Breast lifting (Mastopexy)


redundant breasts not matching with the body measurements due to severe loss of weight, hereditary or post labor and lactation


surgical lifting and normal positioning of the nipples of both breasts in females

Operative Time

2-3 hours


general or local

Hospital Stay

1 day


o Inverted T shape o Plastic sub-cuticular closure with drain insertion o Fades away after 6 months and up to 1 year o Scar reduction topical application or laser sessions during this period

labs Needed

o Complete blood picture o Liver and kidney functions o Coagulation profile o Random blood sugar Bilateral Soft Tissue Mammography


o 2-days at home o Avoid sweating and wetting of the wounds o Minimal pain, edema and bruises first 3 weeks o Wearing the suitable pressure garment for one and half months

Final Result

after 3 months beautiful round shape and volume with normal restored sensations


smoking and uncontrolled diabetes cause surgical complications


several hospitals with packages suitable for everybody (same medical service – different hotel services)

Frequently Asked Questions

You could be a candidate for a breast lift if you are a non-smoker who is bothered or anxious about sagging breasts. Often, mastopexy candidates have breasts that are elongated or pendulous with nipples that point downward toward the ground. You may also be a candidate for a breast lift if your nipples are positioned below the crease of your breasts.
Breast lift surgery is usually performed under general anesthesia, which means you’ll need to avoid eating or drinking on the day of your surgery. During the procedure, your surgeon will form incisions and reshape the underlying tissues with the breast to a more youthful shape and appearance. Your nipples will also be readjusted and resized, and excess skin removed before closing the incisions.
A breast lift is a major surgery that requires a recovery period that lasts several weeks after your procedure is complete. You’ll awaken from surgery with bandages and dressings over your incisions, as well as compression garments to help minimize swelling. You may be instructed to wear a specific type of support bra as you heal. It is important to follow all of your surgeon’s instructions following your procedure, including taking medications as directed to help lower the risk of infection.

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