A woman’s breasts naturally change and age over the course of time due to ageing, weight fluctuations or pregnancy, resulting in sagging, loss of elasticity and a change in overall appearance of the breast. An uplift operation raises and firms the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new lifted contour. Breast uplifts can rejuvenate your breast profile so that it looks youthful, firm and uplifted.

The difference between an uplift and augmentation is that breast uplift does not significantly change the size of your breasts. If you require your breasts to look fuller, you may wish to consider breast augmentation surgery.

Operation time on average takes 45 minutes and requires you to stay 1 night in hospital. You will be given pain relief for the discomfort you experience in the first few days and you may be encouraged to wear a firm bra or dressing to support the breasts. We recommend you refrain from strenuous exercise. Please also note that breast lifts will not last forever and the effects of pregnancy, aging and weight gain may cause them to begin to sag again, as will time.

Other Cosmetic Procedures

Procedure Time 45 minutes
Back to Work 1-2 weeks
Anaesthetic General
Nights in Hospital 1
Pain & Discomfort 3-7 days
Follow up Surgery 1 week, 4 weeks, 3 months
Results 12 weeks until final result. Scars continue to improve over 18 months
Sports 2 weeks walking, 6 weeks everything
Risks & Complications Bruising, swelling, infection, temporary numbness, bad scarring, asymmetry, capsular contraction, bleeding

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Booking Dates

Tuesday 12th September
Monday 2nd October
Monday 6th November
Monday 4th December

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the operation time?
45 minutes.

What type of Anaesthesia is used?

How long is the stay in hospital?
1 night.

What, if any, are the common risks?
Common bruising, swelling, temporary numbness.

What, if any, are the uncommon risks?
Infection, bad scarring, asymmetry, bleeding, capsular contraction.

How long will there be pain and discomfort?
3-7 days.

How long after surgery will a follow-up appointment occur?
1 week after, 4 weeks after and finally 3 months after.

How much time off work will I need?
1-2 weeks.

When will I be able to do normal activities again?
2 weeks before walking, 4 weeks before fast walking, 6 weeks before everything else.

When can I expect the final results to show?
12 weeks until final result, scars continue to improve over 18 months.