Patients will have numerous incision options for their mastopexy procedure, which is used to reshape and raise drooping breasts. The best way to choose the right option for you is by starting with the degree of change you’re looking to achieve.
To remove a great deal of tissue and raise breasts experiencing a high degree of sagging, the anchor mastopexy incision is the ideal choice.
For slightly less sagging, patients may go down a step to the lollipop incision. Another step down is the donut incision, and for those patients looking for a minor degree of change, the crescent incision may be best.
Discuss your mastopexy incision options in greater detail by contacting our office and arranging a consultation. Board-certified Richmond, VA plastic surgeons Doctors Burton Sundin and Reps Sundin have a great deal of experience and will be available to answer any questions you may have.