Today, there is a wide variety of different surgeries that a plastic surgeon can perform. Due to the many complexities of these surgeries it can be quite easy to mistake one for another, or use distinct terms interchangeably. One great example of a common misconception is believing that ‘breast lifts’ and ‘breast reductions’ are the same procedure. However, these two physical alterations involve different techniques and are done for different reasons. Continue reading to learn more about the two types of surgeries.
If, however, you find that you have more fatty tissue in your breasts than you would like, then there is a possibility that you may need a reduction in breast size. Breasts that are too large can cause neck and back pain, as these more pressure is put on these two regions to keep a woman upright. This can be tiring for the muscles.
An additional reason why a woman may need breast reduction surgery is if they are diagnosed with breast cancer. Reduction surgery can be performed to remove the cancerous cells from one’s body. Afterwards, women may want to invest in restructuring their breasts, which may take the form of a breast lift.
In order to determine if a breast lift is right for you, you must first understand what your situation is. Figure out how much breast skin you have, relative to your amount of breast tissue. A person who has lost a good amount of weight may, for example, have an amount of chest skin that is larger than normal. By removing some of the excess skin, women who finds themselves in such a situation may experience perkier breasts after surgery.