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Breast Lift

It is a cosmetic procedure that is specifically developed to raise sagging breasts. The surgeon aligns and adjusts the size, shape, contour, and elevation of the breasts during this procedure. His mission is to restore a woman’s attractive proportionate bust while carefully protecting the viability of the nipple areola complex and maintaining the functional sensitivity of the breast for breast-feeding. If the candidate’s breasts are either little or too large in addition to being sagging, breast lift surgery may be combined with breast augmentation or breast reduction.

Good Candidate For Breast Lift:

A female who is unhappy with her droopy breasts and wants to restore their appealing form and fullness is a great candidate for breast lift surgery. Pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss, and ageing are the most common causes of drooping breasts. It’s good to note that the candidate should be in good physical and mental health. She must be aware of the risks and complications associated with surgery. She must be at a healthy weight. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid this operation. This surgical treatment requires a lady to have realistic expectations.


Here are some of the advantages of this cosmetic procedure.

  • Refresh your appearance.
  • Long-term rise in self-assurance.
  • Breasts should be in the correct place.
  • Increase the size of your breasts.
  • Makes you look and feel younger.
  • You may wear any type of clothing you like, including skin-tight clothing, swimwear, and so forth.


The following are some of the probable side effects or complications of a breast lift.

  • Breast skin that is dry.
  • Numbness.
  • Anesthesia Reaction.
  • Bruising that is only temporary.
  • Swelling.
  • Discomfort.
  • Scars that are permanent and visible.
  • Infection is a type of infection (rare case).
  • In rare circumstances, bleeding might expand the scar.
  • Permanent nipple or breast loss of feelin
Practical Information
4-5 hours
General anaesthesia
1-night stay is usually required
2 weeks to go back to work
Sleep facing up, rest, do not exercise or perform strenuous activities, take antibiotics and pain killers as prescribed and wear the surgical bra.