Breast Lift

Pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding alter the volume and shape of a woman’s breasts. Changes in weight and ageing can also have an impact on the appearance of the breast. Breast ptosis or sagging is one of the causes. When the breasts lose their volume and begin to fall, the breast lift (mastopexy) realised by Concept Clinic makes it possible to raise the position of the breast, to recreate the lost volume and restore your breasts to a more youthful and firm shape.

  • Consultation and Surgical Procedure
  • Results and Recovery

When you visit Concept Clinic, Dr Schlaudraff will discuss with you how you feel about your breasts and what results you expect after the procedure. He will then examine your breasts and carry out a detailed examination which will allow him to advise you on the different options available for your breast lift procedure. Therefore, he will determine which one will best suit your specific needs.

In general, the breast lift surgery is performed under general anaesthesia in Concept Clinic’s modern and fully equipped operating theatre, which meets with the most demanding standards of the health authorities regarding comfort, safety and hygiene. Making the smallest incisions possible with a scar around the nipple (vertical or reverse T section). Dr Schlaudraff reshapes and elevates the areola and nipple area, removes any excess skin, tightens the remaining skin, and lifts the breast glands, restoring the breast’s harmonious contour. The procedure lasts between 2 and 3 hours.

The results of the breast lift are quickly visible. However, you will need to wear a sports bra to stabilise and support the breasts for about four weeks, the time needed for a complete recovery. Patients can usually resume normal activities within 1 to 2 weeks after surgery but should avoid risky activities for up to 4 to 8 weeks. Scars gradually fade out until barely visible within 12 to 24 months.