Before having a breast lift, consult your doctor for detailed advice. Your doctor will then decide what can be done.
In addition, smoking and alcohol should be stopped before the operation. For this, the use of blood thinners should not be applied, as this will accelerate blood flow.
Use pain relievers recommended by your doctor for the first few days after the breast lift.
Avoid sexual activity for at least one to two weeks after the breast lift. Your doctor will give you detailed advice on whether it is appropriate to continue with daily activities such as washing your hair, showering or bathing.
You will notice a change in the appearance of your breasts. Their shape will continue to change and consolidate for a few months. Although the scars are permanent, they will soften and thin over a few years. The scars stay under your bra or bathing suit.
Breast lift will help you regain your confidence by giving you the breast shape you want. This will be reflected in your life.
Today, cosmetic surgeries are performed using more advanced techniques and can be used in all seasons
You must decide whether the benefits of a breast lift are what you want and whether the risks and potential complications of a breast lift are acceptable.
You will be asked to sign the approval forms to ensure you fully understand the procedure and all breast lift risks and possible complications.
Breast lift risks include:
Slow healing of incisions
Change in the nipple or nipple sensation, which may be temporary or permanent.
Chest girth and shape irregularities
Fatty tissue deep in the skin can die off
need for corrective surgery
These and other risks will be explained by your advisors before your approval is sought. It is important that you discuss all of your questions directly with your plastic surgeon.