Breast augmentation without a lift?

Hi, I am 31 years old, sporting some very deflated breasts as a result of breastfeeding my three babies. I am planning on undergoing a breast augmentation this year and would like to know if it is possible without a lift? Ideally I would like to increase my size to a full C/D. Thanks in advance.

katban February 15th, 2016 NSW

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     Ellis Choy

    Ellis Choy

    43 answers

    Plastic Surgeon
    New South Wales, Australia

    Hi there,
    Thank you for your question and photos.
    Yes, you're likely to have a good surgical outcome with breast augmentation alone. I don't think a lift procedure is indicated in your situation as your nipple positions appear to be quite favourable with reference to your breast fold despite the significant deflation subsequent to your previous pregnancies.
    It'll be best however for you to discuss your options with a specialist plastic surgeon for further details. A thorough clinical assessment is necessary before deciding on any relevant surgical plans. 
    Hope that helps.
    Best wishes
    Ellis Choy
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    Mr Kourosh Tavakoli

    Kourosh Tavakoli

    44 answers

    Plastic Surgeon
    New South Wales, Australia

    Dear Katban,
    Thank you for submitting your enquiry.
    After reviewing your attached images, it would appear that you are a suitable candidate for breast augmentation surgery using anatomical implants due to your nipple positioning. However, to more accurately determine the most suitable procedure, it would be best to undergo an in-person consultation. Please feel free to contact my clinic consultants for further information in regards to breast procedures.

    Kind Regards,
    Dr Tavakoli
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     Gavin Sandercoe

    Gavin Sandercoe

    32 answers

    Plastic Surgeon
    New South Wales, Australia

    Hi Katban
    Based on your photos, you would be a good candidate for breast augmentation to a C-D cup with anatomical implants. I doubt that you will need a lift.
    Good Luck
    Dr Gavin Sandercoe