Sagging breasts, otherwise known as breast ptosis, can be recognised when the breasts ‘drop down’, thus appearing less lifted then they may have seemed previously.
As we age, the Cooper’s ligaments (a connective tissue in the breast that aids in sustaining the structure) begin to stretch. Breasts progressively change to holding more fat than tissue, causing them to appear less defined and even appear deflated.
Aside from age, other factors that contribute to the cause of sagging breasts include pregnancy, menopause, speedy weight loss and gain, and poor nutrition.
We provide the following treatments for Sagging Breasts: