517 S Dupont Hwy, Milford, Delaware, 19963-1757, United States, Phone (302) 424-6511Fax (302) 424-6513
The license number of Dimitrios Danikas is MA07243200. Dr. Dimitrios Danikas is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Dr. Danikas is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
644 S Queen St, Dover, Delaware, 19904-3543, United States, Phone (302) 678-3443Fax (302) 678-9775
The license number of Dr. Asher Carey is C10002551. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Carey is a member and spokesman for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
A breast lift is a solution for flat, sagging and protruded breasts. This surgical procedure, also known as mastopexy, lifts your breasts up and helps bring them back to a more youthful and attractive look. Mastopexy can be carried out in combination with breast augmentation or reduction; sometimes, for better effect implants are recommended. You are a candidate for a breast lift if you are in good health, stay in the same weight and are a non-smoker.
An average breast lift cost in Delaware will depend on your surgery’s complexity as well as on your surgeons reputation and experience. Cosmetic surgery is rarely covered by medical insurance, but most clinics will offer flexible payment options so that you won’t have to pay the entire sum at once.
During a breast lift surgery the surgeon will lift your nipple and areola up and remove excess skin. Your nipple will stay attached to the breast tissue and you won’t lose the ability to breastfeed. Some sensitivity loss is possible, but will likely to be only temporary. You will be required to wear bandages and/or a surgical garment to support your breasts during the recovery period. The scars will stay permanent, but will become barely visible with time. The results of your mastopexy will stay with you longer if you stay dedicated to regular exercise regimen, and follow your surgeon’s instructions carefully.
The state of Delaware is located on the Atlantic coast. Delaware is the second smallest state of the United States, but ranks high in population density. Delaware borders with Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The state’s largest city is Wilmington.