Aristocrat Breast Augmentation

Q&A: Is There a Surgical Technique That Can Help Me Avoid a Breast Lift?

“One surgeon has recommended TUBA and another said completely submuscular w/a transaxillary approach and lift. I know I have some degree of ptosis, but I’m happy w/the position of my breasts and want to avoid a lift. My torso is long, and though the distance from collarbone to nipple is outside nml range (24″), I feel it’s proportionate to my shape. What technique offers the best chance of avoiding a lift? If physiologically possible, I’d like them at least partially under the muscle.”, says a RealSelf user.

“Based on your description and the pictures, you’re very good candidate for breast augmentation in the submuscular position. If you choose to use saline implants, the TUBA procedure is excellent. However, you have little upper pole fullness. This will make your implant very palpable and possibly rippling noted with a saline implant. A silicone implant will be a better option for you placed partially under the muscle through your inframammary fold.”, explains Aristocrat’s certified surgeon Dr. Kevin Tehrani, M.D., F.A.C.S.

If you have more question, or you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tehrani, please call us!

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