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Breast Lift Surgery

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Drooping breasts result in low set nipples (lower than the normal height). Drooping breasts are classified into 3 categories according to the degree of drooping. Drooping breasts can be caused by ageing, the after-effects of childbirth or breast-feeding.

Drooping breasts used to be considered a normal part of the natural ageing process. But these days more people are becoming interested in maintaining a youthful breast shape as well as breast volume as a person's image becomes more important. If one has no plans on giving birth and breast-feeding in the future, she may consider undergoing surgery to raise breasts that are droopy.

Surgery Method

Breast-lift surgery raises the position of abnormally drooping breasts and the nipple-areolar tissue to the normal position without changing the breast volume.

Surgery methods for correcting drooping breasts can be largely classified into two categories. 

  • Raise drooping breasts by increasing the breast size.
  • Incising surplus skin if the breast size is originally moderate.

The second technique does not involve changing the breast size. In some cases, both techniques may be used for drooping breasts caused by ageing or childbirth. Generally for breast-lift surgery, if incising of surplus skin is required, they are usually removed from the areola or the bottom of the breasts. During your consultation, we can include a 3D virtual simulation to explore the types of surgical outcomes you can get from this procedure.

CONTACT OUR CLINIC TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BREAST LIFT SURGERY

During your consultation, we can include a 3D virtual simulation to explore the types of surgical outcomes you can get from this procedure. If you would like to view some before & after pictures or find out how we can customise your procedure results, contact us at 65 6871 8888 or fill in our enquiry form below and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

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