Breast lifting

Common correction after pregnancies

Breast lifting

Lift and reshape the breast

Breast tissue already starts to lose elasticity from the age of 30. At the same time, the glandular and fatty tissue shrinks, with the effect that the breast can start to look loose and saggy.

Pregnancies, breast-feeding and fluctuating weight can aggravate this appearance.

The aim of the operation is to lift and reshape the drooping breast again. This is done by first removing the excess skin and then transplanting the nipple higher, similarly to the breast reduction procedure.

Alternatively, a combination of tissue removal and an implant can also be a suitable way of achieving a desirable surgical outcome.