A Breast Lift in Manila might be just the thing, to reverse the effects of gravity, weight changes, age, pregnancy and breastfeeding. Your breasts can be restored to perky and plump with a procedure known as mastopexy(breast lift), that raises sagging breasts.
You may be if:
You want to restore your breasts’ elevation, size and contourYou aren’t pregnant or breast feedingYou have realistic expectations of how new breasts will affect your life
Your initial concerns might be to find highly skilled, educated surgeons who have done many breast lifts, as well as facilities that are top of the line. You’ll definitely find those things here in Manila, plus another major benefit. Affordability. You know you need work done, and now it is financially within your grasp. Especially when the cost of the procedure, airfare, and accommodations are all less than 50-90% of the cost of the procedure alone at home!
The average cost of Breast Lift in Manila is around AUD $4,587(NZ $5,012, UK £2,381, EUR €3,084, CAN $4,499, USD $3,352). That is an incredible savings compared to the cost of having the treatment at home - $18,766 in Australia. (NZ $20,508, UK £9,739, EUR €12,617, CAN $18,406, USD $13,714).
You would go about researching surgeons in Manila, the same way you would at home. Talk to people who have had a breast lift. Ask the surgeon for a portfolio of before and after photos to see if their work matches what you want to look like. Check out their education, professional memberships, continuing education and the quality of the facilities where they perform the treatments.
Use MedicalDepartures.com to continue your research. We’ve already done quality checks, such as education, board qualifications, medical association memberships, and reviews from patients. We take it a step further and do criminal and legal checks as well. Only once they pass all our quality checks do they get posted on our site.
After anesthetic is administered. The most common three incision technique is called an Anchor-pattern mastopexy. There is an incision around the areola, an incision along a portion of the infra-mammary fold (IMF), and a vertical incision connecting them. Once the excess skin is removed, the incisions are closed in a way to improve shape, fullness and elevation.
You can read more about Breast Lift (Mastopexy) at the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Depending on your particular breast size, shape and amount of lift needed, there are a couple of different lifts.
A full breast lift uses the “Anchor-Pattern” incision pattern, and allows for more dramatic modifications.
A modified breast lift uses incisions that are fewer and smaller, but the changes are more moderate. Periareolar lift, also known as a crescent lift uses a crescent shaped incision to remove a crescent shaped portion of tissue. The Circumareolar lift (Benelli breast lift, donut lift) removes a donut shaped from around the perimeter of the areola. And the circumvertical lift (lollipop lift, vertical scar), which is an incision around the areola, and then vertically down to the infra-mammary fold.
Every person’s body, and the results they seek, are different, so talk with your surgeon, and find out which option would work best for you.
Breast Lift surgery takes about two to three hours. This procedure can be done either inpatient, requiring an overnight stay, or same day out patient.
You will be sore for a little while, so make sure you have help for the first few days for any child care, and lifting. After the surgical dressings are removed, you’ll wear a supportive surgical bra-like garment.
You may need help for a couple days after surgery, and can return to work in a week, depending on what you do. You may feel comfortable enough after about three days to lift your child and drive. You’ll want to hold off on any strenuous exercise or activity for two to six weeks.
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