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Pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss, and aging can have a significant impact on the appearance, shape, size, and positioning of the female breasts. Fortunately, women who are unhappy with sagging breasts have options available to them for treatment. This includes a breast lift, or mastopexy, that is available as a surgical treatment at the practice of Dr. Jeffrey J. Roth.

What is mastopexy?
Dr. Jeffrey J. Roth describes the breast lift procedure as a way of removing excess skin to combat sagging. In doing so, this also positions the breasts into a more natural position on the chest to achieve a more youthful look. The procedure does not change the size and volume of the breasts, however. Women who want to both lift and enlarge the breasts will want to have both a breast lift and breast augmentation at the same time. This allows women to pick a breast implant to increase the size of the breasts at the same time they treat the sagging and positioning. In some cases, the areola and nipples may be repositioned on the breasts as well for a natural appearance.

Why choose mastopexy?

There are many reasons why women will choose to have mastopexy done. This surgical procedure is a personal choice, and should only be done for one’s self and not for someone else. Women should also have realistic expectations about what can be achieved with a breast lift, and discuss other procedures that may be performed at the same time for the best results. Women often choose to have this procedure done to combat changes that have occurred due to weight changes, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and aging. When women want to achieve a more youthful contour and feel more confident in revealing clothing, a breast lift procedure might be appropriate.

Call the team at Dr. Jeffrey J. Roth Plastic Surgery to learn more

Las Vegas, NV area women interested in a breast lift can contact our team of professionals at (702) 450-0777 to request a consultation visit with our providers. We are dedicated to providing the best possible care for new and established patients of our office. We are conveniently located at 6140 South Fort Apache Road, Suite #100.

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