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How long after getting a breast lift can you return to work?

How long after getting a breast lift can you return to work?

We recommend: One week off if you have a desk job. Physical jobs will require more time off. ...Read more

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Dr. Tom Pousti
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Breast Lift (Definition)

A breast lift is the removal of excess skin and repositioning of the nipple/areolar complex to a more pleasing position. The volume of the ...Read more


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How long before i can go back to walking and work out after breast lift/aug. Surgery?

How long before i can go back to walking and work out after breast lift/aug. Surgery?

Ask surgeon: You should look at your discharge paperwork for details. If none, then call your surgeon for specific details, as these will vary. ...Read more

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Can all women get a breast lift?

Can all women get a breast lift?

Depends on fullness: If you have enough fullness. F you don't, you may want to get a breast augmentation either with implants or your natural fat. It also depends on your medicl history. Please see this website for more information on natural breast augmentations. Fattransferbreastaug.Com. ...Read more

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Does it hurt to get a breast lift done?

Does it hurt to get a breast lift done?

Yes: You will be in pain and sore for a couple weeks. Worst is the first 2-3 days post op. ...Read more

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Do i need to be at least 18 to get a breast lift?

Do i need to be at least 18 to get a breast lift?

Teen breast surgery: When considering breast surgery in a young woman, the usual consideration is to wait till the breast has achieved its normal growth i.e. She is at least 1-2 years post-puberty. If the breast is under or over developed then surgery is contemplated. Earlier surgeries are rarely performed and can be e.g. for release of significant chest scars to allow the breast buds to grow. ...Read more

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Would it be possible get a breast lift on the nhs?

Would it be possible get a breast lift on the nhs?

Probably Not.: Although I do not have any personal experience with the nhs, i can tell you that breast lifting surgery is not covered through any type of health insurance in the United States. This procedure is considered cosmetic in nature, and not "medically necessary”. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What stage of life is appropriate to get a breast lift?

Varies.: Understanding that many patients decide to have surgery when timing is not “ideal”, the ideal time to undergo breast lifting surgery ( in terms of helping to minimize the need for additional surgery) would be when patients have completed pregnancies, have achieved a long-term stable weight, are psychosocially stable, financially stable, and completely self-motivated. Best wishes. ...Read more

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For how long does it take to recover from a breast lift?

For how long does it take to recover from a breast lift?

Usually very quick: We allow shower right away with waterproof dressings, there's usually little pain, activities the entail repetitive arm motion and shock are out for a few wks incl sweeping vacuuming raking &c., wear sports bras and go out to eat or shop in the afternoon of the surgery! Sports bra only for ~3wks- double to exercise without bouncing ...Read more

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How long is the recovery period after a breast lift?

How long is the recovery period after a breast lift?

2 weeks: Depending on your job you can go back to work in two weeks. No bouncing excercises for 6 weeks. ...Read more

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What is the best way to get a breast lift without surgery or implants?

What is the best way to get a breast lift without surgery or implants?

Nonsurgical lift: If father time and gravity have taken their toll on your breasts, the only option to give a lifted look is to perform a breast lift. The addition of implants is solely based on the desire for more volume. The type of life will depend on how fallen the breasts are. A small lift can be performed around the areola (dark skin around the nipple). More fallen breasts will need a bigger lift. ...Read more

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