Breast Lift (Mastopexy)
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This 22 year old woman from the Euless region of Texas came to my Southlake practice interested in breast enhancement. She had always been dissatisfied with the appearance of her breasts, and hoped that breast augmentation would improve her breast asymmetries.

During the examination component of our consultation, I noted that she had significant breast asymmetry, and was not a good candidate for breast augmentation. She had congenital breast ptosis (droop), with markedly dilated areola, a very wide right breast, and a constricted breast on the left with a 2cm fold height asymmetry (the left breast was 2 cm higher on her chest than the right).

Because of these marked asymmetries, she was not a good candidate for breast augmentation. Before we could even consider augmentation, we would need to make her breasts more symmetric. The anchor incision breast lift was most appropriate, as it would provide the lift we needed, would allow for making her areola smaller, and could also make her breast position on her chest more symmetric by lowering the inframammary fold on the left side.

Her procedure and recovery were very smooth, and she was shocked what a difference a breast lift could make! Even though we had planned for an augmentation at a later date, once we had performed the lift she was so surprised how much she enjoyed her new breast shape. The volume component of an augmentation did not seem necessary, and we decided to stop after the lift procedure.

Surgeon: Michael A. Bogdan MD
Age: 22
Breast Incision Type: Inverted T
Cup Size: Before: B After: B
Height: 5'3''

Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

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Procedures Performed
  • Breast Rejuvenation
  • Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

This 22 year old woman from the Euless region of Texas came to my Southlake practice interested in breast enhancement. She had always been dissatisfied with the appearance of her breasts, and hoped that breast augmentation would improve her breast asymmetries.

During the examination component of our consultation, I noted that she had significant breast asymmetry, and was not a good candidate for breast augmentation. She had congenital breast ptosis (droop), with markedly dilated areola, a very wide right breast, and a constricted breast on the left with a 2cm fold height asymmetry (the left breast was 2 cm higher on her chest than the right).

Because of these marked asymmetries, she was not a good candidate for breast augmentation. Before we could even consider augmentation, we would need to make her breasts more symmetric. The anchor incision breast lift was most appropriate, as it would provide the lift we needed, would allow for making her areola smaller, and could also make her breast position on her chest more symmetric by lowering the inframammary fold on the left side.

Her procedure and recovery were very smooth, and she was shocked what a difference a breast lift could make! Even though we had planned for an augmentation at a later date, once we had performed the lift she was so surprised how much she enjoyed her new breast shape. The volume component of an augmentation did not seem necessary, and we decided to stop after the lift procedure.

Surgeon: Michael A. Bogdan MD
Age: 22
Breast Incision Type: Inverted T
Cup Size: Before: B After: B
Height: 5'3''

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