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Get the Benefits of Both -- Breast Augmentation with a Breast Lift

The laws of gravity are undeniable. The force from the pull of this natural phenomenon can wreak havoc on a woman's breasts. This is why the vast majority of women will experience some degree of drooping and loss of elasticity in their breasts. Life's circumstances, including pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight fluctuations, and the natural process of aging, can really take its toll on a woman's bust line. While every woman is different, the degree of change often has many considering the combination of a breast lift along with breast augmentation for a complete rejuvenation of the appearance of their breasts. While the two procedures are very different from each other, they are also very complementary when combined. 


 

Women who are curious about breast enhancement turn to board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jules Walters. Dr. Walters is a leading expert and a highly trained professional specializing in both breast augmentation and breast lift procedures. His patients’ aesthetic goals are his number one concern. Dr. Jules Walters takes the time to listen intently to their concerns and then formulates a surgical plan to deliver results. Here is some helpful information on why a breast lift may be necessary and how it can improve your overall breast augmentation results.


Breast lift vs Breast Augmentation

A breast lift is a powerful procedure to enhance the perkiness of deflated breasts by removing excess skin and tightening underlying tissue to reshape the breasts and move them into a perkier position. Breast augmentation increases the cup size of a woman's breasts with the help of an implant. When women seeking breast augmentation have a condition called ptosis (also known as breast sag) Dr. Walters may advise his patients to have a breast lift along with breast augmentation for maximum benefits. Both procedures have incredible benefits, and when combined, your breasts will be fuller, higher in position, and younger-looking all at once.


How do I know if I need a Breast Lift?

Many women in the New Orleans and Metairie areas who have breasts that have become droopy and saggy are prime candidates for a breast lift. It happens seemingly overnight and women are left with breasts that are deflated and oddly shaped. The loss of what was once your “normal” looking breasts can often be corrected with a breast lift procedure. 


During your initial consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Walters, he will assess your breasts and give you the feedback you need to make an informed decision. In some cases, when patients choose an implant alone without a lift, it can actually produce unpleasing aesthetic results, and leave patients with larger droopy breasts. While a breast lift does involve incisions that will have scars, the aesthetic improvement is worth it. After the breast lift is performed, an augmentation may be desired to add volume to the now lifted breast. When patients undergo a breast lift on its own, the breasts tend to be more compact and smaller, since some of the skin is removed during the breast lift procedure.

 

Common signs you may benefit from a Breast Lift with a Breast Augmentation

Ask yourself these questions to help determine if you could benefit from a breast lift along with breast augmentation:

Do your breasts appear to sag or have lost their shape?

Are your breasts an elongated shaped?

Do your nipples fall below the breast crease?

Do you have stretched skin and elongated areolas?

 

The benefits of combining breast enhancing procedures

Breast implants can provide a slight lift, but when breast augmentation is performed alone, it typically can not correct moderate to substantial dropping. On the flip side, for women who opt for only a lift; the size of the breasts will not be increased without the implant used during a breast augmentation. When patients address all of their concerns together, the two procedures can help give women optimal results when it comes to both size and placement.

 

Here are some of the fantastic benefits of a breast lift combined with a breast augmentation procedure:

Increased breast volume and fullness

Improved breast contour

A more youthful appearance

An elevated nipple

A reduction in the size of the areola

One surgery and recovery time for beautiful results

 

An experienced Plastic Surgeon matters

The combination of a breast lift and breast augmentation has many benefits for the patient. However, to get the results you desire, it takes precise surgical skill. To perform this dynamic duo correctly, extensive knowledge and training from your selected New Orleans area plastic surgeon are a must so you can enjoy your new breasts complication-free.  Not every patient is a candidate for these combined procedures.


Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jules Walters recommends a breast lift along with implants for New Orleans and Metairie area patients who show visible signs that their natural breasts have lost elasticity and shape. During your personal consultation, Dr. Walters will examine your breasts and give his professional opinion regarding whether a lift and/or augmentation is your best bet for your fantastic results. During this time, he will also detail the ins and outs of the surgical procedures so you can get a complete understanding of the intricacies of what’s ahead. There is a delicate relationship between the skin, breast glands, muscles, implants, and the chest wall that all must work together with your body proportions and the plastic surgeon who is enhancing them. 

 

 

This common two-fold surgery has many fantastic benefits that can make your breasts look unbelievable. Dr. Walters services both the New Orleans and Metairie, LA areas and is a leading breast augmentation expert. After a thorough evaluation, he will assist in determining what your customized breast procedure will entail. If you are interested in breast augmentation and the possibility of also a breast lift, then we invite you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jules Walters today.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.