Time, pregnancies or weight variations are all factors that can have a significant impact on the shape of the breasts. One of the most common consequences of these factors is sagging or drooping breasts (“breast ptosis”).
Breast ptosis is due to a gradual sliding of the mammary gland towards the lower part of the breast (the upper part appearing empty), resulting in the nipple being positioned too low. There are different degrees of breast ptosis (mild, moderate or severe), which can influence the type of technique used and the shape or size of the resulting scars.
Breast lifting, also known as “mastopexy”, aims to reshape sagging breasts due to weight loss, pregnancy, breastfeeding or simply the effects of time. A breast lifting (or “mastopexy”) reshapes the breasts and harmonises the position of the nipples. For patients wanting bigger or fuller breasts, an implant can also be placed at the time of surgery to further reshape the breasts. The breast lifting procedure will always be adapted to the expectations and the anatomy of each patient.
The Crisalix 4D simulation allows you to scan your bust in three dimensions. The mastopexy is simulated and the implant chosen with the help of the surgeon is then virtually added to the image in order to simulate the result in 3 dimensions. Thanks to the latest advances in artificial intelligence, you can even visualise the result on a screen, as if you were looking at yourself in a mirror. This technology increases the level of satisfaction thanks to a better match between the patient’s wishes and the result to be achieved.