Mr Charles Durrant is a Consultant Plastic,Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeonpractising at Spire Portsmouth HospitalCTMy breasts have really lost theirshape since having my children. Whatare my options for restoring them to howithey used to look?A childbirth and breastfeeding can taketheir toll. In addition, time and gravitywait for no one. Pregnancy can affect thebreasts in many different ways, so it isimportant to understand what is requiredto restore the breast to a more aestheticallypleasing shape.On the other hand, if the skin has stretchIs the volume of the breast perfectly fine, marks (a good sign that elasticity hasbut the shape of the breast changed? Is the i been lost), then there may also need tobreast empty? Has the nipple dropped into be a scar within the breast crease.a low position? Is the skin stretched andcrepey?While mastopexy is an excellentitechnique for lifting the nipple andDepending on the situation, the solution can i improving the shape of the breast, it hasbe very different so this type of cosmetic | little impact on the volume of the upperbreast surgery is very much tailored to the , pole of the breast above the nipple. Ifindividual. For a breast that has lost shape, i volume is required here, then the onlybut not volume, then a mastopexy (or uplift) options are to use a breast implant orI transfer fat into the area from anotheri part of the body may be all that is requiredThe technique used depends very muchon the condition of the skin. I the skin hasWhichever technique is required, it isessential to find a plastic surgeon who isl experienced in all of these procedures soretained much of its elasticity then scarringmay be limited to the boundary of thenipple/areola with or without a vertical scarleading down from the areola to the foldunder the breast.that you can be properly guided to makei an informed decision that is best for youTo book a consultation or for any enquiriesplease speak to our team onS2SpirePortsmouth Hospital02392 456 172or email info@spireportsmouth.comBartons Rd, Havant PO9 5NP

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Mr Charles Durrant is a Consultant Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeon practising at Spire Portsmouth Hospital CT My breasts have really lost their shape since having my children. What are my options for restoring them to howi they used to look? A childbirth and breastfeeding can take their toll. In addition, time and gravity wait for no one. Pregnancy can affect the breasts in many different ways, so it is important to understand what is required to restore the breast to a more aesthetically pleasing shape. On the other hand, if the skin has stretch Is the volume of the breast perfectly fine, marks (a good sign that elasticity has but the shape of the breast changed? Is the i been lost), then there may also need to breast empty? Has the nipple dropped into be a scar within the breast crease. a low position? Is the skin stretched and crepey? While mastopexy is an excellent itechnique for lifting the nipple and Depending on the situation, the solution can i improving the shape of the breast, it has be very different so this type of cosmetic | little impact on the volume of the upper breast surgery is very much tailored to the , pole of the breast above the nipple. If individual. For a breast that has lost shape, i volume is required here, then the only but not volume, then a mastopexy (or uplift) options are to use a breast implant or I transfer fat into the area from another i part of the body may be all that is required The technique used depends very much on the condition of the skin. I the skin has Whichever technique is required, it is essential to find a plastic surgeon who is l experienced in all of these procedures so retained much of its elasticity then scarring may be limited to the boundary of the nipple/areola with or without a vertical scar leading down from the areola to the fold under the breast. that you can be properly guided to make i an informed decision that is best for you To book a consultation or for any enquiries please speak to our team on S2 Spire Portsmouth Hospital 02392 456 172 or email info@spireportsmouth.com Bartons Rd, Havant PO9 5NP

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