Breast lifts are designed to restore shape and improve volume to the breast tissue. Factors such as pregnancy, breast feeding, weight loss, or just the general effects of aging can all alter the appearance of a woman’s breasts. A breast lift can be performed in conjunction with or without the use of implants – depending on your aesthetic goals. A breast lift can also be used to correct breast asymmetry.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are complication and risks of a breast lift?
All surgeries carry associated complications and risks. Including: bleeding, infection, reaction to anaesthesia, changes in breast or nipple sensation, nerve damage, breast asymmetry. For a more detailed view please view our Surgical Consent.
Will a breast lift make breasts smaller?
In some cases, the breasts may appear slightly smaller once the excess skin has been surgical removed, and the breasts have been lifted into their new position.
What breast lift is best?
There is no ‘best’ Breast Lift, Dr Chinsee will recommend a Breast Lift based on the severity of ptosis (sagging). Please visit our assessment page for a complimentary quote.
How soon after pregnancy can I get a Breast Lift?
Dr Chinsee requests that his patients wait 6 months after pregnancy or breast feeding. It is recommended that women wait until they have finished having children.
How long will results from a breast lift last?
A Breast lift is a long-term surgical solution to breast ptosis (sagging). However, your breasts will still change due to natural aging processes, weight fluctuations, and pregnancy.