Breast Lift

  • Also know as mastopexy, this procedure aims to correct sagging or drooping breasts by reshaping and restoring firmness to the breasts, thereby contributing to a more youthful appearance and improved self-esteem.
  • Breast ptosis refers to a slippage with subsidence of the gland and excessive distention of the skin envelope.
  • Breasts are too low and hollowed out in the upper pole. Ptosis may be a nominal condition or occur after significant weight loss.
  • Most often, however, ptotic breasts appear in the aftermath of pregnancies.
  • The procedure involves translocating the nipple-areolar complex to an appropriate location, removing excess skin, tightening surrounding glandular tissue, and finally firming the breast into a more harmonious contour.
  • Breast ptosis may occur alone or in association with breast hypertrophy or hypoplasia, in which case the overall corresponding correction will be performed.