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Breast Lift Tape vs. Breast Lift Surgery

Age is not kind to our bodies. Have you started to notice your breasts are hanging a little lower than usual? Or perhaps they have lost their firmness. If so, know you have options and you don’t have to let droopy breasts get you down.

There’s a new fad in fashion that is taking wave and giving women a non-surgical option to lifting their breasts for a perkier appearance. It’s called breast lift tape and, surprisingly, some women are finding it works. This doesn’t mean breast lift surgery is a thing of the past as it still has quite a bit to offer in regards to restoring your bustline.

Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect from both breast lift tape and breast lift surgery.

All Day Lift vs. Permanent Lift

One of the main differences between the two breast lift options is simply the fact breast lift tape is only temporary. As soon as you take the tape off, your breasts will return to their former position. For women who don’t suffer from severely deflated breasts with excess skin, this may be okay for now. If you just want a slight lift to enhance your appearance in an outfit, then breast lift tape may be the answer for you. However, if you have overly large breasts that have begun to sag, you will probably be better served with a breast lift. With a breast lift, you don’t have to worry about allowing extra time to tape your breasts every single day. You’ll have permanently lifted breasts every single day with no hassle.

One Time Cost vs. Multiple Purchases

Yes, a breast lift costs substantially more money than breast lift tape but think about long-term. A breast lift will cost you a one-time fee whereas you will have to continuously buy breast lift tape. Depending on how frequently you wear the tape, you may be paying more in the long run.

Similar Results But Not Really

So, some women claim to receive real lift results from breast lift tape, but when you elect to have breast lift surgery, you’re guaranteed not just results, but personal results. A breast lift can give you the chest you’ve always wanted, while breast lift tape can only give you basic and limited results. One thing breast lift tape cannot do is firm up your breasts and eliminate loose skin. Following pregnancy or extreme weight loss, it isn’t uncommon for women to have loose breast tissue. A breast lift is able to reverse those effects to give you a firm and lifted bustline.

Surgery isn’t right for everyone, but it is important to weigh your options. Contact Dr. Emily Pollard at Pollard Plastic Surgery and discuss your aesthetic goals. Together, you and Dr. Pollard can decide on a treatment plan that will give you the breasts you want and deserve.