Matthew J. Matthew J Lynch, MD
Cosmetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery located in East Windsor, NJ
Following a pregnancy or significant weight loss, you may be left with sagging, unshapely breasts. Matthew J. Lynch MD Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in East Windsor, New Jersey, offers breast lift surgery (Mastopexy) to restore a more youthful look to your breasts. Dr. Lynch focuses on removing excess skin and repositioning your breasts, and nipple and areola to a higher position on your breasts to improve contour and balance. Learn how a breast lift can work for you by calling the office or requesting an appointment online today.
Breast Lift Q & A
What is a breast lift?
A breast lift, or mastopexy, is a surgery to correct sagging breasts. The procedure involves removing excess skin and lifting your existing breast tissue to a higher position.
The primary goal of a breast lift is to enhance the fullness of your breasts and give you a more youthful appearance.
Why should I consider a breast lift?
Many women choose to undergo breast lift surgery to boost their self-confidence. As you age, breast tissue loses its elasticity and causes breasts to sag.
Sagging breasts may also be due to pregnancy, weight gain, or breastfeeding. These events cause your breasts to enlarge, which stretches out your skin and breast tissue.
You may want to consider a breast lift if you’re unhappy with the appearance of your breasts due to sagging and excess skin. A lift won’t change the size of your breast, but Dr. Lynch can reshape them to enhance your natural contours.
Dr. Lynch can also complete a breast lift in conjunction with breast augmentation surgery. He can resize and reshape your breasts with saline or silicone breast implants and remove excess skin or tissue to lift your new breasts into a more youthful position.
What can I expect during a breast lift?
As an experienced breast surgeon, Dr. Lynch customizes your surgical plan to meet your unique needs.
Your surgery plan focuses on the removal of excess tissue and the repositioning of your areola and nipple to achieve a natural-looking result.
How long does it take to recover from a breast lift?
It’s common to experience some mild discomfort, swelling, and bruising around your breasts that resolves within a few days. You will need to avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting for a period of time after your breast lift surgery.
If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your breasts due to excess, saggy skin, schedule a breast lift consultation online or by calling the office of Matthew J. Lynch MD Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery today.
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