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You Don't Have to Live with Saggy Breasts

You Don't Have to Live with Saggy Breasts

All women can experience sagging breasts, regardless of age or cup size. However, if you thought your only option was to live with droopy breasts, think again! 

Lifestyle changes can help slow the rate at which your breasts sag, but plastic surgery is the only way to reclaim perkier breasts for good. At Brooks Plastic Surgery in Hollywood, Florida, our board-certified surgeon offers several options for permanently addressing sagging breasts. 

Keep reading to learn more about why breasts sag and how we can help.

Why are my breasts sagging?

There’s no one trigger that causes sagging breasts, yet there are plenty of myths circulating about what can cause your breasts to droop, like breastfeeding, wearing the wrong kind of bra, or going braless.

The truth is that breasts can sag for several reasons. The most prevalent is aging. As you get older, you stop producing as much collagen and elastin, the proteins that keep your skin tight and firm. The result? Breasts start to droop as your skin loses elasticity. 

Other reasons breasts sag include:

Some researchers also believe not wearing a supportive sports bra during high-impact exercise may also contribute to saggy breasts. 

What can I do about sagging breasts?

If you’re unhappy with the way your breasts droop, there are a few steps you can take to try to keep them from sagging further:

Though these steps can help slow the sag, the fact is that most women — especially those who have been pregnant — experience at least mild breast sag. Plastic surgery is the only way to reverse stretchy, sagging breasts. 

Options for correcting saggy breasts

At Brooks Plastic Surgery, our team knows that every woman is different. That’s why we recommend meeting with Dr. Brooks if you’re concerned about sagging breasts. Dr. Brooks carefully evaluates your breasts and goals before recommending treatment.

Depending on your needs, Dr. Brooks may recommend one of several surgical options to improve the appearance of your breasts, including:

Dr. Brooks considers the size of your breasts, the amount of excess skin you have, your age and overall health, and the degree to which your breasts sag when creating a personalized treatment plan for you.

If you’re interested in learning more about how you can say goodbye to saggy breasts, schedule a consultation by calling Brooks Plastic Surgery in Hollywood, Florida.

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