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Breast Uplift Surgery

A breast uplift (mastopexy) improves the shape of the breast by tightening the skin envelope and lifting the nipple position. It is commonly used to treat drooping of the breast following pregnancy or weight loss. Breast implants can also be used with an uplift to create a fuller more youthful appearance.

Before & after gallery

A 48 yr old patient had a simple vertical scar mastopexy without implants by David Floyd. The second picture was taken 14 months after surgery.

A 36 yr old mother had an augmentation mastopexy using 180cc low profile round cohesive gel implants. The second picture was taken 9 months after surgery.

A 29 yr old patient of David Floyd had a simple mastopexy using the inverted T technique with no implants. The second picture was taken 4 months after surgery.

A 43yo patient was 34B cup after 4 pregnancies. She had an uplift with 180cc implants by Mr Floyd and is now a 34D cup.

A 53yo lady was 34F cup but very droopy. She wanted an uplift and to remain the same size. Following surgery she was a 34FF. Second image take at 6 months.

This 46yo had 36DD low breasts. She had an uplift by Mr Floyd and remains 34DD. Second image taken at 6 months post-op.

(Please note that all images are original and un-modified and consent has been kindly given for their use.)

“You truly are a brilliant surgeon and have made me feel so happy and confident with myself”

– K.R  Breast uplift

Breast uplift – what you need to know

Length of surgery 2-3 hours
Anaesthesia General anaesthetic
Overnight or day case Overnight and always performed in a hospital operating theatre
Frequent Complications Bruising, swelling, change in nipple sensation, temporary numbness
Infrequent Complications Infection, delayed wound healing, bleeding(haematoma), nipple necrosis, asymmetry, poor scarring.
Recovery 5-10 days before socialising with friends and family
7-10 days off work
1st dressing at 1 week
driving 2 weeks
return to the gym 6 weeks
travel abroad 3-4 weeks
Follow-up 1 week, 6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months