Can a breast reduction and lift be done at the same time?

Yes. Yes you should discuss your options with a Board Certified PS.
Yes. Reduced breasts are also inherently lifted since the nipple position invariably has drifted downward as breasts grow in size. Depending upon your goals, the breasts are reduced to a size that will provide good relief of your symptoms while also providing a good cosmetic result.
Yes. Any time a patient undergoes a breast reduction procedure the breasts are lifted as well. In other words, as relatively large breasts are reduced in size, they are also lifted on the patient's chest wall. I believe it is this reduction in breast size and improvement in breast position that help to alleviate neck, back, shoulder discomfort of patients present with.
Almost all breast... Reductions include a lift; that is, the nipples are elevated to a more normal position on the breast wall. A breast lift, however, is essentially a breast reduction without the removal of a significant amount of breast tissue. This is done when there is sagging of the breasts because of a skin excess without excess fullness and weight of the breasts.

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Can you have a panniculectomy and breast reduction done at the same time?

Yes, if healthy. Many times we will perform both Breast Reduction and panniculectomy at the same time. Of course, since the patients well being is most important, they must be well enough to undergo surgery which last 3-5 hours. Blood loss may also be a factor and determining how the first procedure goes, the second may be terminated or not perfomed at all. In the end, we want a happy and healthy patient . Read more...

Is it possible to do both a breast reduction and a breast lift at the same time?

Breast Red/Lift. A breast reduction removes breast tissue and extra skin and moves the nipple areolar complex upward. A breast lift usually removes skin with minimall breast tissue removal. Read more...
Yes. Incisions and approach can be similar. Reductions typically involve lifting the breast as well as weight reduction. Breast lifts reposition and sometimes reshape the breast. Usually little breast weight is removed. Read more...
Yes. When a breast reduction is performed, the breast is “automatically” lifted at the same time. These procedures involve removal of redundant or loose breast skin; both of these procedures involve tightening of the breast skin envelope resulting in a higher position of the breasts and nipple/areola complexes on the chest wall. The main difference with breast reduction surgery is change in size. Read more...

Can I get a breast lift at the same time as my breast reduction? My breasts are very saggy as well as being too large. Can I get a breast reduction and a breast lift at the same time? .

The . The techniques for breast lift and reduction are similar for the most part therefore you do get a breast lift with a reduction. Dr edwards. Read more...
They . They go hand in hand.Alift is skin only and a breast reduction is skin and breast tissue so you would get both.www.beautybybrueck.com. Read more...
It . It is a common practice to lift the breast at the time of the reduction.\ good luck from nyc. For more info visit www.Drgrossman.Com. Read more...
Yes. Breast reduction surgery “automatically” involves breast lifting; in other words, the breasts (as well as the nipple/areola complexes) are raised on the chest wall at the same time as the breasts are reduced in size. Breast reduction surgery, for many reasons, tends to be one of the most patient pleasing operations we perform. Read more...

Can doctors do a breast reduction and a breast lift at the same time?

Yes and No. Depends on breast size and amount of desired reduction. Yes breast reduction and breast lift can be completed in the same operative procedure. Check out the staple first technique of breast lift, reduction. Surgeon review is necessary to make final decisions. Most cosmetic surgeons offer complimentary review. Take advantage of experienced advice for realistic expectations. Read more...
Almost all breast... Reductions include a lift; that is, the nipples are elevated to a more normal position on the breast wall. A breast lift, however, is essentially a breast reduction without the removal of a significant amount of breast tissue. This is done when there is sagging of the breasts because of a skin excess without excess fullness and weight of the breasts. Read more...
Yes. When a breast reduction is performed, the breast is “automatically” lifted at the same time. These procedures involve removal of redundant or loose breast skin; both of these procedures involve tightening of the breast skin envelope resulting in a higher position of the breasts and nipple/areola complexes on the chest wall. The main difference with breast reduction surgery is change in size. Read more...
Yes, it's common. Yes, a breast reduction will nearly always include a component of pa breast lift and the scarring will depend on the amount of lifting necessary as well as the surgeon's recommendations and your preferences. Read more...

I am going to get a breast reduction and would like to makemy belly smaller at the same time. Is just getting a panniculectomy done better for this type of procedure?

It Depends. There are two types of procedure for the abdomen. A panniculectomy or abdominal apron resection, will remove the excess skin that hangs below your waistline under the bellybutton. It will not affect the excess skin or fat above the belly button. If you would like to improve the entire abdomen, you would have to undergo an abdominoplasty. Read more...
Depends. During abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) excess fat/skin is removed and abdominal wall muscles may be tightened. Panniculectomy only removes excess fat/skin bellow the level of umbilicus and the abdominal muscles are not tightened. Therefore decision between these procedures is based on what is the goal of the operation. Read more...
Depends... Much will depend on your physical examination. If you are at all a candidate for abdominoplasty surgery, the aesthetic results of abdominoplasty surgery (tummy tuck) are generally much better than panniculectomy only. Discuss your goals with your plastic surgeon, who after physical examination and a full communication of your goals, will be your best resource for accurate advice. Read more...