How to Firm Sagging Breasts

For most patients, a loss of shape and volume in the breasts are among the unwanted changes caused by aging. What’s more, breast ptosis—which refers to the drooping or sagging of breast tissue—is often exacerbated by other factors that can diminish a youthful, “perky” aesthetic, such as gravity, pregnancy, breastfeeding, sun exposure, and weight fluctuation. Contending with the effects of the natural aging process can be discouraging, but some body changes do not have to be permanent. According to our Minneapolis-area plastic surgeons, breast sag can be corrected with a couple of different treatments:

Both options can help you improve the shape and contours of your breasts, but the best choice for you depends on your cosmetic goals. If you would like to learn more about the different treatment options available to rejuvenate your breasts, please don’t hesitate to contact Gryskiewicz Twin Cities Cosmetic Surgery for a consultation.

This blog has been authored by “Dr. Joe” Gryskiewicz MD, FACS and Karan Chopra, MD.

About Dr. Joe Gryskiewicz:

Dr. Joe Gryskiewicz is a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 30 years of experience performing aesthetic surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and belongs to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The Aesthetic Society, The Rhinoplasty Society, and many other national institutions.

About Dr. Karan Chopra:

Dr. Karan Chopra is a board-certified and fellowship-trained plastic surgeon who specializes in the deep plane facelift and neck lift, blepharoplasty, buccal fat removal, breast augmentation, and many other aesthetic procedures. He belongs to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The Aesthetic Society, and The Minnesota Society of Plastic Surgeons, among many other professional organizations.

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