A breast lift, also known as a mastopexy, helps lift and shape droopy breasts which occur after pregnancy and as a part of normal ageing.
In breast reduction surgery the excess breast tissue is removed. However, in a breast lift there is minimal excess of tissue but rather the tissue is unevenly distributed. The tissue needs to be rearranged with minimal excision to provide an aesthetically pleasing breast. At times, a breast lift alone may not achieve an aesthetically pleasing breast. In such cases combining breast implants or augmentation with a breast lift to achieve upper breast volume.
Rearrange breast tissue
Reduce droopy breasts
Elevate the nipple
Perky, uplifted breast
Shapely breasts and defined cleavage
Assess breast dimensions
Discuss surgical options for breast lift
Minimal scar technique
Support bra for 6-12 weeks
Improved breast shape
Normal nipple position
All surgery carries risk. A second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner is recommended before proceeding