The study of art is more complex than it may appear. While art may seem like something that is restricted to museums and high-end galleries, art is all around us. And no single subject has been depicted in more art than the human form. One could argue that studying art is a prolonged examination of the appearance of human bodies. That’s one reason that the study of art lends itself perfectly to performing cosmetic surgeries like a natural breast lift.

Art history teaches us that the ideal body type can change over the centuries. Happily, the technology available to achieve the ideal body continues to advance. A natural breast lift is a simple procedure that can create a dramatic result without looking artificial.

If you’re looking for a way to regain a more youthful shape or just lend your body a helping hand, a natural breast lift can be the perfect way to get the contours you’re looking for. There are a few different types of natural breast lift:

  • Full Breast Lift
  • Modified Breast Lift
  • Breast Lift for Previously Augmented Breasts
  • Breast Lift With Augmentation

The best surgery for you can depend on several factors, including your body shape, skin elasticity, overall health, and your own expectations. Ideally, you’d begin with a consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon. They can discuss your options and what you hope the surgery will accomplish. Realistic expectations are important here.

The plastic surgeon you consult should be board certified and have an art degree or formal art training. This assures that you have an experienced and vetted medical professional who can also offer the benefit of an artistic eye. Dr. Elizabeth Harris at the Center for Cosmetic Surgery is a board-certified plastic surgeon with training in the arts and extensive experience in performing natural breast lift surgery. Use Dr. Harris’s contact form, or phone 210-545-4848 for more information or to arrange a consultation.

Dr. Elizabeth Harris is retiring, she will no longer be doing surgeries, but she will be available for existing patients until January 31st, 2023.DIRECTIONS