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What is a Mastopexy (Breast Uplift) ?

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What is a Mastopexy (Breast Uplift) ?
 
A Mastopexy is the clinical term used to describe a Breast Uplift, a procedure carried out to correct the appearance and shape of sagging breasts by elevating the position and enhancing their contour.
 
Patients commonly seek advice about a Mastopexy if the breasts have begun to sag following pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss or even because the breasts have naturally developed this way during puberty. The Mastopexy procedure can be performed in isolation however it is commonly carried out alongside a Breast Augmentation where an implant is inserted to achieve a fuller looking breast.
 
A Mastopexy is typically carried out under General Anaesthetic, tissue is removed, the areola is repositioned and the breast is elevated to achieve a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.
Breast Uplift surgery is a permanent option to correct the appearance of sagging breasts however it is important to understand that the natural ageing process, future pregnancies and weight loss can cause the breasts to sag once again so it is sensible to consider this prior to surgery.
 
If you are considering a Mastopexy (Breast Uplift) please visit my website for more information  https://www.berkshireplasticsurgery.co.uk/breast-uplift-mastopexy/or to make an appointment for a consultation at our clinics in Reading and Windsor please call 01753 665434.
 
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COVID-19 Update

With the present curtailment of activity in private hospitals we are no longer able to see or treat Private Patients except in emergencies. Unfortunately there is no indication as to when we may be able to resume normal activity. If you have concerns or wish to register for a future appointment please contact one of the following; For Spire Thames Valley, Circle Reading or Chiltern Hospitals: Jackie Pincham 01753665434. For Spire Dunedin in Reading: Natalie Headley 01189521319. For the Berkshire independent Hospital in Reading Ann Randall; 0118 902 8121. We apologise for any inconvenience and look forward to being of assistance in the future. Stay safe and healthy. John Dickinson