Breast lift methods include the procedures involving nipple reconstruction, lollipop breast lift performed in the inframammary crease and breast reconstruction using `T` shaped incisions.
Among these three methods, the method with the least scar is the procedure involving the incision made around the nipple and repositioning it upwards a few centimetres and removing the excess tissue to eliminate the sagging.
We see that the breast tissue has become small and the upper part of the breast has become empty in patients for whom we prefer this technique.
In these patients, we contribute to the lifting of the breasts by placing a silicone to each breast as a combination. Around the areola, there may be a combination scar but this scar will get invisible over time.
Although we prefer this method in patients with a limitedly descendent nipple, with patients having much lower positioning of a nipple, where the jugulum distance (distance between the point between collar bones and nipple) exceed 19-21 cm, the method involving the vertical incision in the form of a lollipop which goes under the breast and towards the tip of the nipple can be used to lift the nipple and reduce the skin fold of the breast to achieve a more fresh and uplifted appearance.
With patients having much more sagging, we can create ‘T’ shaped scars and in this way, the reverse ‘T’ shaped breast lift operation can be performed but we can perform breast lift operation in 95% of our patients with a round shaped lift done in the nipple and a lollipop shaped single incision to the inframammary crease which I prefer.