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Sagging breast surgery is the most effective solution for all women who suffer from what medical jargon calls breast ptosis. Dr. Juan Martinez Gutierrez performs mastopexy operations in Marbella to lift women’s breasts.

The main recommendation for avoiding sagging breasts is to use an appropriate bra that neutralizes the effects of gravity. Apart from the bra, the usual tips for avoiding sagging breasts include massages and exercises to strengthen tissues and muscles, as well as cold showers and moisturising and firming creams.

Unfortunately, there comes a point in every woman’s life when these remedies are no longer effective. The chest sags because the skin loses elasticity, the muscles lose their firmness and fat accumulates. The main factors leading to sagging breasts are: breast size, age, genetic inheritance, hormonal changes, abrupt weight loss, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

How Sagging Breast Surgery Works

In sagging breast surgery, as in other cosmetic surgery procedures, the patient is often concerned about scarring. Many women already know that there may be an inverted anchor-shaped scar on each breast. However, you should know that it is now possible to perform this procedure without leaving a scar or making it barely visible.

As explained in the section on Mastopexy, there are techniques that allow the removal of excess skin through small incisions around the areola, but not in all cases is possible. In addition, breast prostheses could be used to achieve a greater projection of the breast without the need to remove the excess skin, thus achieving an even better result, with a natural and beautiful breast.

That is why it is always important to make an appointment with the Plastic Surgeon. He can evaluate your case personally and come up with the solution that will offer the best possible result. If you live in Malaga, Marbella or the surrounding area and you are interested in breast lift surgery do not hesitate. Call 638 602 462 to make an appointment with Dr. Martínez Gutiérrez, specialist in reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery.

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