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Breast lift surgery, correctly called mastopexy is plastic surgery procedure that lifts breasts to create a firmer, fuller bust.

Breast uplift surgery does not increase the size of the breasts, but givies the bust lift, firmness and fullness.

Plastic surgeons perform Breast lifts to reverse sagging breasts which often follows pregnancies,
weight loss and ageing. Breast drooping (ptosis) happens when the breast's skin is stretched, resulting in a less youthful appearance.

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What does a breast lift procedure involve?

Breast uplift surgery is performed under a general anaesthetic and requires an overnight stay. You may also need to take a week or two off work.

Plastic surgeons will carefully remove a small section of excess skin from each breast to lift the bustline, giving the bosom a more youthful appearance.

If the sagging of the breasts is slight, the plastic surgeon may suggest a"mini uplift".

Breast Lift Treatment

Breast uplift plastic surgery involves a night's stay in hospital. Small incisions are made to reposition the nipple and areola higher on the breast with excess skin removed from below.

Breast Lift Recovery
Following surgery you will need to wear a supportive bra. The stitches will be removed between 7-14 days later. It is usual to take around one to two weeks off work and introduce yourself gradually to exercise over a number of weeks.
Full physical activity is only permitted one to two months after breast surgery. After a six-month period, regular breast check-ups by a plastic surgeon, at a mammary clinic, are recommended.

See Also Peri-Areolar Mastopexy, Mastopexy, "Benelli Lift"

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Mastopexy is frequently misspelled as mastoplexy, or mistyped as matopexy