It is impossible not to have scars after breast lift surgeries. There is no such method. There will be an inverted t-shaped scar extending around the nipple and towards the bottom. The size of the inverse t-shaped scar may vary depending on the sagging. While this scar is prominent for the first 3-6 months, it will fade over time. In preferred cases, the nipple scar region can be removed by permanent nipple pigmentation. The point to keep in mind here is that scarring varies from person to person depending on the patient’s tissue quality, the size of the prosthesis used, and most importantly, the patient’s genetic factors and external factors ( cigarette, sun exposure, etc.). Special creams and, if necessary, silicone bands are used to reduce scars. In these surgeries, the person should decide whether to have a better form of the breast by accepting the scars or whether to have a breast that she is not satisfied with without scars.