Welcome to our premier Breast Uplift and Mastopexy services in the heart of London, where we combine surgical expertise with a patient-centric approach to deliver exceptional results. A breast uplift, or mastopexy, is a transformative procedure aimed at restoring the shape and firmness of the breasts. This surgery becomes particularly relevant for individuals experiencing sagging or drooping breasts due to factors such as aging, pregnancy, or weight fluctuations.
At our London clinic, our skilled surgeons understand the unique considerations of each patient, tailoring mastopexy procedures to individual needs. The key to a successful breast uplift lies in addressing the patient’s specific concerns, whether it involves reshaping, repositioning, or resizing the breasts. Our commitment to providing a personalised experience ensures that patients feel informed and empowered throughout the decision-making process.
Choosing the right clinic for a breast uplift is crucial, and our London facility prioritises patient satisfaction and safety. Our team is dedicated to guiding individuals through every step of the mastopexy journey, from initial consultations to post-operative care. We utilise advanced techniques to achieve natural-looking and long-lasting results, enhancing both the aesthetic appeal and self-confidence of our patients.
When considering a breast uplift in London, it’s essential to explore clinics that understand the importance of individualised care and offer comprehensive solutions. Our clinic embraces this approach, addressing factors such as breast shape, size, and symmetry. By incorporating leading-edge surgical techniques and prioritising patient goals, we aim to provide a transformative experience that goes beyond mere aesthetics.
Whether you’re seeking a breast uplift for cosmetic reasons or to regain breast firmness after life changes, our London clinic is committed to offering a personalised and effective mastopexy experience. Trust our expert surgeons to guide you through the process, ensuring you achieve the uplifted and rejuvenated look you desire. Our dedication is to empower you with confidence and satisfaction in every step of your breast uplift journey.
Mr Alfie will use a technique that will suit you only and will design it to fit with your body aesthetics. This includes one or two consultations to discuss the procedure and whether you will benefit from it or not. Preoperative markings will be done, and special imaging techniques will be used. You will also meet the team before the surgery.
During your breast uplift consultation, Dr. Alfie Will take your medical history before he proceeds with the examination. The breast examination consists of serial measurements of your chest wall, nipple position in relation to the IMF, the line behind your breasts and the distance between the nipples and the lower part of your neck. These measurements help decide on the correct procedure that will improve the appearance of your breasts and enhance their shape.
If you are having breast implants as part of your breast uplift , then there will be a sizing station where you will try on different sizers to help you decide on the right size of your implants.
Breast uplift or mastopexy surgery would normally involve a minor degree of reduction due to the excision of the excess stretched skin. Most of the patients would lose less than half a cup after the surgery.
If the patient is concerned about losing any volume or wishes to enhance their breast volume at the same time, some patients may be able to combine the uplift with breast implant insertion to achieve more fullness and enhance their breast size.
It is important for the patient to discuss their desire with their surgeons and go through sizing session where they can try few different sizers in front of a mirror to help them decide on the size of breast implant to use to achieve their desired look and cup
Most patients do not need drain inserted during their breast uplift surgery. At Delta Clinics, our surgeon will discuss with the patients the possibilities of using a drain during surgery. Drains help suck out any fluid or blood in the first few hours after surgery. This helps with less bruises, swelling and early recovery.
It is important to carefully consider the new cup size you wish to have after your surgery. It is advisable to see a few pre and post operative photos for some patients to have an idea on how your breasts are likely to look like. Of course, there could some limitation to achieve your desired size due to the current breast size, shape of your chest, thickness of the existing breast tissue, existing lateral fat, or side boob, degree of breast ptosis or drooping, and your general medical condition and suitability for a long surgery.
Preparing your breast skin with regular cleaning, skin moisturisers, topical and oral multivitamins and zinc products help improve the healing process and achieve better scars.
If you are a smoker, it is crucial to stop smoking, including other forms of smoking like nicotine patches, vapes, and electronic cigarettes for at least 4 weeks before surgery and 4 weeks after surgery to avoid post operative complications including infection, delayed wound healing and bad scarring.
Prepare yourself with a nice surgical bra to wear after your surgery for 6 weeks at least. The team can advise you on some brands to consider.
Fill your fridge with fluids and easy to cook food to avoid a struggle after your surgery.
Make sure you have a company to support you for the first 24 hours after surgery.
Following breast uplift or mastopexy surgery, patients leave the operating theatre with their dressings and garments on to the recovery bay where they spend a few hours to recover. Once fully recovered, had a drink and some food, and mobilised, they are sent home with some painkillers with or without antibiotics.
Breast uplift patients are advised to rest for a few days and avoid driving and exercises for one to two weeks if no implants were used. If implants were used to enhance the size, patients should avoid driving and exercises for 4 weeks at least.
The first change of dressings usually takes place between 7 and 10 days by a qualified nurse or the surgeon. Patients usually have their follow up with their surgeon at 6 weeks, 3 and 6 months before they are discharged.
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