A: Cup size will be determined by how much lift is needed. In theory, one should not lose any breast volume with a lift as no breast tissue is removed. Only skin is removed and tightened and the nipple moved upward in a breast lift. There is often a perception that the breast does seem smaller as the total surface area of the total breast is reduced through the skin removal. What most women expect from a breast lift is to have not only an uplifted breast, but one with more upper pole fullness as well.
Through one of the most popular and desired procedures today, breast augmentation, the body can be enhanced to improve the curves you desire, to restore volume due to weight loss or following pregnancy, or restore the shape of the breasts that are sagging or have lost firmness.
It is very important to make the proper decision on breast surgical intervention: breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast lift or even inverted nipple correction.