Breast Implant Type and Profile used for Scarless Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

Some surgeons may advise you are limited to only anatomical implants when undergoing scarless breast lift (Mastopexy)surgery. This is simply not true. Dr Moradi can carefully select a Motiva Ergonomix implant that aims to help create the same shape and results as an anatomical (teardrop) implant. In this instance, the breast implant volume will be needed to help reinflate the breast tissue following breastfeeding.

The most common profile used is the Moderate Plus/Demi profile. Dr Moradi will first reinflate the volume that has invariably been lost after pregnancy or breastfeeding. Then push the anterior a little more to expand the skin and breast tissue.

Dr Moradi will choose to place the breast implant above or below the muscle depending on how much lift (Mastopexy) is required; going above the muscle gives more of a lift than below the muscle. However, his preference is to place the implant below the muscle using a dual plane 3 pocket to allow as much contact between the implant and the lower pole of the breast tissue.

Scarless Breast Lift (Mastopexy) Results

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Why patients choose scarless breast lift (Mastopexy) over traditional breast lift (Mastopexy)

Whilst recovery from breast implant removal surgery varies with each patient, most would agree that recovery from this surgery is usually smoother than the initial breast augmentation. This procedure isn't recommended if you want to retain the size and appearance of your breasts with implants in place.

Most of Dr Moradi's patients are able to return to work five days after a breast explant and report minimal discomfort after the surgery.

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Dr Pouria Moradi - Your Sydney Specialist Plastic Surgeon

"I am a consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon working as a visiting medical officer at Prince of Wales, Royal Women's and Sydney Children's Hospitals, and an associate lecturer at UNSW Medical School.

Having studied medicine at UNSW as a Sam Cracknell Sport and Academic Scholar, I was then awarded Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2005 and Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery."