Breasts can often sag due to age or pregnancy or as the result of a high amount of weight loss. Often, breasts may shrink in size as well, leaving you with breasts that you may want to change. A breast lift procedure can help you restore you breasts’ natural shape and position on your chest.

If you’re interested in a breast lift, you can trust that our experienced New York, New York, plastic surgeon, Dr. George Lefkovits, can utilize his skills to give you the results you’re hoping for. Contact us today at Park Plaza Plastic Surgery by calling (212) 651-1547.

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HOW DOES A BREAST LIFT WORK?

Performing breast augmentation in order to lift your breasts is a very common procedure. This is because so many women struggle with their breasts sagging and long to restore them to their proper position. In a breast lift procedure, your breasts will not be enlarged. For larger breasts, you may want to consider breast implants to go along with your New York breast lift procedure.

During a breast lift, Dr. Lefkovits may determine that only one incision is needed around the areola. In other situations, he may also utilize three incisions to accurately perform your breast lift. During the procedure, the following will happen:

  • You will be under general anesthesia in most cases
  • Breast tissue will be lifted and repositioned
  • Excessive breast skin will be removed
  • The nipples will be moved upward and placed in their optimal position
  • Your breasts will be reshaped, giving them their best appearance and proportion to the rest of your body

Schedule Your New York Breast Implant Procedure Today

Dr. Lefkovits has decades of experience with breast lift procedures and is a double board-certified plastic surgeon. He can deliver lasting results that will leave you pleased with your breasts and feeling a boost of self-esteem. To schedule your breast lift appointment, please contact Park Plaza Plastic Surgery today. We serve patients in Manhattan, all of New York and nationwide. Please call us at (212) 651-1547.