What Are The Best Non-Surgical Breast-Lifting Methods?
Thanks to modern technology, a breast lift no longer necessitates surgery followed by a lengthy recovery and the risk of permanent scarring
In recent years, non-surgical breast-lifting methods have gained popularity as their non-invasive nature, non-existent downtime, and natural-looking results make them an attractive option for women looking to restore youthfulness to their breasts.
Non-surgical breast lift is an ideal way to boost your self-esteem
Breast Lifting Methods
There are a variety of non-surgical breast lifting methods available in the cosmetic world today, including neurotoxin injection and Thermage. However, Dr. Cory Torgerson specializes in laser breast lifting, which is the safest, most effective non-surgical option.
Recently, neurotoxin injection has been explored as a treatment option to correct sagging breasts. However, this treatment is still in an exploratory stage and is therefore not yet approved. In a neurotoxin breastlift, Botulinum Toxin A is injected into the pectoralis minor chest muscles, which temporarily paralyzes them. When these muscles are paralyzed, the back muscles are forced to compensate, thereby giving the breast a subtle lift. The results of this type of treatment are minimal and last an average of 3 to 4 months.
Another non-surgical option for breast lifting is Thermage, which is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure in which radio waves are used to tighten collagen layers in the skin. Unfortunately, since sagging is usually related to the laxity of deep ligaments in the breasts, Thermage is not an effective treatment for patients who experience moderate to severe sagging, because the deep location of these ligaments makes them inaccessible to the superficial treatments delivered by Thermage.
The best and most effective non-surgical approach to correct saggy breasts
Although there are numerous non-surgical options on the market, a laser breast lift is the most effective treatment to correct sagging of the breasts. At Dr. Torgerson’s Laser Clinic, the cutting-edge Fotona SP Dynamis laser is used to non-surgically lift the skin of the breast tissue. Using dual-action lasers, this non-invasive procedure lifts and tightens the skin around the breast tissue in as little as an hour. During this two-step procedure, the Er:YAG laser is used for gentle skin tightening while the Nd:YAG laser heats deep tissue, which helps shrink the skin. This dual action effectively lifts the skin on the breast. The laser technology also stimulates collagen and elastin fibre production, which helps restore and rejuvenate the dermal structures of the breast and surrounding tissue.
The results are a subtle lifting of the breast tissue over the course of the treatment. Although results are often visible after just one treatment, to achieve optimal results, a minimum of 3 treatments are required. This quick and painless procedure requires no downtime, so patients are able to resume their daily activities immediately following the treatment, making it an attractive choice for busy women.
If you are bothered by breast ptosis caused by aging, pregnancy, and/or weight loss, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with one of our laser specialists. We understand the tremendous impact that breast sagging can have on your self-esteem, and we are proud to offer the best non-surgical breast lifting solution to help you achieve firmer, perkier breasts and restore your confidence.
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