38-year-old female who initially presented for consultation to discuss options for breast augmentation. She has 6 children, and all were breast fed. She currently wears a 34B bra, and she was hoping that an implant will help “fill them in.” She had a previous consultation with another surgeon, but she decided she wanted to go elsewhere. She wants her breasts to be proportional to her body, and does not want them to interfere with her activities. She would like her breasts to look more attractive. She is concerned that she may need them lifted, and states her husband “is very opposed to the lollipop scar.” She was hoping an implant is all that she will need. She denies any other questions or concerns at this time. Unfortunately, we informed her that due to the severity (relatively speaking) of her droop, simply adding implants without address her breast ptosis would not yield an attractive result. Ultimately, she and her husband decided to proceed with the breast lift. She had a bilateral V-to-T mastopexy (breast lift) performed in-office in our fully accredited (AAAASF) facility under light sedation and local anesthesia. Results shown at 3 months.