Breast Lift in Bulgaria

1 clinic(s) offering Breast Lift treatment in Bulgaria
Breast Lift  in Bulgaria
I had liposuction to stomach and flanks, procedure went very well, felt very safe in the care of the nurses etc. Hospital is extremely clean and very friendly environment.. Also Paula who helped arrange it all at visit and care has been wonderful, answered all my questions in the months leading up to my procedure, checked in on me whilst in Bulgaria before and after treatment. Excellent service from start to finish.
October 2016
Very happy with the entire service from the initial consultation to the going home time. Would recommend the clinic to anyone who wishes to undertake surgery
March 2015
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Vita Hospital - Plastic Surgery Center Verified

Vita Hospital was established in 1991 and was registered as the first private health institution in Sofia on April 1,1992. Since then, more than 300 000 people have obtained our medical assistance. The hospital provides medical services of uncompromising quality, and personal attention to each patient in order to understand their individual problems and concerns.

Breast Lift (Mastopexy) Overview

A breast lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure that lifts sagging breasts and removes excess skin and fat. It is also known as a mastopexy and can be combined with breast reduction or breast implants. A breast lift is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures available to women today.

 

Women undergo a breast lifts so that the breasts are perkier and higher up on the chest. When combined with breast implants, a woman can achieve fuller, more youthful looking breasts giving her an aesthetically pleasing profile. A breast lift can also help increase her self-esteem and confidence by making her look and feel younger.

 

Preparing for a breast lift is an important part of the breast enhancement process. This is when the initial consultation with a plastic surgeon takes place and decisions about the surgery are made. The plastic surgeon will help the patient to decide which breast lift technique is most appropriate and explain the risks and side effects of breast lift.

 

The cost of a breast lift in places such as the United Kingdom or the US can often be beyond the budget of the average person. As a result, many women are choosing to travel abroad for the competitive prices offered by clinics around the world. Several countries in Europe are notorious for their stern and expensive heath care systems, leaving patients no choice but to venture elsewhere for affordable plastic surgery treatments.

 

Plastic surgery in Spain attracts medical tourists from the UK, France, Germany and the US, where cosmetic treatments are usually dodged by medical insurance companies. Breast lift in Barcelona is among the most sought-after body-sculpting surgeries; thanks to the Spanish plastic surgeons' outstanding skills and word-class medical facilities. Patients can choose from highly trained surgeons and excellent facilities offering quality care – without spending a fortune.

 

Although the results are apparent immediately after the surgery, it may take a bit longer for the breasts to adjust to their new shape and the body to recover from the breast lift procedure.

 

A Good Candidate for Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

If you have had a baby, lost weight or are just feeling the effects of aging, your breasts probably do not look the way they used to.

 

A good candidate for a breast lift is a woman who has saggy, droopy or pendulous breasts, in which case the nipples may have begun to point downwards. Your breasts may look worn-out giving you an undesirable silhouette.

 

However, not all women are good candidates for a breast lift. You need to realize that your body will continue to age and that your breasts will keep changing as time goes by. Subsequent weight loss will also affect your breasts.

 

If you are planning on having children and breast feeding in the future, keep in mind that your body and your breasts will change accordingly. Before you start preparing for breast lift surgery, you and your plastic surgeon need to establish if you are a good candidate for a breast lift.

 

A Good Candidate for Breast Lift:

 

-An emotionally well-adjusted woman who has realistic expectations of a breast lift

-A physically healthy woman with a good diet and regularly exercises

-A woman who understands and accepts the risks and side effects of breast lift surgery

-A woman who is knowledgeable and feels comfortable with the procedure

-A woman who understands the capabilities and limitations of a breast lift

 

An Unsuitable Candidate for Breast Lift:

 

-A woman who wants to have a breast lift for the wrong reasons or has been pressured into it

-A woman who is unhappy with the way her body looks in general, not just her breasts

-An unhealthy woman who lives an unhealthy physical lifestyle

-Someone who has really unrealistic expectations of what a breast lift can do

-A woman who does not understand or is unwilling to accept the potential risks and side effects that could occur if they were to have a breast lift.

 

 

Preparing for Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

Preparing for a breast lift involves spending time making sure you understand everything that you need to know about getting a breast lift (mastopexy).

 

Do your own research as well as talking to professionals who can give you personalized information. Many plastic surgeons offer free consultations so it is a good idea to schedule an appointment.

 

At the consultation, the plastic surgeon will conclude if you are a good candidate for a breast lift. He will examine your breasts and talk to you about your reasons and expectations for surgery. A breast lift is a great way to rejuvenate sagging breasts but it has its limitations.

 

There are also a number of breast lift risks and side effects that you need to be aware of. Plastic surgery is something that should be carefully considered because your breasts will undergo a fairly dramatic procedure.

 

During your breast lift preparation some important decisions will have to be made. One of these decisions relates to the breast lift technique that will be used. Depending on how large or droopy your breasts are, a particular technique may be more suitable for you than another.

 

If you are getting breast implants or a breast reduction at the same time, these will also be discussed in detail. At this stage of your breast lift preparation, you probably have some idea of what you want your breasts to eventually look like. It may help to bring photos of yourself showing the breasts you had before weight loss or breast feeding.

 

Standard blood tests will be required in preparing for your breast lift. You may also be required to have a mammogram which will later be compared after surgery to track any changes.

 

The plastic surgeon will explain everything you need to do before the day of your surgery. You will have to stop smoking about one month before the breast lift and not start again until a month afterwards. This is so your body is able to heal properly. You may also need to stop taking any medication that thins your blood – for the same reason.

 

The surgeon will give you a list of step by step instructions so that you can prepare for your breast lift accordingly. Make sure you follow these closely and discuss any issues you have at the time.