My partner, Dr. Davis, did a breast augmentation on a woman in her mid seventies last year. That person came back and called it the best decision of her life.
The world has changed a bit. Goals and expectations for how we look and feel are less, in my opinion, tethered to chronological age and more tethered to biological age and how a person feels. If a 61 year old is in my office and suggests she wants a result that is very subtle and natural, that makes sense to me and we would talk about how to get there. If a 61 year old woman is in my office and suggests she wants a dramatic result, that makes sense to me and we would talk about how to get there.
I'm not just saying that from an emotional and psychological perspective. IThe breast ages very differently in different people. I have seen 18 year old women in need of a lift and 70 year old women with no evidence of aging in their breasts. It's truly an individual conversation but age outside of the extremes (less than about 22 or older than about 75) the conversation is based on your body and your goals, not your age.
Have a great day.