A good candidate for a breast lift is someone who is in good health and has realistic expectations of the procedure. The ideal patient should not be a smoker, and should have breasts that are sagging significantly. If the patient’s nipples are pointing downwards or are below the crease of the breast, then a breast lift may be necessary. Breast lifts are often used to correct asymmetry in the breasts, as well as to reduce the size of the areolas. If the patient is nursing or plans to in the near future, then a breast lift may not be the best option. It is important to talk to a qualified surgeon to determine if a breast lift is the best option for the patient.

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