A breast lift (mastoplexy) with augmentation (implant) simultaneously raises sagging breasts and increases a patients cup size. It is normal to lose fullness in the top portion of your breasts, due to childbirth, genetics, stretch marks on the breast skin, weight gain and weight loss. As we age, the breast skin and ligaments that hold the breast to the muscle beneath become stretched and weaker. To address the issue of loss of volume or fullness in the breast, a breast augmentation (implant) is often recommended at the same time as the lift.
Dr. Ali Mosharrafa
My special interest in cosmetic surgery stems from the training I received from leading experts in the field of cosmetic plastic surgery. I completed my undergraduate education with Honors at the University of Texas at Austin. After graduation and obtaining my Medical Degree, I chose Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and completed my General and Plastic Surgery residencies. I am certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and serve as the Chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital. I have written and published works on the subject of cosmetic breast surgery in the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. I perform the latest state-of-the-art techniques, including all aspects of facial cosmetic surgery, breast enhancement, body contour surgery and tumescent and ultrasonic liposuction. My office in Phoenix, Arizona also provides the latest in skin care services, technologies and products at the Mosharrafa Skin Rejuvenation Center.