Crescent / Periareolar / Lollipop / Anchor
Crescent / Periareolar / Lollipop / Anchor
Breast lift is a surgical procedure that leaves the breast volume the same. In other words, it does not involve enlargement or reduction. Instead, the surgeon focuses on the shape of your breasts while maintaining the same volume. After the procedure, your breasts will be symmetrical, firm and at the right height. The appearance and size of the areolas can be adjusted or inverted nipples corrected at the same time.
Breast lift can be performed at the same time as augmentation or reduction in size. If you would like to have bigger breasts in addition to improving their shape, we recommend combining both procedures at the same time: breast lift with augmentation. This will let you avoid putting your body through two operations, cut the number of days off work, and of course cost much less money.
Breast lift without augmentation is performed under general anaesthesia. The surgeon will choose the type of incision depending on the extent of the lift required and the nature of the procedure. Slight sagging might only require an incision around the areola. The most common procedure, however, is the “Lejour” incision, which can be expanded to include an incision in the crease under the breast (a T incision) when performing a reduction.
Nearly every aesthetic clinic today offers breast lift. Quality can vary quite considerably, however, as can the experience of individual surgeons even at the same clinic. We will use our experience to help you find a top surgeon for your procedure with extensive experience and excellent results with breast lift operations.
Procedure duration: about two hours
Anaesthesia: general anaesthesia
Stay at the clinic: inpatient
Recovery time: one to three weeks
Scar: Lejour; T-incision; around the areola
Sports: after two months
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For two weeks before the operation avoid aspirin and other blood thinners. Discontinue hormonal contraception at least three weeks before the operation. Minimise alcohol consumption and smoking for a few days before the procedure. Ideally you should stop smoking completely. If you are over 40, please go for a mammogram or ultrasound.
Breast lift takes place under general anaesthesia and requires a one or two-day stay at the clinic. The anaesthesiologist remains present during the entire procedure. The surgeon will make an incision a few centimetres long, depending on the nature of the procedure required to perform the breast lift. You can take a sedative before the procedure begins, if you wish.
You may experience mild pain in the first few days, which can be easily managed with medication for pain relief. Keep to strict bed rest for the first week; you can return to work after two or three weeks depending on the type of work involved. You will need to wear a special wire-free compression bra for four to six weeks.
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We will be happy to tell you the exact price for breast lift before you make your final decision. Since every procedure differs in scope and difficulty, however, the price can only be set after discussing all your requirements and assessing your indications. The price always includes consultation with a plastic surgeon, pre-op examination, the appropriate anaesthesia, the procedure itself, and post-op hospitalization.
Yes, most patients will need to stay one day.
That depends on the nature and scope of procedures performed. Light physical exertion will normally need to wait about three to four weeks. Most patients return to work after no more than two weeks.
That depends on the nature and scope of procedures performed. Typically strenuous movement, exercise, strength training and even heavy cleaning will need to wait four to six weeks.
Breast lift requires that physiological development be complete, which in many cases occurs even before the age of 18. There is no upper age limit, so it would come down to the patient’s overall health.
The scope of the procedure depends on what changes you would like the surgeon to make. The surgeon will choose the type of incision depending on the extent of the lift required and the nature of the procedure. Slight sagging might only require an incision around the areola. The most common procedure, however, is the “Lejour” incision, which can be expanded to include an incision in the crease under the breast (a T incision) when performing a reduction.
Unwanted changes can occur after having a breast lift. It is important to remember, however, that we cannot stop the ageing process entirely and physical changes may appear after some time. Some people may never experience these changes, while others may see them after 10 years and still others after just five years. In most cases it depends on genetic predispositions and quality of the skin, mammary gland, etc. Over time the breasts may begin to sag again, but not to the extent that they did before the breast lift. A new procedure may not need to be as extensive as the first one. Following all the surgeon’s recommendations is the best way to make sure you heal well, get the results you want and have them last as long as possible.
Yes, you definitely can. You can inform your doctor of your procedure before the examination.
No connection has been proved between breast lift and cancer.
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