How to Fix Saggy Breasts Without Surgery
If you are considering a breast lift but do not want to undergo surgery, Dr. Torgerson now offers the solution you are looking for
For some, hearing the words non-surgical and breastlift in the same sentence may seem too good to be true. However, due to recent advances in technology, there are now quick, minimally invasive ways to fix saggy breasts, which can have a dramatic impact on both your appearance and self-esteem.
Non-surgical breast lift is an ideal way to boost your self-esteem
Breast sagging, also known as breast ptsosis, is a natural part of the aging process. While some women are genetically predisposed to breast sagging, women also experience breast ptsosis after pregnancy and/or breastfeeding as well as after significant weight loss. Understandably, sagging or misshapen breasts can affect a woman’s confidence and body image. If you are troubled by droopy breasts, a non-surgical breast lift is an ideal way to boost your self-esteem and be comfortable in your skin again.
There are a variety of non-surgical cosmetic procedures to lift the breasts on the market today. One option, known as ThermiBreast, uses radio frequency energy to stimulate the production of new elastin and tighten the skin on the breast. This minimally invasive procedure takes place under local anaesthesia and involves making 4 micro incisions in the areolas. The Thermi probe is then inserted under the skin to deliver the radio frequency skin tightening and stimulate elastic production, resulting in a lifting effect.
Another non-surgical option for a breastlift is Thermage. With this non-invasive breast-lifting procedure, radio waves are used to tighten collagen layers in the skin.
Recently, neuromodulators have also been explored as an option for breast-lifting treatments. However, as this treatment is still in an exploratory stage, it has not yet been approved for breast lifts. Furthermore, effects would be mild and temporary, lasting only 3 to 4 months.
The best and most effective non-surgical approach to correct saggy breasts
Laser Breast Lift
The best and most effective non-surgical approach to correct saggy breasts is the laser breast lift, one of the newest procedures offered at Dr. Cory Torgerson’s Cosmetic Laser Clinic. Using the innovative Fotona SP Dynamis line of lasers, this two-step process lifts and tightens the skin around the breast tissue. The results are a long-lasting reduction in the sagginess of the breasts and the surrounding tissue. The procedure itself is quick and non-invasive, taking approximately 1 hour.
Utilizing dual-action laser energy, the skin on the breast is first tightened and then shrunk. The simultaneous action of the shrinking and tightening of the skin has a lifting effect. The laser technology also stimulates collagen and elastin fibre production, which helps restore and rejuvenate the dermal structures of the breasts and surrounding tissue for more long-lasting results.
Ideal candidates for this treatment have small to medium-sized breasts and mild to moderate sagging. The procedure is an excellent solution for women who want a non-invasive solution to sagging breasts due to pregnancy, weight loss, or aging.
If you think a laser breast lift may be right for you, we welcome you to contact our office and schedule a consultation with one of our laser specialists to find out if this procedure can help you achieve more youthful, perky breasts, restoring your appearance and confidence.
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