Patient Case Study: Breast Lift with Implants # 2

Patient Case Study: Breast Lift with Implants # 2

Breast Lift with Implants Surgery Patient – Case Study Saggy Breast

Breast surgery is all about achieving the optimal cup size for the patient, in combination with a shapely breast.  At times, the breast tissue and particularly the height of the nipple may need to be altered and re-elevated in the form of a breast lift to achieve these goals. A breast lift alone isn’t always adequate to achieve a patients desired look. In these circumstances, it can be combined with a breast reduction to decrease cup size or a breast implant to increase the cup size. It is not uncommon for patients to have other procedures performed at the same time, such as a tummy tuck/ abdominoplasty – Case Study Saggy Breasts.

Breast Lift with Implants Patient Before and After Image Side
This patient had a breast lift with 300cc round high profile implants. After photo was taken 3 months post-surgery – Case Study Saggy Breasts.

Breast lifts with implants are used to ensure that the nipple is located on the apex of the created breast mound and are often required when there has been significant sagging, impacting the breast shape and firmness. This can be a result of pregnancy and breastfeeding or weight loss. There are also conditions where the nipple will be located particularly low on the breast mound and these patients are also candidates for a breast lift.

Breast Lift with Implants Before and After - Dr Jeremy Hunt
Patient lost 80 kilos of weight over a 1.5 year period. Dr Hunt performed a breast lift, tummy tuck/ abdominoplasty and lower body lift – Case Study Saggy Breasts.

The type of incision required depends on the degree of lift needed. A minimal lift involves an incision around the nipple or the areola. While a larger lift, may need a vertical incision down the front of the breast and this is what is commonly referred to as a “lollipop scar”. If a particularly large lift is needed and there is excess skin underneath the breast, an incision is added in the fold under the breast.

Case Study Saggy Breasts - Dr Hunt
This patient had a breast lift and breast augmentation – Case Study Saggy Breasts.

If the objective of breast surgery is the most aesthetic breast mound possible, and more volume is desired by the patient, then achieving that will require an individualised approach that may involve a breast reduction, a breast augmentation and one of a number of different breast lifts to locate the nipple on the top of the breast mound.

Case Study Saggy Breasts Before and After - Dr Hunt
This patient had a breast lift and augmentation with a tummy tuck/ abdominoplasty. After photo was taken 4 months post-surgery – Case Study Saggy Breasts.


Further Reading – breast surgery Patient Case Study

About Dr Jeremy Hunt – Plastic Surgeon

dr jeremy hunt

Dr Jeremy Hunt is a specialist plastic surgeon performing breast, body, face and nose surgery in Australia.

He is a member of FRACS & ASPS and has over 20 years of experience providing plastic surgery in Sydney.

Careful, considerate and honest, Dr Jeremy Hunt works with you to find a solution that is optimal for your body and your lifestyle.

Dr Hunt’s personal, one-on-one service and attention to detail has given thousands of women and men from the Sydney & Wollongong NSW area and across Australia the aesthetic results they desire.

Dr Hunt’s qualifications and education

Dr Jeremy A Hunt MBBS FRACS graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine degree from Sydney University in 1990 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgery. He completed a Fellowship at the prestigious University of Texas in the United States, where he learnt from some of the world’s very best plastic surgeons.

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