Breast Uplift Without Implants

Before & After Post Pregnancy/Mummy Makeover? Breast Lift by Dr Hodgkinson

We are an?image conscious society.? The quest for the ?perfect breasts??is here to stay.? Modern breast enhancement surgery, whether it is breast enlargement to increase the size to compliment the body shape or simply a lift to restore a more youthful looking breast can now be achieved safely and with minimal side effects. Well designed and executed breast augmentation in Sydney and breast lift surgery or mastopexy should not only beautify the breasts which in turn compliment the rest of the body but should also improve and restore self image and confidence.

Almost any breast can be sculpted into a prettier contour. Dr. Hodgkinson utilizes the latest, minimal scar techniques to make breasts perkier and more youthful without implants. ?In most cases, Dr. Hodgkinson can lift and rejuvenate your breast with a small ?nipple? (areola) incision , thus avoiding the dreaded older extensive anchor scar on the breast skin.

A mastopexy or breast lift involves removing overstretched sagging skin via a tailor made approach. In this procedure the breast tissue is resuspended back onto the chest muscle. The nipple position is lifted. Dissolvable sutures are then used to close all incision lines. The breast is transformed from a pendular shape to a more conical shape with much better projection.

The incisions vary depending on the amount of skin to be removed.

If you think you need a breast uplift, enlargement or both enlargemnt and lift at the same time do not hesitate to have a consultation with Dr Hodgkinson. Dr Hodgkinson with over 30 years of exerience in cosmetic and plastic surgery has performed thousands of breast procedures and?can help you achieve your desired shape and size you want and deserve. ?Expertise is everything!

To make a consulation with Dr Hodgkinson please call the clinic on 02 9362 7400 or email us at [email protected].

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About Dr Darryl Hodgkinson

Dr. Darryl J. Hodgkinson is recognized world-wide as an expert in cosmetic plastic surgery with more than thirty years of experience in both cosmetic and plastic/reconstructive surgery.

Dr. Hodgkinson did his plastic surgical training at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in the United States and is amongst an elite group of a very few surgeons to hold two degrees in plastic surgery from American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and the Royal College of Surgeons, Canada.

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