Are you feeling insecure and unattractive about your asymmetrical or unusually shaped breasts, or have you had just about enough of strapping those sagging breasts to your chest each time you leave the house? Are you looking for a miracle to get them firm and perky, just like they were when you were in your 20s? Then you need a breast lift.
Sagging if the breasts is a common problem among many women, especially between the ages of 30 and 40. Women have to deal with breasts that change over time, losing their skin’s elasticity. Whether your breasts have lost elasticity due to aging, you’ve been breastfeeding for the past two years, your areolas have become enlarged over time, or you’ve struggled with weight fluctuations, sagging breasts not only affect the appearance of your breasts, but sagging of the breasts can also cause many women to feel unattractive, embarrassed, and insecure about their bodies. So, what does a breast lift involve, and can you even afford one?
While a breast enlargement, also known as augmentation, means enlarging the breast with either silicone gel or saline, a breast lift, also known as mastopexy, is a procedure that restores the breasts’ youthful shape and firmness. This is a procedure that varies from the reduction of the areola size.
A life-changing procedure that has witnessed an enormous surge in popularity, breast lift surgery is a very common practice today. In fact, statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) show that since the year 2000, breast lift surgery has increased at twice the rate of breast implant surgeries.
At Centurion Cosmetic Clinic, we specialise in breast lifts, and what we’ve noticed is that more and more women are having their breasts lifted. Unfortunately, once your breasts drop, there is no going back to those youthful breasts you sported in your 20s. Fortunately, we are able to get rid of excess skin, tighten the surrounding tissue to reshape the breast tissue, and lift those breasts to where they belong.
At Centurion Cosmetic Clinic, we fully understand that elective surgery is expensive, and for those who are not on medical aid, we will refer you to a financial consultant who will help you obtain a personal loan, either through MediFin or Incred Medical Finance.
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