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What is a breast uplift?

Over time, breasts will naturally sag and this affects some women much more than others, but more often than not will leave women feeling conscious about the position, shape and size of their breasts. A breast uplift or breast lift operation is becoming incredibly common for women who’s breasts have drooped or sagged following childbirth and breastfeeding, a large amount of weight loss or in some cases just naturally as part of the ageing process. Medically known as mastopexy, the aim of the surgery is to visibly lift sagging breasts by correcting both the size and shape of the breasts and giving them a perkier appearance.

During a mastopexy procedure, the surgeons removes excess skin and tissue before repositioning the nipple and areola a little higher on the breast to give a more natural post-surgery appearance. Although this form of surgery doesn’t result in giving you larger breasts, it will give them a firmer feel and can be combined with breast enlargement or breast reduction surgery to achieve your perfect results in just one procedure.

A breast uplift surgery is always tailored specifically to your individual requirements and during a consultation, our surgeon will discuss your needs and expectations to help you to achieve the look that you desire and find the best procedure or combination of procedures for you.

What is a breast uplift?

Over time, breasts will naturally sag and this affects some women much more than others, but more often than not will leave women feeling conscious about the position, shape and size of their breasts. A breast uplift or breast lift operation is becoming incredibly common for women who’s breasts have drooped or sagged following childbirth and breastfeeding, a large amount of weight loss or in some cases just naturally as part of the ageing process.

Medically known as mastopexy, the aim of the surgery is to visibly lift sagging breasts by correcting both the size and shape of the breasts and giving them a perkier appearance.During a mastopexy procedure, the surgeons removes excess skin and tissue before repositioning the nipple and areola a little higher on the breast to give a more natural post-surgery appearance. Although this form of surgery doesn’t result in giving you larger breasts, it will give them a firmer feel and can be combined with breast enlargement or breast reduction surgery to achieve your perfect results in just one procedure.

A breast uplift surgery is always tailored specifically to your individual requirements and during a consultation, our surgeon will discuss your needs and expectations to help you to achieve the look that you desire and find the best procedure or combination of procedures for you.

What should you expect with breast uplift surgery?

A breast lift is something that takes a considerable amount of thought, especially if you’re fighting against the effects of time using other means. Even after all the time you’ve spent preparing yourself, you can still be sat scratching your head with a number of questions on what to expect about the surgery, the recovery period and aftercare procedures. Some of the more commonly asked queries are answered below, but if you’re still stuck then we are happy to answer any questions that you have!

Every patient who books in for a breast uplift surgery has a specific treatment plan tailored towards their own individual needs, however our pricing for this type of surgery starts at £4495.

Because it is a form of surgery, there is some form of scarring associated with this surgery but it should be minimal and the scars will fade over time. Our surgeons will always do their best to ensure that any scarring is kept to a minimum and where possible is in a place that is usually less visible, even when wearing something such as a bikini.

You may notice some changes to your breasts shortly after the surgery, however post-operation swelling can prevent you from seeing the final results. This swelling will go down over time and your final results will be visible in six to twelve months.

Yes, in fact a lot of our patients combine their breast uplift surgery with either an enlargement or a reduction to achieve their desired results. If you are planning on combining multiple surgeries together, speak to one of our surgeons about it during your consultation.

As with any surgical procedure involving incisions, there is a risk of losing some form of sensitivity in the breast. Because this surgery in particular involves remodeling the breast tissue, it is possible that you could experience a change in sensitivity as a result of things. This will be discussed during your initial consultation to further understand the risks associated with this procedure.

Although the breast uplift surgery is designed to give you long-lasting results, the effects of time, gravity and the natural ageing process can cause your breasts to lose their fullness and begin to droop. However, this will vary on a patient to patient basis and some patients results will remain permanently.

A breast uplift surgery is designed to remove excess skin, raise/reposition the breast and reshape the native breast tissue to provide a new look to the breasts. Because of this, the logic is that your breasts could actually become somewhat smaller and following a breast lift surgery, it’s not uncommon for women to be wearing a bra that is one average one cup size smaller.

What should you expect with breast uplift surgery?

A breast lift is something that takes a considerable amount of thought, especially if you’re fighting against the effects of time using other means. Even after all the time you’ve spent preparing yourself, you can still be sat scratching your head with a number of questions on what to expect about the surgery, the recovery period and aftercare procedures. Some of the more commonly asked queries are answered below, but if you’re still stuck then we are happy to answer any questions that you have!

Every patient who books in for a breast uplift surgery has a specific treatment plan tailored towards their own individual needs, however our pricing for this type of surgery starts at £4495.

Because it is a form of surgery, there is some form of scarring associated with this surgery but it should be minimal and the scars will fade over time. Our surgeons will always do their best to ensure that any scarring is kept to a minimum and where possible is in a place that is usually less visible, even when wearing something such as a bikini.

You may notice some changes to your breasts shortly after the surgery, however post-operation swelling can prevent you from seeing the final results. This swelling will go down over time and your final results will be visible in six to twelve months.

Yes, in fact a lot of our patients combine their breast uplift surgery with either an enlargement or a reduction to achieve their desired results. If you are planning on combining multiple surgeries together, speak to one of our surgeons about it during your consultation.

As with any surgical procedure involving incisions, there is a risk of losing some form of sensitivity in the breast. Because this surgery in particular involves remodeling the breast tissue, it is possible that you could experience a change in sensitivity as a result of things. This will be discussed during your initial consultation to further understand the risks associated with this procedure.

Although the breast uplift surgery is designed to give you long-lasting results, the effects of time, gravity and the natural ageing process can cause your breasts to lose their fullness and begin to droop. However, this will vary on a patient to patient basis and some patients results will remain permanently.

A breast uplift surgery is designed to remove excess skin, raise/reposition the breast and reshape the native breast tissue to provide a new look to the breasts. Because of this, the logic is that your breasts could actually become somewhat smaller and following a breast lift surgery, it’s not uncommon for women to be wearing a bra that is one average one cup size smaller.

2 – 3 hours in surgery

0 – 1 days in hospital

1 – 2 weeks before driving

4 – 6 weeks before any strenuous exercise

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The minimum age for any consultation or surgical procedure is 18. Certain things, such as becoming pregnant before the surgery, will stop you from being able to proceed forwards from the consultation phase. This will be discussed during your initial consultation.

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The minimum age for any consultation or surgical procedure is 18. Certain things, such as becoming pregnant before the surgery, will stop you from being able to proceed forwards from the consultation phase. This will be discussed during your initial consultation.

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