The Gift of Breast Lift

I have always believed that women are God’s special creations!  Not only do they bring life into the world, they are definitely nicer to look at!  And in my profession as a plastic surgeon, my goal is to keep it that way.  Childbirth and aging can take a toll on a woman’s appearance and they often come in at The Plastic Surgery Group of Rochester complaining of sagging breasts that makes them feel unattractive and unsure of themselves.  For cases like these, I recommend breast lifts or mastopexy for my patients in Rochester, NY to help raise sagging breasts by removing any excess skin and tightening the surrounding breast tissue.

Aside from my patients who get sagging breasts due to childbirth and aging, breast lifts can also be a good solution for post-menopausal women and for those who drastically lost weight so that the contour and shape of the breasts can be restored.  Breast lifts, however, cannot increase or decrease the size of the breasts significantly.  Breast augmentation would be a better option.

At The Plastic Surgery Group of Rochester, mastopexy is done under general anesthesia and once this has taken effect, I will make an incision in the areola area where I will start to reshape and remove any excess skin.  After achieving the perfect shape, I will reposition the areola for a more youthful profile.  The effects are almost immediate and my patients in Rochester NY walk out with a revived self-confidence and a more youthful figure.

Learn more about breast lifts and how it can help you bring back your youthful appearance. By visiting our website, or call us at (585) 922-5840 for a consultation today. Our offices are located at 10 Hagen Drive, Suite 310, Rochester, NY.


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