Breast Uplift

Breast Uplift at Oaklands Hospital

If you’re considering breast uplift surgery you can find out all you need to know about the procedure on this page. Here at Ramsay Health Care all our breast lift procedures are performed by experienced and trustworthy surgeons in local hospitals that are regulated and inspected by the Care Quality Commission for the very best clinical outcomes. 

Breast uplift (mastoplexy) is a cosmetic operation to remove excess skin from your breasts to improve their shape. The procedure is very similar to breast reduction surgery. However, in a breast lift procedure your breasts are reshaped by tightening the skin, without removing any breast tissue. This means your breasts will remain the same size, but be reshaped so they look firmer and perter. If you would like extra volume or a larger breast, then a breast uplift and breast augmentation using a breast implant can be combined to create your desired look.

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