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Breast Augmentation + Mastopexy (Lift)


Breast Augmentation combined with Mastopexy, colloquially known as a breast lift with implants, is a dual-action surgical procedure that enhances breast size while elevating the breasts to a more youthful position. This specialised procedure is often the choice for women who are looking to address multiple concerns related to their breasts, such as sagging, loss of volume, and overall shape.

Life events like ageing, pregnancies, breastfeeding, and significant weight fluctuations can lead to a loss of breast volume and skin elasticity. This comprehensive procedure aims to counteract these changes by restoring lost volume and lifting the breasts, thereby achieving a more youthful, balanced, and harmonious body silhouette.


The first step in your transformative journey is an in-depth consultation with your surgeon. This meeting is designed to be a two-way dialogue where the surgeon will conduct a thorough medical evaluation, which may include a detailed medical history, physical examination, and even imaging studies like mammograms or ultrasounds. This consultation serves as a platform for you to discuss your specific concerns, aesthetic goals, and any questions or apprehensions you may have. It’s a collaborative space where the surgeon will also provide expert advice on the most suitable surgical techniques and types of implants that will best meet your goals. Due to the intricacy of this procedure, general anaesthesia will be recommended. The type of anaesthesia used is determined through a collaborative decision-making process that takes into account your overall health, comfort level, and the extent of the surgical intervention. Both local anaesthesia with sedation and general anaesthesia are options, and the best choice will depend on the complexity of your procedure and your surgeon’s recommendations.
Breast Augmentation + Mastopexy is a complex procedure that requires a high level of surgical expertise. The incisions may be made in various patterns, including around the areola, extending vertically down to the breast crease, or following an anchor-like pattern for more extensive lifts.

The surgeon will insert the breast implant either above or below the chest muscle through these carefully placed incisions, depending on your anatomy and desired outcome. Concurrently, excess skin is removed, and breast tissue is reshaped and lifted to a more aesthetically pleasing position.

The incisions are meticulously closed once the desired modifications are achieved using advanced suturing techniques. Topical antibiotics and ointments may be applied to the incision sites to minimise the risk of post-operative infection.


PLEASE NOTE: While some results may be visible sooner, final results often take a few months for swelling to fully subside.


You may choose to undergo this procedure for a number of reasons:

The aesthetic benefits of this dual procedure are manifold. It offers increased volume and lifts the breasts to a more youthful and perky position, enhancing the overall contour and balance of the upper body. This is particularly beneficial for women who have experienced significant life changes, such as pregnancy or weight loss, which can dramatically alter the appearance of the breasts.
While the primary focus is aesthetic enhancement, the lift component of the procedure can also offer functional benefits. For instance, sagging breasts can cause skin irritation and even musculoskeletal discomfort. The lifting aspect of the surgery can alleviate these issues by elevating the breasts and reducing skin-on-skin contact areas.
The psychological benefits of undergoing a Breast Augmentation + Mastopexy can be life-changing. The combined aesthetic and functional improvements often significantly boost self-esteem, body image, and overall quality of life. This newfound confidence can have a ripple effect, positively impacting various facets of life, including social interactions, professional opportunities, and even romantic relationships.


Guide Price for
Breast Augmentation
+ Mastopexy


While surgical procedures offer the potential for significant improvements in health and well-being, it is crucial to understand that they are not without risks. All surgical interventions carry inherent risks, which may include infection, bleeding, adverse reactions to anesthesia, scarring, and the possibility of unsatisfactory results. The specific risks associated with your procedure will be discussed in detail during your pre-operative consultations with our medical team. Our dedicated staff will work closely with you to minimise these risks, ensuring the safest and most successful outcome possible. It’s essential to follow all pre and post-operative instructions meticulously to reduce the likelihood of complications.


Post Op

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Most patients can expect to return to non-strenuous activities within 2-4 weeks. Compression garments are often recommended to support the healing process and reduce swelling.
Abdominoplasty is often combined with liposuction, breast augmentation, or other body contouring procedures to achieve a more comprehensive transformation.
Specific to abdominoplasty, complications can include seroma, which is the accumulation of fluid under the skin, or hematoma, which is the accumulation of blood. These may require drainage or additional procedures.
If you have existing scars or tattoos on your abdomen, they may be moved, distorted, or even removed depending on the extent of the skin excision.
General anaesthesia is the most commonly used form of anaesthesia for this procedure, ensuring that you are completely unconscious and do not feel pain during the operation.