Breast Lift (Mastopexy) 2017-03-03T12:24:35+00:00

Breast Lift (Mastopexy)


During pregnancy, women’s breasts begin to change and fill with milk to feed the child. After breastfeeding breasts change and droop. Because of the sudden change in shape, elasticity is affected. In some cases, one breast may droop lower due to the child favoring one breast over the other. Many women that miss the size and shape of their breasts may want to regain their former size. Which leads them to look into getting a breast lift.

Weight Fluctuation

Weight fluctuation can take a toll on the shape and size of breasts. Because breasts are comprised mainly of fatty tissue, they can be greatly affected by fluctuations in weight. A breast lift will help maintain your elasticity and shape. However, to maintain the size volume and fullness, a breast enhancement combined with a breast lift will help.


Ageing also takes a toll on the body. As skin begins to sag and wrinkle, the elasticity and fullness felt in youth begins to decrease.


To ensure that your results are satisfactory and the doctor is aware of your goals, you will need to arrange a consultation. During this time, the doctor will observe your current appearance and address any concerns you may have regarding the procedure. You can also expect a more thorough explanation of how your unique procedure will be performed.