Scarring. Scarring, both on the surface skin and in the breast tissue itself, adn sometime cause difficulties. There are more often calcifications seen on subsequent mammograms, leading to diagnostic procedures and questions years later. Short term healing and scarring problems often occur, and should be discussed with a surgeon before surgery is done.
Primarily scars. Both internal and external scars are the primary concern. While a lift will later the position of the nipple to the breast mound and crease, it will not necessarily achieve fullness which will require an implant or fat grafting. Other isis include recurrent ptosis (sag), infection, bleeding, partial or complete loss of nipple sensation, interference with surgical, oncologist or mammo graphic eval.