If you are looking at your breasts and wanting a bit more volume on top to achieve a fuller look or have more cleavage, then you may be asking for a breast lift with implant augmentation. This gives more volume and upper pole fullness. This upper pole fullness describes the upper part of your breast mound, the area that is associated with breast cleavage.
An implant augmentation may be the procedure to take on your desire for upper pole fullness in your breasts, although a fair amount of patients require a breast lift with implant augmentation to achieve the upper pole fullness. A breast lift with implant augmentation upper pole fullness achieves upper pole fullness in the breasts by lifting the breasts, inserting the desired size implant, and creating the fullness in the upper breast mound.
A breast lift requires excision of the lower breast tissue, thus having less skin to wrap around the implant, and in turn lifting the breast to give it the lifted appearance. With the excision of breast tissue and skin, a breast lift also entails the reposition of the nipple to an aesthetically pleasing position on the breast.
A breast lift with implant augmentation would include strategically placing the implant at the center of the nipple and also placed to give a proportionate amount of upper pole fullness.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Arian Mowlavi prepares all of his patients with the proper knowledge about realistic expectations of the journey and results for a breast lift with upper pole fullness.
Although Dr. Mowlavi’s private practice is located in Laguna Beach, CA, being a breast specialist brings patients nationally and internationally to his office. Dr. Mowlavi provides his patients with both virtual and in-practice consultations to discuss your interest in a breast lift with implant augmentation upper pole fullness.
Please see our 37-year-old female 3-months following a bilateral breast lift and synchronous augmentation with 250cc silicone gel implants.