There are many factors which can result in breasts drooping and sagging. This may include pregnancy, breastfeeding, ageing, genetics or gravity. Breasts which were once lifted and perky may sit much lower on the chest, causing self esteem issues. A breast lift procedure is something we offer our London patients here at Medbelle. The aim of the operation is to restore a natural lift to the breasts, which will give a much more youthful appearance. Breast lifts can also be combined with breast augmentation surgery, making it a very versatile procedure.
Choose Medbelle for Your Breast Lift in London
We understand that undergoing surgery can leave you full of questions. From your very first consultation with us right through to your aftercare, you will discover the excellent and dedicated service the Medbelle team provides to its patients. When researching any form of cosmetic surgery, professional accreditation should be one of the first things you look for. That’s why in order to give our patients the best standard of care, all Medbelle surgeons are BAAPS/BAPRAS accredited.
Our Breast Uplift surgeons in London
Medbelle locations in London
As the capital of the UK, London offers some of the most state-of-the-art hospitals and medical facilities anywhere in the world. Our several Medbelle locations are no exception, each offering a prestige level of care and overall experience that defies expectations.
Medbelle operates patient-focused clinics, ensuring your operation will be performed by the highest professional team who put your needs at the forefront of what they do. Each of our clinics offer a range of cosmetic procedures, carried out by our dedicated and caring surgical teams.
Whichever Medbelle location you choose in London - Medbelle will be with you every step of the way.
Featured Medbelle locations in London
Weymouth Street Hospital is located in central London between Harley Street and Marylebone Street. Providing first class healthcare, this hospital is widely recognised as one of the UK’s most luxurious independent facilities. All surgeons at this hospital are local to the area, meaning patients always have access to excellent care.
London Welbeck Hospital has been treating patients for over 90 years at its central London location. It is home to a wealth of accredited staff, who perform a range of surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Cadogan Clinic was awarded the ‘Best Private Hospital’ for 2019, gaining an additional award for ‘Leading providers of plastic surgery’, by the prestigious Health & Pharmaceutical awards. It is located in the heart of Chelsea, offering patients world class facilities and treatment
Your London Breast Lift
The reason breasts may sag or appear droopy can be caused by a number of different factors. This includes genetics, age, pregnancy, breastfeeding or simply gravity taking its toll. It results in the supportive skin and ligaments stretching and losing elasticity, giving breasts a sagging appearance.
One way to tell if you would be a good candidate for a breast lift is to check where the nipple is currently sitting in relation to the rest of your breast. If it currently falls below the breast crease because of sagging, it is likely a breast uplift will be able to correct this.
During breast lift surgery, a section of the upper or lower parts of the tissue and skin of the breast is removed. Then the breast is sutured together, lifting it to its new higher position.
The procedure can also address any asymmetry in your breasts, or be combined with breast enlargement to make your new breasts perkier and fuller than before. This is something to discuss with your surgeon during your consultation.
There are different techniques that provide various results.
A periareolar, or crescent incision around the top of the areola works for very small breasts that only need to be lifted a small amount.
A circumareolar, or donut incision around the nipple is also useful for smaller breasts and slight lift.
The vertical or lollipop incision around the nipple extending down to the crease of the breast allows for a far greater amount of lift compared to areolar techniques.
Lastly, the inverted-T or anchor incision that goes around the nipple, extends to the crease of the breast, then across the crease of the breast is the most useful technique for very large breasts that need to be lifted a great amount.
Following the operation, it can take 6-12 months for you to see the full results of your breast lift. Many patients report an increase in confidence after having a breast lift, as it restores their breasts to a higher and more flattering position on the body.
London Breast Lift: Frequently Asked Questions
We appreciate that as a patient considering a breast lift, you are bound to have some questions, and this is not a problem! Here we will answer some of your top questions.
How long does breast lift surgery take?
Will I still be able to breastfeed after having a breast lift?
How much time will I need off work following my breast lift?
What if I gain or lose a lot of weight after surgery?