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Breast Lift Surgery in Edmonton

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  • July 29, 2015

Shapes and symmetry – the body is truly a work of art; however, aging and genetics can take their toll on all aspects of the body. Ultimately, you know your body best and if you feel that your breasts have begun to sag, talk to Dr. Ladak at Alberta Plastic Surgery. After discussing your goals during a thorough consultation, Dr. Ladak will advise if you would benefit from breast lift surgery, clinically known as mastopexy.

It’s through consultations with Dr. Ladak that you’ll learn what to do to prepare for breast mastopexy. Although the surgery is performed on a day basis, you will be under general anesthesia and you should restrict your mobility. That means bringing clothes that are easy to change into after the surgery and to prepare your home before the procedure, by making household items easily accessible.

On the day of the surgery, you will meet our professional team, including the anesthesiologist and the nursing staff, as well as talking to Dr. Ladak before the procedure. Dr. Ladak will mark the position where your nipple will be placed on your breast.

The mastopexy procedure itself consists of Dr. Ladak removing excess fat and tissue from the breast and then repositioning the nipple areola to a height that will restore a youthful appearance. If you’re also receiving breast implants as part of the procedure, Dr. Ladak will insert them and place a bandage on your breasts.

Post-surgery, Dr. Ladak will monitor your recovery period closely. He will also teach you how to change dressings and how to keep incision sites clean. Dr. Ladak will prescribe any medications that you might need to minimize any discomfort, which is best picked up before the procedure is performed.

You also need to be prepared for a new YOU. As we mentioned earlier, you know your body the best, and with mastopexy repositioning your breasts to an elevated position, you need to prepare for an increase in confidence. Being happy with your appearance in the mirror can lead to positive changes in your personal and professional life. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

The aging process is not the sole contributor to sagging breasts. Some women genetically have low-hanging breasts, but other factors may include large weight loss, pregnancy and breastfeeding. The best combatant for low-hanging breasts is the cosmetic procedure, mastopexy, which will defeat Father Time and restore your breasts and give them a younger look and feel.

If you’re interested in finding out more about what Dr. Adil Ladak’s plastic and cosmetic surgery practice in Edmonton, Alberta, call today to schedule a consultation. 

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