Breast Lift/ Augmentation
There can be drastic changes to the appearance of your breasts following pregnancy, and throughout breastfeeding. They oftentimes lose their firmness and volume. This can cause them to appear saggy. A breast lift is designed to reshape and lift the breast for a more perky and youthful appearance. This can be effective at reversing the causes of childbirth for a more lifted look. At the same time, breast augmentation can be performed to increase the size of the breasts.
It is a well known occurrence that the tummy region can be greatly altered for most mothers. The skin and abdominal muscles are stretched while carrying a child, and after giving birth may continue to remain stretched and loose. With a personalized tummy tuck procedure, you can successfully reclaim a tight and lifted looking tummy.
It’s not uncommon for women to experience an accumulation of problem fat that won’t respond to diet and exercise following pregnancy. Liposuction is an effective treatment included in the mommy makeover because it can successfully eliminate problem fat from the common areas of the body where mother’s experience weight gain. You can achieve a trim and lifted tummy with this popular solution.
Who is a Candidate?
If you are a woman who has fully recovered from pregnancy, you may be a candidate for the mommy makeover. If you are a woman who is unsatisfied by the appearance of loose and sagging skin or problem fat, you may also be a proper candidate. However, the best way to determine if you are a candidate is through a consultation with a medical professional.
If you are a mother who is ready to reclaim your pre-baby body, reach out to us here at Cosmedical Rejuvenation Clinic to learn more. Contact us today and schedule your consultation for a firm and contoured body shape!
Will my Breasts Become Asymmetrical After Breastfeeding?
A mother’s ability to nourish her child is certainly a miraculous event in nature; it offers the opportunity to create a bond between mother and baby and the benefits of being able to do so have been well documented. However, it is also a common concern for women to be worried about how breastfeeding will affect their breasts, particularly if they have had work done.
The reality is that breastfeeding can cause changes to both breast size and shape. They may or may not not return to the way they once were after breastfeeding. It is also possible for breasts to become asymmetrical after breastfeeding. There are several reasons for this. First of all, this can be the simple result of the natural changes that take place as breast tissue swells with the production of milk and then shrinks again after breastfeeding. One breast may return to its normal size while the other might remain larger. One may also have a more flattened appearance.
Asymmetrical breasts can also occur due to a condition called breast engorgement, which occurs when the breasts overfill with milk in a very painful way. Breast engorgement is in fact very common among women. Some women who experience this condition can end up with a breast size that is one full cup smaller (or larger) than their other breast.
Another common problem after breastfeeding is breasts that sag due to the fact that the structures that produce milk return to their original size. However, other factors also influence whether breasts will sag after breastfeeding, including one’s body mass index, number of pregnancies, having large breasts prior to breastfeeding, age and whether or not you have a history of smoking.
What Can I do About Breast Changes After Breastfeeding?
Women are increasingly turning to cosmetic surgery to restore the appearance of their breasts; in fact, their breasts generally look much better than they did pre-pregnancy.
To correct asymmetrical breasts, the best treatment for this is generally a breast lift. This will reshape the breast tissue and reposition both the nipple and areola, making breasts appear more symmetrical. This would be the case if one breast sags more than the other. In other cases, if one breast is significantly larger than the other one, a breast reduction would be considered. If you want the smaller breast to match the larger breast, a breast implant or fat transfer would the the best option.