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Breast Lift

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A breast lift (or ‘mastopexy’) restores fullness and projection to your breasts, improving shape and position without increasing size.

While many younger women enjoy natural fullness and a good shape to their breasts, it becomes harder to maintain as you grow older.

Pregnancy, breastfeeding, or weight loss, can cause your breasts to sag or droop, while other women are simply unhappy with the shape or symmetry of the breasts they were born with.

Restoring fullness and shape to your breasts

A breast lift can correct the sagging or drooping appearance of your breasts, restoring a more youthful appearance.

This not only enables you to wear the clothes you want but may also help restore confidence in your shape.

As a skilled cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Beldholm possess the surgical expertise and finesse to resculpt your breasts with natural symmetry and balance. He combines this with fastidious concern for best practices and complete patient comfort and satisfaction.

“Having completed thousands of breast operations we have seen that the best results come when patients understand the process exactly and have realistic expectations. Their safety and comfort should be a given – it is the extra effort that goes into understanding what they really need that makes the difference.”

– Dr. Bernard Beldholm, Principal Surgeon

Our surgeons use industry-leading techniques that minimise scarring and produce more predictable results.

Before your personalised treatment plan can be designed, your unique physique, physical condition, and expectations need to be discussed in detail and assessed by Dr. Beldholm.


The natural-looking results you can achieve with breast lift surgery are the result of combining surgical expertise with the latest techniques.

Dr. Beldholm have helped thousands of patients achieve the breast shape they desire over the years, often resulting in a lasting improvement to their self-image.

Is a breast lift right for you?

Breast lift is one of the most commonly requested and performed cosmetic surgery procedures. The surgical techniques used are well proven and your experienced surgeon will be focused on the best possible end result.

If you have fully-developed breasts but desire a more shapely appearance or better projection to them, you may consider a breast lift.

This includes mothers whose breasts have sagged following childbirth and women who have experienced sagging due to ageing or massive weight loss. Those who have asymmetric breasts that require balancing can benefit from a breast lift too.

The Ruler Test

You can perform a test yourself to determine whether you would benefit from a breast lift.

Simply place a ruler in the fold under your breasts and note where your nipples and areola fall:

  • If your nipple and areola falls below the ruler, a breast lift may be of benefit.
  • If your nipple and areola are on or above the ruler, there may be no obvious benefit to a breast lift. Another procedure may be more appropriate.

Your surgery

Breast lift surgery is performed under general anaesthetic in an accredited private hospital, where your care and comfort is the priority.

It is often combined with implants to enhance the fullness and volume of the breasts: see Breast Augmentation & Lift.

Your private consultation with Dr. Beldholm provides you with the opportunity to ask questions, discuss your expectations and to make an informed decision about your procedure in a relaxed setting.

Your reasons for considering surgery, as well as your overall condition and suitability for the procedure will be assessed, and a personal treatment plan will be tailored to meet your expectations.

This will cover all the necessary pre-surgery and postoperative information that you will need to prepare for, and recover from, your procedure.



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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.