For women in good health, it is never too late to get breast implants. Want to find out what it’s like to get implants at such a mature age? Let’s take a look at some important considerations when getting breast augmentation in your 60s.
But Is It Right for You?
Breast augmentation enlarges the size and improves the shape of your breasts through breast implants. For women seeking to address sagging breasts and nipples, a breast lift may be a better choice. In that case, a procedure can be performed with breast augmentation simultaneously.
You may need a lift along with a breast augmentation if your:
- Breasts sag
- Nipples point downwards
- Breast need to be restored in terms of size and shape
Concerns for Breast Augmentation Over the Age of 60
When considering breast augmentation, it is important to consider age-related factors, starting with your health.
Many of our patients are mature women are in the best shape of their lives. They feel younger than their age because they have lived a healthy lifestyle that involved eating right and staying active. Their healthy lifestyle has made them a good candidate for breast augmentation. Dr. Clinton understands this and makes it an important facet of his breast augmentation consultation.
The health of your skin is also critical for a successful breast augmentation procedure. The capacity of your body’s skin to support implants after insertion is an incredibly important factor. Your skin’s health is also critical when it comes to how well your incisions heal. Dr. Clinton will discuss your skin health along with your full medical history during your initial visit.
Dr. Clinton will discuss and consult with you on implant choice and incision placement. He will explain the different types of implant insertion methods and inform you of proper after-surgery care. He will advise you of the importance of future breast screenings and what you should do during your screening.
Want to know more about what it’s like to finally get breast implants in your 60s? Contact us for an appointment and Dr. Clinton will be more than happy to walk you through it (205) 408-9787.
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