Mastopexy (Breast Lift)

Breast Lift Dallas, TXOne of the most common forms of breast surgeries within the cosmetic and plastic surgery world is a breast lift. This procedure, technically known as a mastopexy, lifts the patient’s breast. It can be done with or without augmentation; that decision is up to you and your surgeon. Dr. Jeffrey D. Hopkins has performed breast lifts throughout his plastic surgery practice, and he can speak to the benefits of having the procedure done.

The Benefits of a Breast Lift

At the most basic level, a breast lift raises the bustline. It could be lowered due to age or illness, and this surgery combats those effects. On a personal level, though, a breast lift is more than surgery. Instead, it is a rejuvenation method. It offers patients a way to refresh their look and their life.

Additionally, a breast lift can help one grapple with negative body image. With a cosmetic procedure aimed at addressing the patient’s goals, one can go from a place of self-doubt to a place of body positivity. It is amazing what a mastopexy can do for both the body and mind.

The Breast Lift Procedure

Breast lift surgery, or mastopexy, raises the breasts by successfully removing the excess skin from the tissue and tightening the remaining tissue to reshape and offer support to the new contours of your chest. Breast lifts are becoming increasingly more popular, having grown by 70% since 2000.

If you find that your breasts are beginning to sag or your areolas have become enlarged, breast lift surgery can often reduce these problems significantly.  While under anesthesia or intravenous sedation, the patient will begin the procedure. Your surgeon will perform one of three common incision patterns – around the areola, under the areola, or both. To reshape the breasts successfully, the underlying tissue is lifted and reshaped. The nipple and areola are repositioned to a more natural position on the breast, and enlarged areola is reduced. The excess breast skin will be removed to compensate for the loss of elasticity.

After The Mastopexy

After the mastopexy procedure, a common feeling is reported from patients: relief. Although it isn’t shown in a blood test or measured on a scale, it is felt emotionally. Patients are relieved and overjoyed that they have taken control of their bodies, lifting the sagging areas they once felt shame about.

A breast lift allows you, the patient, to take back your body. You will be no longer subject to sagging. No longer does your bustline dissatisfy you. Instead, you are your best you. Nothing is holding you back. For more information Contact us.

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  • Dear Dr. Hopkins,

    How do I possibly begin to thank you for all that you’ve done/do!  You, “the one” who hastouched, reshaped and transferred my life so much, “literally.”  Today I stand on top of the world and from the bottom of my heart and the top of my lungs I shout; “Thank you so very much Dr. Hopkins.  You’re the BEST.  Your skillful hands, level of excellence in the work you do and genius mind has truly blessed me, moreover, has given me a new direction in life.” Dr. Hopkins, may our Lord Jesus Christ bless you, provide and keep you.  May his mercy andglory abundantly fill you as he can do.  With deep gratitude and appreciation, your loyal patient.



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