Breast Uplift and Reduction

Many women who have large breasts often suffer neck, shoulder and back pain and in some cases bad posture. Very large breasts can make it difficult and very uncomfortable to perform physical activity and droopy breasts can be aesthetically displeasing. Surgery for these issues may be definitive and likely to bring your confidence back.

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The objectives of breast reduction surgery is to produce a smaller, lighter, improved breast shape, complementary and proportionate to the rest of an individual’s figure.

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Advantages of breast uplift & reduction treatments

 

The objectives of breast reduction surgery is to produce a smaller, lighter, improved breast shape, complementary and proportionate to the rest of an individual’s figure. This may also reduce the problem of back pain that heavy breasts may cause. Reducing the size of the breasts may be very satisfying, and can enhance confidence and self-esteem. Weight loss, childbirth and the ageing process can cause women’s breast to lose shape. Breast uplift is sometimes necessary to improve the appearance of shapeless breasts.

1. Definitive procedure
2. 2-3 hours
3. Permanent change
4. General Anaesthetic
5. Moderate discomfort

Breast Uplift and Reduction Procedure

 

Breast Reduction
A breast reduction procedure involves the surgical reduction of breast tissue and the restoration of contour through a series of carefully planned and measured excisions. Breast reduction surgery is a commonly performed and straightforward operation which involves reducing the amount of breast and fatty tissues whilst uplifting the breast tissue. The surgeon removes the excess fat, skin and tissue from the breast. The incision lines are very discreet; there will be an anchor shaped scar running around the areola, down to and along the sub mammary fold (crease line under the breast). This restoration normally involves the removal of reasonably large volumes of breast tissue and the relocation of the nipple and the surrounding skin back into the centre of the newly created breast shape.

 

Breast Uplift (mastopexy) Procedure
Breast uplift usually involves lifting the nipple and areola as well as the breast tissue. Pleats of surplus skin are removed from underneath the breast and the breast itself is remodelled into a tighter cone and the nipples are repositioned at a higher level so that they lie at the points of the tightened breasts. A breast uplift can be done without significantly altering the size of the breast, although some patients take this opportunity to have a breast enlargement at the same time.

DR EDWIN ANTHONY DIRECTOR | FOUNDER 

COSMETIC AND AESTHETIC SURGEON

Dr Edwin Anthony | Surgeon: 4D Vaser Lipo Doctor
GMC Number: 4776646
Consultations: 99 Harley St

A leading Vaser lipo doctor. Recognised for 4d Vaser, high, medium definition lipo & uses Renuvion skin tightening to enhance the smoothness & sculpting. Clients travel from the UK, Asia, Africa & the Middle East. Trained by Dr Hoyos, Hi Def Vaser pioneer.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
TOTAL DEFINER: 4D Vaser
British Association of BodySculpting
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
General Medical Council

Breast Uplift and Reduction Aftercare

 

Breast Reduction Surgery
Following breast reduction surgery you will need to keep your breasts well supported. We recommend you wear a stretchy, non-underwired cotton bra. Your dressings will be removed approximately 7-10 days after your surgery. The surgeon who performed your surgery will see you after 6 weeks for a follow-up assessment. It is vital that you attend all necessary post-operative appointments. It is recommended that you take two to three weeks off work and avoid physical exercise for six weeks.

 

Breast Uplift Surgery
Following breast uplift surgery you will need to keep your breasts well supported. We recommend you wear a stretchy, non underwired cotton bra.

BREAST UPLIFT AND REDUCTIONS

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FAQ

Below are some of the reasons patients choose to have a breast reduction:
1. Women of all ages who are unhappy with the general size and shape of their breasts.
2. Women who suffer from uneven (asymmetrical) breasts.
3. Women who have suffered with back, neck or shoulder pain as a result of their heavy breast size.
4. Women who do not like the way overly large breasts can interfere with their normal daily activities and ability to exercise in comfort.
5. Women who suffer from skin irritation due to their heavy breasts, particularly in hot weather.
6. Women who feel limited by the fashion restrictions large breasts cause.
7. Women who feel that their self-esteem, confidence or relationships are affected by concerns and feelings about their breast size.

Some common reasons for breast uplift include:
1. Following pregnancy and breast feeding, breast can become flatter and ‘empty’ looking losing breast roundness and fullness
2. Weight loss can leave the breast flatter with excess loose skin
3. If breasts are no longer firm it can be difficult to wear certain types of clothes without the support of a bra
4. Boost confidence and improve body image
The best results are achieved in women with small sagging breasts although breasts of any size can be lifted. The results may not last as long with heavy breasts.

Following breast uplift surgery there may be some interference with the ability to breast feed.

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Two weeks after surgery, one of our trained staff will see you and check your wounds. There are usually no stitches to remove in cases of breast uplift and the wounds have healed by 2 weeks. The surgeon who performed your surgery will see you after 6 weeks for a follow-up assessment. It is vital that you attend all necessary post-operative appointments. It is recommended that you take two weeks off work and avoid physical exercise for six weeks.

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