A breast lift is among the most restorative, rejuvenating procedures available. For patients with breasts that may have become a little droopy, a breast lift delivers perky results. Dr. Tzamantaki delivered breast lift with scarring that is virtually invisible. Breasts look natural and youthful with no signs of meddling. If your breasts need a boost it may be the right time to consider a breast lift with Dr. Tzamantaki.
MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION
Understanding the breast lift is the first step towards making a decision. While a personal consultation with Dr. Tzamantaki is the right way to make a decision general education about breast lift is still effective. To help with this, it’s good to know that a breast lift addresses to many problems, not only sagging. Especially for the following issues, breast lift is perfect for:
- An empty skin envelope, contributing to flat or pendulous breasts
- Nipples that fall below the beast crease
- Nipples and areolas that point downwards
- Stretched breast skin or enlarged areolas
- Asymmetrical breasts
It’s important to know that Breast Lift can be combined with Breast Augmentation. In that way, patients not only get perkier, more youthful breasts, but they also get a subtle or significant increase in volume. In the interest of providing the most caring Breast Lift, Dr. Tzamantaki has developed a unique surgical philosophy. Rather than accepting any patients for surgery based on their ability to pay, she goes above and beyond to determine what’s truly the best course of action. After a rigorous consultation process, her surgical plan will be in coordination with her patient’s goal’s and she will definitely achieve them. If Dr. Tzamantaki accepts a patient for cosmetic surgery, it is because years of experience tells her she will sincerely produce the desired results.
Before a breast lift, Dr. Tzamantaki’s consultation is a turning point for any patient’s cosmetic journey. After learning about the patient’s personal goals, she then reviews her “breast profile” gathering anatomical information to determine the best course of action. This information includes the anatomy of, not only breasts, but also the entire body, allowing her to visualize the correct proportions. At this point she will map out a comprehensive treatment plan and make that plan a reality. It is an exciting time, for both doctor and patient.
By Dr. Elena Tzamantaki
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