High Point Plastic Surgery

Breast Lift followed by a Breast Augmentation 9

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Procedures Performed
  • Breast Lift / Breast Implants

Two pregnancies left our Seattle area patient with sagging (ptosis) and flattened breasts. This Bellevue mother of two came to see Dr. Stridde in the hopes that he could both lift and add fullness to her deflated breasts.  Dr. Stridde recommended both a mastopexy (breast lift) procedure followed by a breast augmentation procedure.  For optimal results he performed two separate surgeries 8 weeks apart as lifting and augmentating are two very different procedures and performing them both at the same time is very complex with many potential pitfalls.  The operations tend to work against one another. When putting an implant in the tissues are being expanded and the skin is stretched. When doing a lift the tissue is being reduced and the skin tightened, so the one procedure is working in direct opposition to the other. In particular when a significant amount lift is required and much skin is being removed, overall results will usually be much better when the lift and augmentation are performed in stages. 

Procedure: Breast Augmentation and Mastopexy

Age: 34
Gender: Female
Implant Wall: Textured Wall
Implant Placement: Submuscular
Implant Shape: Shaped
Breast Incision Type: Inframammary

Office Location

Puget Sound Plastic Surgery
Braden C. Stridde, M.D.
(Temporarily Located in Lake Washington Dermatology)
Kirkland, WA 98033
Click here for driving directions (425) 202-4709(425) 202-4709

  Administrative Office
5400 Carillon Point
Building 5000, Suite 409
Kirkland, WA 98033
Monday–Friday: 9a.m.–5p.m.
(425) 202-4709(425) 202-4709

 Braden Stridde, M.D.