Pope Plastic Surgery: George Pope, MD, FACS
2629 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804
Phone: (407) 857-6261
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
In Orlando, Dr. George Pope performs breast lift surgery to return a youthful shape and lift to breasts that have sagged as a result of weight loss, pregnancy, loss of the skin’s natural elasticity, or simply the effects of aging and gravity. The procedure can also reduce the size of the areola (the dark skin surrounding the nipple), and it can be combined with a breast augmentation for added volume and firmness.
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What happens at the breast lift consultation?
In your initial consultation, it’s imperative that you discuss your expectations with Dr. Pope. Make sure you listen to his recommendations fully and completely so that you know exactly what to expect before going into the surgery. During your consultation, Dr. Pope will discuss a variety of factors, including:
- Your age
- The size of your breasts
- The shape of your breasts
- The condition of your skin
These variables will affect your procedure including best the type of incision for you and whether you will need breast implants to attain the results you want.
How is a breast lift performed?
Dr. Pope performs breast lift surgery using general anesthesia; it lasts from 2 to 3 hours. The incision will outline the area from which skin will be removed and also define the location for the nipple. When the excess skin is removed, the areola and nipple are relocated.
George Pope, MD, FACS
Dual Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon
Respected by patients and other physicians, Dr. Pope has been serving the Orlando area for over 30 years. Whether you're considering enhancement of your face, breasts, or body, he has the training, talent, and experience necessary to achieve the attractive results you want.
What is breast lift recovery like?
Estimated recovery time is 2 weeks, with 6 weeks needed for a return to full activity.
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