An augmentation mastopexy is a combination between two popular breast enhancement surgeries: the breast augmentation with implants and the breast lift. Women who have given birth and breastfed their children are often interested in this combination surgery.
A woman’s breasts grow during pregnancy, which expands the skin of the breasts. Unfortunately, after childbirth and breastfeeding, the expanded skin does not always shrink back down. Because of this, the breasts sag. They often experience changes in shape and a reduction in volume.
The augmentation mastopexy corrects shape and volume changes and removes the excess skin, giving you more natural and restored, beautiful breasts. To find out more about the augmentation mastopexy, speak with Dr. Beth Collins, a board-certified plastic surgeon with years of experience. Contact our office to arrange a consultation.