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SOURCE Center for Plastic Surgery
Dr. Wesley Price from Washington's Center for Plastic Surgery says women should not neglect to care for their breasts to help keep them youthful.
WASHINGTON, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aging affects the breasts just like the rest of the body. Skin stretches over time and the breasts start to sag, while sun exposure causes age spots and wrinkles on the decolletage. Women commonly spend time and effort fighting facial aging, but often neglect to care for their breasts properly, resulting in premature breast aging, says Dr. Price.
"The skin of the breasts needs daily care just like the face does," says Dr. Price. "It is also vitally important to wear a properly fitting brassiere to support the breasts, especially while exercising."
Dr. Price shares these simple steps women can take to keep their breasts looking as youthful as possible:
Although the aging process is inevitable, following these 5 tips can help maintain the elevation of the breasts and keep the skin of the breasts healthy.
When to consider a breast enhancement procedure
If the breasts show unwanted effects of aging, weight loss or gain, or pregnancy, there are a variety of cosmetic procedures that can improve their appearance. Sagging breasts can be lifted and reshaped with a breast lift or reduction, and a breast augmentation can help restore fullness to breasts that have lost volume.
Dr. Price recommends that a woman interested in making such improvements consult with a plastic surgeon experienced in cosmetic breast procedures who can suggest options for aesthetic improvement.
About The Center for Plastic Surgery: The Center for Plastic Surgery serves the greater Washington, D.C., area with offices in northern Virginia and Maryland: 3299 Woodburn Road, Suite 490, Annandale, VA 22003, (703) 560-2850; and 5550 Friendship Boulevard, Suite 130, Chevy Chase, MD, 20815, (301) 652-7700. For more information, visit http://www.cpsdocs.com.
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