After pregnancy, breast feeding and, well, getting old, I was more than a little curious if a breast lift can be achieved without scars. For most women–and I really mean most–scars are a necessary tradeoff for perkier girls.
In the article, I outlined the different methods that doctors use and the scars each leaves. However, although I tried to get Dr. Song to provide guidelines estimating the amount of lift that could be achieved with each technique, he didn’t provide any hard numbers. But the bigger the scar, the bigger the lift, which is a good thing.
The type of breast lift scar a woman winds up with depends on several factors, and there’s no standard protocol or formula when it comes to mastopexy.