Breast Lift with Internal Bra
Your breast tissue may have weakness as the result of issues like weight loss or changes brought on by pregnancy. Adding an internal bra to your breast procedure can provide additional support to help enhance and maintain your results. You can add an internal bra to your breast augmentation and/or breast lift procedure. Ask Dr. Cho if you would benefit from an internal bra.
Breast Lift with Internal Bra Procedure Overview
The breast lift with an internal bra can help women who have weak breast tissue that does not support a breast implant adequately. The weakness may be due to age, changes that occurred with pregnancy or weight loss. You may need soft tissue support for a higher breast position and optimal cleavage. The procedure can also help women who have breast implants and suffer from sagging or if the implants are positioned poorly.
You will meet with Dr. Cho during your initial consultation to learn about the procedure and to determine if you are a good candidate for the internal bra surgery. Once you decide on a breast lift with an internal bra, you will be given pre- and post-operative care instructions and an idea of the results you can expect from the surgery. The breast lift with an internal bra is performed as outpatient surgery and you will go home the same day.
The internal bra technique will create better breast support internally. The results will simulate the support you would get with a pushup bra, using your own breast tissue. The surgery generally takes from 3-5 hours.
Dr. Cho will use sterile materials that create scaffolds that eventually integrate with your natural breast tissue. These scaffolds promote natural tissue growth for firmer and more youthful-looking breasts. Over 12-18 months after the surgery, the scaffold material is absorbed leaving you with natural tissue and a more attractive silhouette.
You can have a breast augmentation or breast reduction along with your breast lift with an internal bra.
Some people receive implants to change the silhouette of their breasts.
There is a risk of infection, seroma, bleeding, hematoma, inflammation, scaffold migration, wound opening and pain.
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