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Breast Lift / Mastopexy


• To forget about breasts that are pendulous, but of satisfactory size.

• To change the appearance of those breasts that lack substance or firmness.

• To those women who has lost breast volume and elasticity to the skin.

• To women who has their nipples usually below the breast crease.

• To women who has large nipples and areola.

• To women who want a more youthful appearance to the breasts.

If a patient’s breasts are small or have lost volume (after pregnancy), getting breast implants in conjunction with a lift can increase their firmness and size.


There are many techniques for breast lift. The most common breast lift procedure begins with the surgeon making a three-part, anchor-shaped incision.

The first incision circles the areola; the second moves vertically down from the areola to the crease beneath the breast; the third moves horizontally beneath the breast, following the natural curve of the crease.

When the incisions are made, the surgeon removes the unwanted skin, moves the nipple and areola up to a higher position, and brings the skin that was above the areola (in its old position) down and together, to reshape the breast.

At the end of the operation, the surgeon may temporarily put a small, thin drainage tube under the skin of each breast to drain blood and fluids that collect there. Finally, the surgeon closes the incisions with small stitches and puts a bandage on the area to protect it from infection.


Local anaesthesia and complementary sedation, or general anaesthesia.


Between 1H30 and 3 hours.


After surgery, you’ll wear an elastic bandage or a surgical bra over gauze dressings. Your breasts will be bruised, swollen, and uncomfortable for a day or two, but the pain shouldn’t be severe. Any discomfort you do feel can be relieved with medications prescribed by your surgeon.

Within a few days, the bandages or surgical bra will be replaced by a soft support bra. You’ll need to wear this bra around the clock for three to four weeks, over a layer of gauze.


You should be able to return to non-physical work about 10 days after surgery.

You’ll need to limit your exercise and activities during this time.

You’ll also have to avoid sex for a week.

You may find that your breasts and nipples are less sensitive, or have no feeling at all. Sensation usually returns after several weeks.


Your breasts will probably be sore for two or three days. The pain is greatest within the first 48 hours, but improves with each day and is usually relieved by pain medications.


Your stitches will be removed within one week to ten days.


Most bruising, swelling, should subside within three to six weeks.


This surgery does leave permanent scars. But they will fade in time and are easily hidden by clothing.

You may hear promises of no scar breast lift surgical methods from various plastic surgeons, you should understand that there is no way to avoid scarring in any surgical procedure that incorporates incisions within its method. This is true of obtaining a pacemaker and it also applies to breast lift plastic surgery.

Luckily, there have been new developments in breast lift techniques that can minimize the amount of visible scarring. There’s no such thing as a no scar breast lift yet, but depending on the choice of technique, you could be virtually scarless. Breast lift surgery is still the only way to go when it comes to fixing saggy breasts.

Most scarless breast lift techniques are just variations on the classic breast lift incision. The common incision is a cut around the nipple and extending down to the base.This results in the largest change in breast firmness and shape. It tends to leave extensive scarring though, so other incisions were developed.

There is the periareolar incision that is only around the nipple, the short scar that is vertical from the base of the breast with extensions to the side, and the inverted-T cut which goes along the base and up the center to the nipple.

All of these techniques essentially isolate one part of the traditional incision and use it to perform a breast lift with less dramatic results.

It’s a compromise that can win out if scarring is a big issue and the severity of the sag is not as great.

Depending on the kinds of clothes and undergarments you prefer, one particular kind of incision may be right for you. Most of the no scar breast lift techniques attempt to hide the scars in the lower portion of the breast, allowing women to wear low-cut tops without embarrassing scars.


In addition to the new techniques used to make your scars as inconspicuous as possible.

Our health care specialists have many tools at their disposal to reduce and treat scars from every part of the body through special scar removal techniques.

After your surgery we will offer you a free consultation with one of our health care specialists in laser treatment.

Laser treatment will help you to reduce the appearance of scars by 70 to 80 percent and prevent their recurrence.

According to your skin quality, the laser scar removal technique will prevent the appearance of keloid scars, hypertrophic scars, or atrophic scars, which have the following characteristics:

– Keloid Scarring: Firm, raised, and reddish-purple scars that extend beyond the initial wound area and builds over time.

– Hypertrophic Scarring: Firm, raised, and pink scars that remain within the initial wound area and possibly naturally regress over time.

– Atrophic Scarring: Depressed pin-like pockets in the skin that can result from skin conditions or diseases such as acne.

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