What is a breast lift?
Breast lift – also known as mastopexy – involves restoring the breasts for those who want to achieve a more youthful and perkier shape.
Why choose Robert Warr for your breast lift surgery?
Robert Warr is one of the country’s leading experts in breast lifts. Robert has grown a reputation as one of the best surgeons and consultants in the UK, with 96% of his patients stating they would recommend him to their family or friends.
Robert Warr’s clinic is a leading practice in the field of breast lifts. The clinic wants the best for its clients and therefore uses the best operating facilities and hospitals available.
The clinic is committed to using state-of-the-art equipment and treatments to give you the best results possible.
Breast lift recovery time?
Breast lift surgery patients typically return home on the day of or the day after surgery. Your discharge plan is usually confirmed after a week.
You should be able to return to light exercise after two weeks but to avoid strain on your new breasts you shouldn’t return to full exercise until after three months.
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Breast lift FAQs
There are a number of reasons why many women consider having breast lifts. If you are unhappy with the size or the shape of your breasts, or your clothes didn’t fit well around your breasts this could be the perfect treatment for you.
Many candidates for breast lifts are those with breasts of different sizes or those whose breasts have changed in size or even firmness, due to breastfeeding or weight loss.
Breast lift surgery involves making numerous incisions to the breasts to remove redundant skin and help return your breasts to the shape and size you feel comfortable with.
This involves a number of incisions, such as the donut or lollipop. The choice of which type of incision depends on your anatomy and your expectations from the surgery.
Robert Warr takes every necessary precaution to minimise risks involved with your surgery. However, no surgery is completely risk-free, so during your consultation, we will discuss any potential complications.
Breast lift surgery patients will receive a precise surgical plan, including any details of recovery.
Mr Warr and your anaesthetist will visit before your operation, to confirm the procedure and reconfirm the plan before performing your surgery.
Breast lift is the personal decision of the patient, who will weigh up the benefits of treatment with the potential risks. Full, signed consent must be provided by the patient.
Among the potential risks of breast lift are; changes in breast sensation, the formation of tight scar tissue, pain following surgery and the possibility that revision surgery is needed.