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Breast Uplift

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Surgicare cosmetic breast uplift

Lift and reshape your breasts

Due to the effects of pregnancy, age or weight loss a woman may notice that her breasts are no longer as pert and firm as they used to be. SMG are experts in breast uplift surgery (mastopexy) so you can trust our GMC Specialist Registered Surgeons to help you create the result you want.

Breast uplift surgery can help women who are satisfied with the size of their chest, but would like to raise and add firmness to their breasts. Breast uplift surgery (Mastopexy) could be the right choice for you if you have one or more of the following conditions:

  • Breasts that are pendulous, but of satisfactory size
  • Breasts that lack substance or firmness
  • Nipples that point downwards, especially if they are positioned below the breast crease
  • Weight loss has changed the size and shape of your breasts
  • Different sized breasts (asymmetry)

Loss of skin’s elasticity, gravity and other factors such as weight loss, pregnancy and breast feeding all take their toll on the shape and firmness of your breasts. However, through breast uplift surgery, you’ll be able to enjoy a younger and shaplier breast contour.

Before breast uplift surgery you’ll have a full consultation with a GMC specialist surgeon. The surgeon will go through the possibilities based on the current size and shape of your breasts and will also talk you through the benefits and risks of breast uplift surgery.

You will be asked about your desired breast shape and size. This will help your surgeon to understand your expectations and determine what’s possible, the size and shape of your breasts, the quality of your skin and the placement of your nipples will be carefully evaluated. In some cases it may be necessary to have a small breast implant, as this will add volume to your breast.

If you wish to enlarge your breasts at the same time as you are having them lifted, your surgeon can insert breast implants. Ask her or him to discuss the procedure with you and assess your suitability for breast enlargement.

Book a free breast uplift surgery consultation today or request a brochure from SMG.

Procedure

Breast Uplift surgery (Mastopexy) requires a general anaesthetic and an overnight stay in hospital.

Individual factors and personal preferences will determine the specific technique selected to lift your breasts.

A common method of lifting the breasts involves three incisions:

Around the nipple area (areola)
Vertically from the bottom edge of the areola to the crease underneath the breast
Horizontally beneath the breast, following the natural curve of the breast crease

There are variations in the design of the incisions. In some instances, it may be possible to avoid the horizontal incision beneath the breast. Sometimes a technique may be used that also avoids the vertical incision. If you are a good candidate for a modified technique, your surgeon will discuss this with you.

The Recovery Period

After breast uplift surgery your breasts may experience some swelling and bruising for the next few weeks and it is recommended that you wear a support bra during this time. It may also be advisable to sleep on your back to avoid putting too much pressure on your breasts. Stitches will be removed up to two weeks after breast uplift surgery or will gradually dissolve.

Recovery time varies between individuals. Depending on the extent of your Mastopexy and your general physical condition, you may be able to return to non-strenuous work after 7–14 days. In many instances, the incision marks will fade away to faint lines. Fortunately, the incisions for Mastopexy are in areas easily concealed by clothing, even low cut necklines.

Unless you gain or lose a significant amount of weight or become pregnant, your new breast shape should remain constant for many years.

Considerations

Significant complications from breast uplifts (Mastopexy) are uncommon. Every year, many women undergo successful breast lift surgery, experience no major problems and are delighted with the results.

Anyone considering surgery, however, should be aware of both the benefits and the risks. Your surgeon will discuss these with you during your consultation.

The information on this web site is only an introduction to the procedure and should not be used to determine whether you will have the procedure performed nor as a guarantee of the result.

The best method of determining your personal options is to schedule a FREE consultation
. Our specialists will be able to answer specific questions related to your situation.

Contact SMG for more information on breast uplift surgery, request a free brochure.

Find out more about breast uplift surgery, book a FREE, no obligation consultation
, or request a free brochure.

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FAQ’s

Who is breast uplift surgery for?

Women who are generally satisfied with the size of their breasts, but would welcome a breast uplift to raise and firm their bust. Some women are often unhappy to find that they have lost a significant amount of breast volume over the years. In such cases, SMG can also perform breast enlargement surgery where implant are inserted to increase breast size while, at the same time, enhancing the shape and position of the breasts.

Breast uplift surgery (Mastopexy) could be the right choice for you if you have one or more of the following conditions:

  • Breasts that are pendulous, but of satisfactory size
  • Breasts that lack substance or firmness
  • Nipples that point downwards, especially if they are positioned below the breast crease
  • Weight loss has changed the size and shape of your breasts
  • Different sized breasts

What does breast uplift surgery involve?

Our goal is to make your experience as easy and comfortable as possible. Breast Uplift surgery (Mastopexy) requires a general anaesthetic . You should be prepared to spend one night in hospital.

What should I know about breast uplift surgery?

Before breast uplift surgery you’ll have many chances to speak to a specialist surgeon. The surgeon will go through the possibilities based on the current size and shape of your breasts and will also talk you through the benefits and risks of breast uplift surgery.

You will be asked about your desired breast shape and size. This will help your surgeon to understand your expectations and determine what’s possible, the size and shape of your breasts, the quality of your skin and the placement of your nipples will be carefully evaluated. In some cases it may be necessary to have a small breast implant, as this will add volume to your breast.

How is a breast uplift performed?

Individual factors and personal preferences will determine the specific technique selected to lift your breasts.

A common method of lifting the breasts involves three incisions:

  • Around the nipple area (areola)
  • Vertically from the bottom edge of the areola to the crease underneath the breast
  • Horizontally beneath the breast, following the natural curve of the breast crease

There are variations in the design of the incisions. In some instances, it may be possible to avoid the horizontal incision beneath the breast. Sometimes a technique may be used that also avoids the vertical incision. If you are a good candidate for a modified technique, your surgeon will discuss this with you.

What if I also want larger breasts?

If you wish to enlarge your breasts at the same time as you are having them lifted, your surgeon can insert breast implants. Ask her or him to discuss the procedure with you and assess your suitability for breast enlargement.

Are there any risks?

Fortunately, significant complications from breast uplifts(Mastopexy) are infrequent. Every year, many women undergo successful breast lift surgery, experience no major problems and are delighted with the results.

Anyone considering surgery, however, should be aware of both the benefits and the risks. Your surgeon will discuss these with you during your consultation.

What happens after breast uplift surgery?

After breast uplift surgery, you should be prepared to spend one night in hospital. Your breasts may experience some swelling and bruising for the next few weeks and it is recommended that you wear a support bra during this time. It may also be advisable to sleep on your back to avoid putting too much pressure on your breasts. Stitches will be removed up to two weeks after breast uplift surgery or will gradually dissolve.

When will I see the results?

Be patient with your breasts you will need to allow them some time to assume their new shape and for you to see the final results.

Unless you gain or lose a significant amount of weight or become pregnant, your new breast shape should remain constant for many years.

When can I resume normal activities?

Recovery time varies between individuals. Depending on the extent of your Mastopexy and your general physical condition, you may be able to return to non-strenuous work after 7–14 days. In many instances, the incision marks will fade away to faint lines. Fortunately, the incisions for Mastopexy are in areas easily concealed by clothing, even low cut necklines.

Can I expect aftercare?

At SMG, we take a special pride in our excellent levels of post-operative support and aftercare. To monitor your progress, we will invite you back to SMG at prescribed intervals for follow-up examinations with your surgeon or our nursing staff.

How much does a breast uplift cost?

For an estimate on how much a breast uplift may cost, we recommend that you callSMG FREE on 080 8120 6654 for our latest breast uplift prices.

For specific information based on your individual needs, we will be happy to arrange a FREE, no obligation consultation.

SMG is one of the UK’s leaders in Breast Uplift Surgery (Mastopexy) procedures.

Find out more about breast uplift surgery, book a FREE, no obligation consultation,
request a free brochure or get us to call you back.

Prices

Procedure Aftercare Stay Price
Breast Aug + Uplift + cohesive gel CUI 24 Months Overnight £4795.00
Breast Aug + Uplift + over 500cc implant 24 Months Overnight £5295.00
Breast Aug + Uplift + Natrelle round implants 24 Months Overnight £5295.00
Breast Aug + Uplift + Natrelle anatomical implants 24 Months Overnight £5795.00
Breast Uplift (mastopexy) 24 Months Daycase £4145.00

 

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    We offer a door to door service on the day of your operation from anywhere in the country to the hospital for the additional charge of £220.