Has the aging process affected how your cleavage looks? You may want to consider a breast lift or augmentation, both of which can create a fuller bust line.
As we age, the upper part of the breast loses volume, which results in cleavage that is less full. Skin can appear slack because of this volume loss and age-related loss of elasticity.
To restore upper breast fullness in women with ample volume in the lower breast, a breast lift may be all you need. If there isn’t enough volume, a small implant can create fullness.
To avoid the look of bony, widely-spaced cleavage, it’s important to take your natural breast width into consideration. Your plastic surgeon will measure this, since cleavage, in general, greatly depends on the width of the sternum and shape of the chest wall.
Keep in mind that even with an augmentation or lift, some patients may still need to wear a bra that pushes the breasts up and together to achieve the desired cleavage.
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