Non-surgical breast lift is a cosmetic procedure that uses non-invasive techniques to lift and reshape the breasts. It is an alternative to traditional breast lift surgery and is typically performed using non-invasive technology such as ultrasound, radiofrequency, or laser.
The most popular non-surgical breast lift procedure is the ultrasound-assisted breast lift, also known as Ultherapy. This procedure uses ultrasound energy to stimulate the production of collagen in the breast tissue, resulting in a lift and tightening of the breasts.
Another popular non-surgical breast lift procedure is the radiofrequency-assisted breast lift, also known as Thermage. This procedure uses radiofrequency energy to heat the deep layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production and resulting in a lift and tightening of the breasts.
The procedure is typically performed in a clinic or medical spa setting and takes about 1-2 hours. After the procedure, patients may experience some mild redness and swelling, but there is no downtime required. The full effects of the procedure can take several months to become visible, as it takes time for the collagen to be produced and the skin to tighten.
It’s important to have realistic expectations and to understand that the outcome of the procedure cannot be guaranteed. A qualified plastic surgeon or aesthetic practitioner will be able to discuss the expected outcome and the best course of treatment for each individual case.