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NEW Internal Bra Mesh Helps Breast Lifts Last Longer

Eberbach Plastic Surgery pleased to offer the newest innovation in breast lifting, GalaFlex mesh. While no one can stop time and gravity. But GalaFlex helps slow them down.

Breast sagging is very common for women who have had children, lost weight, or are just more mature. For patients who find that breast augmentation is not enough. They may require a breast lift (also known as a mastopexy). As we age, we lose elasticity and volume in our breasts. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), there’s a substantial increase. Precisely 89% in the number of breast lift procedures, over the last 5 years,

While there is no expiration date on a breast lift. The biggest long-term problem all surgeons have is the longevity of breast lifts. Women with badly stretched or damaged tissue. Either from childbirth, genetics, or weight loss may consider this procedure. Eventually tend to wish they had their “right out of surgery results” years down the road. Gravity can take its toll, a patient can get more bottom fullness to the breast as the years go by. GalaFlex is a way to increase the longevity of breast lift results.

New Internal Bra Mesh

NEW Internal Bra Mesh Benefits

While the idea of adding internal support under the breast for lifts is not new, GalaFlex surpasses the rest. GalaFlex mesh, a new FDA-approved mesh that recently came out on the market. In the past, the mesh was tremendously expensive and took the form of a permanent synthetic or silk. GalaFlex mesh made of P4HB (officially known as poly-4-hydroxybutyrate). A polymer that the body breaks down naturally into carbon dioxide and water, much like absorbable stitches surgeons use. It takes about 1 year to dissolve. While the mesh is dissolving, collagen and elastin enter into the scaffold. Subsequently, create a network that is three to four times stronger than native tissue creating an internal bra. The purpose of the mesh is to help traditional lifts last longer and maintain that upper fullness result.

GalaFlex mesh goes in conjunction with a traditional breast lift or breast lift with implants. During the procedure, Dr. Eberbach will insert the oval-shaped mesh material into the lower part of the breast. Then suspend it to the chest wall (near the breastbone) to provide a natural sling that lifts the breasts. The mesh will naturally dissolve over time. Consequently, prompting the body’s ability to grow connective tissue around it to create an additional layer of support. This additional layer helps combat aging and gravity. Allowing you to maintain results for a longer period.

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