
- Please obtain a medical referral from your GP or Specialist if you want a consultation for an MBS item number surgery.
- Please note that your Medicare Rebates will NOT be claimable without a valid recent Medical Referral
Making The Most Of Your Consultation with Dr Turner
- Please arrive slightly early for your in-person consultation with Dr Turner
- You are welcome to bring a friend or relative to help consider the information and discuss your options
- Please be aware you may need to undress for a physical exam so wear simpler clothes
- Ensure you also take a lot of notes during the consultation and thoroughly examine all the documents provided
Want more information before scheduling your consultation?
- Find out more about Dr Turner’s pricing, medical finance & payment plans and paying for your surgery
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How to Book Your Consultation with Dr Turner
- You can book your initial consultation with Dr Scott Turner by paying the $350 cosmetic consultation fee in advance – when you make your appointment.