Thinking about mastopexy? That’s the technical term for a natural breast lift. San Antonioplastic surgeons perform this procedure to restore perkiness and improve curvature of the breast. It can be less invasive and have less scarring than a breast augmentation. In fact, breast lifts are now more popular than augmentation. If you have no interest in increasing or decreasing the size of your breasts, a lift alone may be a great option for you. A breast lift can also be done after an augmentation or reduction.

What makes someone a good candidate for a breast lift? San Antonio doctors recommend the following conditions:

  • Your breasts have lost their shape or volume.
  • Without support, your nipples point toward the floor.
  • The skin of your breasts is stretched or the areolas are enlarged.
  • You are basically healthy and your weight does not fluctuate.
  • You do not smoke or are willing to stop before surgery and during your full recovery.

If these apply to you, the next step is to locate the right plastic surgeon for your breast lift. San Antonio residents have many options, but it’s important to use a board-certified plastic surgeon to ensure that they have the education, training, and experience to perform your procedure flawlessly. Ideally, a board-certified plastic surgeon with a degree in art is a perfect choice, since a breast lift is a procedure that sculpts your breast to recreate a youthful curvature.

Years of experience combined with powerful artistic sensibility have made Dr. Elizabeth Harris one of the most popular and highest rated doctors in her area. She should be your first call if you’re serious about a breast lift. San Antonio and New Braunfels locations are available. Schedule a consultation today to discuss your surgery goals and what you’ll need to do to prepare. Use Dr. Harris’s contact form or phone directly for a consultation at 210-545-4848.

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