Do you miss the way your breasts once looked?
Over time, a woman’s breasts can change and begin to lose their youthful shape and firmness. These changes can result from a number of factors:
- Breast Feeding
- Weight Fluctuation
If you have considered a breast lift, medically known as mastopexy, but have concerns of excessive scarring and the need for breast implants to create a desirable shape, you may want to consider the Bellesoma™ Method, a much needed breakthrough on the traditional mastopexy procedure.
How is the Bellesoma™ Method different?
- Does not produce an unsightly vertical scar
- Uses a woman’s own breast tissue (no implants required) to restore upper pole fullness and create a more youthful appearance
- Uses an internal suspension technique to lift the breasts (similar to a push-up bra)
- Transfers the weight of the breast to the chest muscle, providing immediate relief of back, neck, and shoulder pain
Actual Before and After Photos:
PHOTOS COURTESY OF DR. GARY HORNDESKI, M.D.
How the Bellesoma™ Method Works
Typical female patient who suffers from ptosis (sagging breasts). Note the conical shape with nipples and areolas pointing downward.
Using the patient’s own breast tissue, new breast mounds are created and positioned high up on the chest wall, which makes achieving the desired youthful appearance possible.
The new breast mounds are then secured to the chest muscle, transferring the weight away from the skin envelope, and ensuring a long lasting result.
The final sutures are put in place around the areola and within the shadow of the breast, leaving no ugly, vertical scars.
The surgery is successfully completed and results are immediately visible. In time, post-surgical swelling will resolve and incision lines will fade, as the patient fully enjoys the desired outcome.