“I am 31 years old, and have had two pregnancies, I am 5′ 2″ weight 126lb and a 34C. I am looking into getting a breast augmentation to become a full D; However due to the years and two pregnancies, I feel my breasts have sagged. I measured 24-25 in. distance between my sternal notch and nipples. I really want the fullness, but want to avoid the vertical scar. Is the sagging of my breasts considerable that I definitely need the breast lift surgery or will the implants alone solve the issue?”, asked a RealSelf user.
“You will certainly need to have mastopexy (breast lift) in addition to having implants. This is especially true as your breasts are slightly asymmetrical. At the very least, you need to undergo a crescent lift with an incision around the areolar which will also give you an areolar reduction which will be more aesthetically pleasing.”, explained Aristocrat’s certified surgeon Dr. Kevin Tehrani, M.D., F.A.C.S.
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