Cosmetic Surgery

Mastopexy

AKA Breast uplift

Mastopexy is a procedure for raising or lifting sagging breasts by changing the size and elevation of the breast tissue.


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Droopiness of the breast is a common problem after having children and breast feeding. It can also be caused by weight fluctuations and of course the ageing process. As we age, our skin and muscle tissues lose their elasticity so when the breasts increase in size during pregnancy and breast feeding, or with weight gain, it is difficult for them to return to their previous position when the size of the breast reduces. Also, the effect of gravity in this process adds to the drooping effect.

Whilst we cannot recreate the natural supporting structure of the breast, it is possible to reshape the breast so that it looks more youthful and feels more firm. Excess skin is removed from underneath the breasts and the remaining tissue is lifted and fixed at a higher position. The nipples are usually repositioned so they sit in line with the elevated breast.


Prices from £4,600


Patient Stories

"I was so pleased when I saw the results and knew it had been worth it"
Wendy had both a mastopexy and browlift with Mr Hiroshi Nishikawa. Read her story...I was looking at my Sunday newspaper and a certain page caught my eye; it read that a lady had had breast implants as a day procedure.I’d been considering breast surgery for a while, so, after a week of...

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Who will I see at my consultation?
Your surgical consultation will be with the consultant that will perform your surgery should you decide to proceed. We only offer nurse led consultations for our non-surgical treatments. You will likely see a nurse for some of your post-op appointments (to have stitches out, dressings changed...

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