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Non-surgical breast lift and enlargement

There are some alternatives to having a breast lift implant or breast enlargement implant surgery for someone wishing to lift or increase the size of breasts:

Brava Breast Enlargement Shaping System
The Brava Breast Enlargement Shaping System uses a tissue expansion technique popular with medical professionals for 30 years.  It works by placing a gentle amount of tension (a 3-dimensional pull) on the breasts to allow new breast tissue to grow.  With the BRAVA Breast Enlargement and Shaping System women can expect to achieve an increase in breast volume from 35cc to 250cc of lasting tissue growth, different to simply using a breast pump to increase the size of the breasts because tension placed on the breasts actually helps breast tissue to grow.  It costs around 25%-30% of the average cost of breast augmentation.

Breast Pumps
Breast Pumps are a popular and natural way to enlarge the breasts (also used by mothers to extract milk) and there are a number of available pumps, from hand held manual pumps to battery (or AC) operated.  Breast pumps work by creating a vacuum around the breast that pulls body fluids into the breast tissue, thereby enlarging the breasts.  The result of the pumping makes the breasts larger and firmer but the breasts will eventually return to their former size unless the pump is used on a regular basis.

Breast Feather Lift (APTOS® procedure)
The Breast Feather Lift is an alternative to a breast lift implant. It uses the APTOS® procedure: biocompatible barbed threads are used to lift the breast with no visible scarring. The Breast Feather Lift works to help breasts with moderate droop to uplift and correct asymmetry.
Aptos® threads are inserted under the skin at different angles using an adapted hypodermic needle, which leaves only tiny entry and exit marks that heal quickly. The threads are then activated to lift the excess skin leaving no scarring as the skin is literally pulled tighter using threads which are invisible under the skin.

Aptos® procedure involves minimal discomfort, no scars, and quick recovery as one may return to work in less than a week. The Aptos® lift procedure is safe, quick and easy to perform. Aptos® lift is performed under local anesthesia using a very thin needle. The Aptos® threads are inserted into the subcutaneous fat, at a required depth, along the contours that were previously marked.

Since no skin is removed and no incisions are made, this Aptos® lift technique is not advantageous for people with excess skin.

Caci Bust Treatment
The Caci Bust Treatment helps lift, tone and strengthen, muscles around the bust area, and is another alternative to a breast lift implant.  Apparently, after just one session patients experience a “lift” for up to five days.  This treatment is available at beauty treatment centers.
The CACI Bust Treatment uses a machine originally developed to treat muscle injuries, but it can create a half-inch lift on each breast. The machine sends out electrical impulses which cause muscles to clench, strengthening and lifting. The treatment could be painful for candidates having sensitive breasts. A course of ten treatments is recommended.

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