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Breast Lift and Rejuvenation

As you age, the elasticity of your breast tissue decreases and breast skin begins to stretch. We experience a type of sagging, or drooping, called breast ptosis.

Every woman experiences this to some degree over time. However, age, genetics, gravity, breast size, pregnancy/breastfeeding and weight loss all contribute to the amount of ptosis you experience.

Nature doesn’t have to have its way thanks to the breast lift and rejuvenation procedures offered by our team.

What is breast lifting and rejuvenation?

A breast lift, also called a mastopexy, lifts the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support a new, more youthful breast contour.

This is accomplished by removing a small strip of tissue from above your nipple and areola to reposition them into an elevated position. For more extreme cases of ptosis, a larger incision around the entire nipple and areola may be used.

Breast lift surgery doesn’t change the amount of breast tissue that you have, the size of your breasts or the roundness of the upper part of your breasts. For complete rejuvenation, you may want to consider a lift plus a breast augmentation, performed during the same surgery, to both lift and reshape your breasts to a more youthful profile.

How much does a breast lift cost?

A breast lift is a cosmetic procedure and is not covered by insurance.

Free quotes are given at the time of consultation and range from $4,600 to $8,200 (depending on additional procedures that may be required). This includes the physician charge, facility fee, anesthesia fee, pre-operative visit, post-operative visits for up to three months, dressings and garments.

Breast Lift Before & After Gallery

Please note that each patient's body and results are unique.

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