The West Australian | Mind&Body | 19/8/14
“For many women, age or child bearing usually results in the breasts losing fat and the breast tissue starting to thin. While the underlying tissue shrinks, the skin doesn’t, causing the areola and nipple to droop,” says Assure’s Dr Brigid Corrigan.
“A breast lift can correct sagging and loss of firmness. The aim is to create a beautifully shaped and appropriately sized breast by removing excess breast tissue and overstretched skin, then re-contouring the breast and repositioning the nipple.”
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