20 Oct

Fall Is the Time for a Lift: Breast Lift or Augmentation

Fall is a great time to consider a breast lift or augmentation. There are some great reasons to consider these procedures in the fall. If you act quickly, you can be through your recovery and back to normal activity well in time for the holidays. But should you get a breast lift or a breast augmentation? Here’s what you need to know to make your decision.

What a Breast Lift Can Do For You

You might think that you need to have larger breasts to be happy with your physique, but often a breast lift can do the trick. A breast lift can make your breasts appear larger because they are firmer, more supple, and perkier. Often, this is enough to improve the appearance of your breasts. A breast lift is also a simpler procedure that has less downtime and more successful results.

Breast Lift and Breast Augmentation

If you go to a reputable doctor for breast augmentation, chances are they are going to do a breast lift as part of the procedure. The breast lift and breast augmentation go hand in hand because you want the breasts to be perky and firm, not sagging. In order to keep the breast supple after the implant, the breast must be lifted and the skin tightened to give the desired appearance.

The Argument for Breast Augmentation

If you have severely sagging breasts, you might want to have breast augmentation in combination with a breast lift to replace the lost volume in your breasts. There can be many other reasons for wanting a breast augmentation. Breast augmentation is a complex procedure, but one that is easy to recover from and allowing you to quickly return to normal activity.

If you are interested in either a breast lift or breast augmentation, contact us today for more information or to schedule your initial consultation.

Dr. William W. Adams MD

Plastic Surgeon at Dr. William W. Adams MD
Dr. William Adams is a serious surgeon. After stints in San Francisco, Portland, Oregon and Little Rock, Arkansas, he established his practice in St. Petersburg in 1995. For his internship and residency, he chose the prestigious Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, in large part because the program allowed him to immediately concentrate on plastic surgery. Find out more about Dr. Adams on Google + and Facebook

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