Mastopexy, or breast lift, is a procedure that seeks to lift and shape sagging breasts. During Mastopexy, excess skin is removed, and remaining tissue is rearranged to obtain a more rejuvenated and firmer appearance to the breasts.

Who is a good candidate?

The best candidates for Mastopexy are women who have sagging, drooping breasts, with nipples that point downward. It is also recommended for patients who wish to improve the shape and firmness of their breasts after weight loss, pregnancy, or aging.

Recovery Process

The recovery process for Mastopexy involves mild discomfort, swelling, and breast tenderness. Wearing a support bra for several weeks and avoiding strenuous physical activity is recommended. Complete recovery may take four to six weeks.


Moderate sedation.


You can finance the surgery through Care Credit.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. How long do the results of Mastopexy last?
The results last, but factors such as aging, and weight changes, among others, can affect the shape and position of the breasts over time.
02. Does Mastopexy leave visible scars?
Incisions will be made in strategic areas to be as inconspicuous as possible. Over time, the scars tend to fade, which will make them less visible.
03. Will Mastopexy affect my ability to breastfeed?
One of the risks of Mastopexy is that it may affect your breastfeeding ability. However, in most cases, retaining the ability to breastfeed is possible.


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