Changing the Look of Your Breasts

Published on: October 4, 2017

Breast size, shape and position are different for every woman, and can change throughout your life. You may start your teens and twenties with a size and shape you are comfortable with, but have changes due to pregnancy, nursing or weight fluctuations. Some women are unhappy with their breasts from the beginning, wanting smaller, larger or differently shaped breasts. Regardless of the reason, if you want to change the look of your breasts, there are options available.

Breast Lift

For women who have noticed a shift in their breasts due to aging, pregnancy or weight fluctuations, a breast lift could be the best solution. This procedure is used for those that are happy with the size of their breasts but want them lifted back to the position they were when they were younger.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation can be used to make the breasts larger or change their shape. Usually implants are used to add volume or sculpt the shape of the breasts. This can be performed to enhance the breasts or as part of a breast reconstruction for those who have had a mastectomy.

Breast Reduction

Large breasts can be cumbersome for many women, causing many issues in their life. Clothes may not fit right and pain can accompany large breasts, especially in the back. Breast reduction can remove some of the weight and size; it can also be used to change the shape. A breast lift can be combined with the reduction to create a youthful, perky appearance.

If you are not happy with the look of your breasts, you can make a change. Talk to a qualified, experienced plastic surgeon that specializes in breast enhancement surgeries to find the best option for you.

Posted on behalf of:
Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists, P.C.
2001 Peacthree Road #630
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 355-3566

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