Breast Uplift (Mastopexy) Surgery Cost & Procedure Guide

Breast Uplift (Mastopexy) Surgery Cost & Procedure Guide

A breast lift, also known as a mastopexy or “breast uplift” is a surgical procedure that raises and reshapes breasts and nipples to achieve a firmer, perkier, and more youthful appearance

SUMMARY

Procedure time

1.5 to 3 hours

Overnight stay

0 - 1 night

Anaesthetic

General or local with sedation

Recovery time

6 - 12 months

Before and After

Overview

Surgery Goals
Cost
Candidates and Medical Conditions
The Procedure
The Consultation
Risks & Complications
Preparing for Surgery
Aftercare

Procedure Locations

FAQs

It is important for patients to research and understand the basics of breast lift surgery well before agreeing to have surgery. Common breast uplift FAQs include the following:

How long do I have to wait after breastfeeding to have breast lift surgery?
Can I have breast lift surgery on the NHS?
How long after pregnancy must I wait to have breast lift surgery?
DoI need a referral from my GP in order to have breast lift surgery?
How much time do I have to take off work after breast lift surgery?
Will a breast lift affect my ability to breastfeed?

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A breast uplift can achieve perky, natural-looking and more youthfully shaped breasts. It is a popular surgery to undo the effects of ageing or pregnancy.

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