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I've been contemplating having a BA for a few years now, especially after losing weight and seeing my breasts slightly sag. I don't think I need a full lift since I had small boobs to begin with, I only want to move my nipples upwards and a bit over, and then adding implants to round out the shape and give me fullness. Has anyone else had a procedure like this where it's just a nipple lift and implants, not a full lift, and in Australia. I live in Melbourne but wouldn't mind traveling too much if it means the best results and prices that aren't outrageous.
I had my first consult with a surgeon yesterday. I went in fully expecting to be told a lolipop or anchor would be necessary but she seemed to think a peri-aereloa would suffice. I have good projection and my breast tissue is shaped well (I was already aware and thankful of this) but she did inform me I have grade 3 ptosis - because my mammary fold is in the 'right' place, I really only need to reposition the nipple. I can't find much online about benelli/donut/periareola lift results other than many surgeons don't seem to think it's effective. Has anyone here had a good expirience or can point me towards some decent resources?
Hi. I am wondering if anyone knows of surgeons anywhere in the world offering the Orbishape breast lift system. If so, please tell me who, or where. http://aestheticchronicle.blogspot.com.au/2014/04/orbishape-latest-in-boob-support.html I first read about it in 2009, and since then they've been licenced in Europe, and I've seen it mentioned on Thai and South American websites. There have been full trials and even televised operations on youtube. However, I haven't yet heard back from a doctor that provides it. The reason I ask is I am a 32E 32yo with 4yo natural looking implants. I first got them as part of a bernelli lift, as I was told I'd need to go bigger to get rid of ptosis. I'm very happy with the result, which was done by Dr Preeyaphas Nilubol at Bangkok hospital. They look natural with no visible scar and are soft and comfortable. I think that to get them to regain the initial perkiness they had the first year, on a more long term basis, the orbishape is the answer. I'm willing to wait as long as it takes to locate someone who does it.