BREAST UPLIFT SURGERY
Some women find that their breasts lose shape following
childbirth, weight loss or as part of the ageing process. Breast
uplift surgery can be an extremely effective method when it comes
to achieving the breasts you want. Diet and exercise can often
help, but that isn't always enough. Breast uplift surgery can be
extremely effective as it restores fullness and gives breasts a
more youthful and pert appearance. Re-shaping of the breasts can
really reinvigorate confidence.
The procedure can take place without significantly altering the
size of your breasts or alongside a breast augmentation.
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A SIMPLE AND SAFE PROCEDURE
A breast uplift involves the surgeon removing any excess skin
from around the breast in order to create much more pert breast.
Small incisions around the breast are also made in order to allow
the nipple and areola to sit higher on the breast. The excess skin
is then removed from below.
HOW LONG DOES A BREAST UPLIFT TAKE?
A breast uplift procedure is performed under a general
anaesthetic and usually lasts between 1 and 2 hours.
After your breast uplift, you will need to spend one to two
nights in hospital followed by a couple of weeks off work.
Following breast uplift surgery, you will need to wear a supportive
bra and refrain from too much physical activity for several weeks.
The stitches will be removed after 7-14 days.
SOME OF THE WORLD'S BEST BREAST SURGEONS
Our breast reduction surgeons are some of the most experienced
breast surgeons in the world having carried out hundreds, often
thousands, of successful breast uplift surgery procedures.
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