Breast Uplift

Sometimes gravity takes its toll on your breasts, especially following weight loss, breast feeding and pregnancy or simply through the natural aging process. There is an answer though and a breast uplift can create a fantastic, fresh, rejuvenated shape.

Many women opt for this procedure as they are not happy with the shape of their breasts, following surgery self esteem increases and confidence will soar. Often women who are having a breast uplift will also have an enlargement at the same time, this creates a fuller finish if desired.

During surgery your surgeon will remove excess skin creating a much more pert appearance. Small incisions are made around the breast so the nipple and areola can sit higher on the breast. The excess skin is then removed from below.


How do I know if surgery is right for me?
If your breasts hang with no substance in the top part of the breast or your nipples sit low you may be suitable for this surgery, your surgeon will be able to advice during your consultation.

Where is the scar going to be?
There are 2 locations, one can go just around the nipple or a traditional one which is around the nipple and then with an anchor, commonly known as the ‘lollipop’ scar.

Will I need to have implants inserted during my breast lift?
Sometimes this is possible, it depends on the individual, your surgeon will answer this during your consultation.

Will I be able to breast feed after a breast uplift?
This varies from person to person, your surgeon is best placed to answer this question.

4 - 6 weeks

Average recovery time.*