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Breast Lift in Jupiter & Palm Beach FL with Dr. Cooper

Also called an anchor incision, this is the classic breast lift approach for patients with moderate to severe sagging. It is much like the vertical lift described above, but adds a horizontal incision along the inframammary fold (where the breast meets the chest), giving it the appearance of an upside-down T. Dr. Cooper usually recommends this procedure for patients with a significant amount of excess breast skin, or whose breasts are moderately deflated after pregnancy and breastfeeding.

What Is a Breast Lift?

As its name implies, a breast lift elevates sagging breasts to give them a lifted, more youthful appearance. Dr. Cooper carefully evaluates a number of physical factors before creating a surgical plan, including the current nipple position, the elasticity of the skin covering the breast tissue, the shape of the breasts, and the degree of volume loss.

Women seeking a breast lift typically want to:

  • Bring the breasts up to their youthful position
  • Restore a more rounded shape to their breasts
  • Reposition nipples that point downward
  • Feel more confident about their breasts

If you want additional volume, especially in the upper breasts, Dr. Cooper may recommend combining the lift with breast augmentation. Combining breast implants with a breast lift is often done as part of a mommy makeover.

“Dr. Cooper and his ENTIRE staff are amazing. He and his staff make you feel like part of the team! Dr. Cooper is a complete perfectionist and does not over book or rush… He makes sure he can thoroughly understand what you want and makes it happen! Truly was blown away by him and his awesome staff. Never going anywhere else for any cosmetic needs! Best Botox placement I have EVER had!” – B.F.

Customizing Your Breast Lift Procedure

A patient’s physical characteristics and cosmetic goals dictate the details of each surgery Dr. Cooper performs. The incisions used during your procedure will depend on your skin tone and degree of sagging, and the position of your nipples. There are 2 primary types of incisions Dr. Cooper uses for breast lift procedures:

Circumvertical: Also known as a “lollipop lift,” this procedure is usually used for patients with mild to moderate breast sagging. An incision is made around the areola (the dark area surrounding the nipple), followed by a vertical incision along the underside of the breast.

Inverted T: Also called an anchor incision, this is the classic breast lift approach for patients with moderate to severe sagging. It is much like the vertical lift described above, but adds a horizontal incision along the inframammary fold (where the breast meets the chest), giving it the appearance of an upside-down T. Dr. Cooper usually recommends this procedure for patients with a significant amount of excess breast skin, or whose breasts are moderately deflated after pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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