plastic surgery in korea

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

We restore your droopy breast after giving childbirth



We restore your droopy breast after giving childbirth



Birth is the greatest gift from God. Birth is blessings and enlightening gift to individuals who are becoming parents, which entitles them with responsibilities. Therefore, people want to raise their children strong and fit. This forces many parents to research ways to raise their children, and methods for better education for their future. Breast- feeding provides significant developmental properties such as immunity and vital functions of the brain.



Negative side is that breast feeding sag the breast. It may not affect everyone, but it will bring deformation and changes to every angle of the breasts, and child being fed from the bottom, cause deformation of the breasts. Many new mothers change their bra to special maiden or to a different size. Although it still causes dissatisfaction amongst new mothers, looking at their new baby makes their worries fade.
As you get older sagging breast will become more difficult to restore. Then, how can I change this problem?

Absorbable threads can effectively lift most regions of the body, but when it comes to breast these thread have no use. For breasts, we must remove the extra sagging skin and lift up your breast. We recommend you to consult one of our expert medical consultants regarding your concern.



Are these concerns limited to new mothers? The answer is ‘No’. Extreme dieting and sudden weight loss can bring changes to your breasts. In cases like this, liposuction is recommended but you must restore the sagging skins.



Surgery like this requires precision and skills. Therefore you must find right doctor and the right hospital.


Wonjin beauty medical group is biggest plastic surgery hospital consisting 60 surgeons who can handle your services promptly. We also provide simulator so feel free to come and talk to us regarding your concerns. Your beauty is our priority, at Wonjin beauty medical group.














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