Lift and reshape
Since our breasts have a huge impact on how attractive and feminine we feel, they also have a huge impact on our confidence. That’s why breast lift surgery, or mastopexy, is more than a vanity. It can make a big difference to women’s lives. Hey, you’ll even be able to go without a bra!
In addition to reshaping and firming your breasts, lifting them up and reducing the size of your areola (the dark skin surrounding your nipple), breast lift surgery can be combined with breast augmentation if you’d also like to see an increase in size.
Real Patient Results
Take the next step to new breasts today.
Dr Hunt has performed hundreds of breast surgeries on women of all ages, from enlargements and reductions to lifts and reconstructions, but the end result is always the same – increased confidence and big smiles. Most women say it’s the best thing they’ve ever done for themselves.
Book your personal consultation today to see many more of Dr Hunt’s breast augmentation success stories and discuss what he can achieve for your breasts.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health professional.
During your one-on-one consultation with Dr Hunt, you’ll discuss what you’re hoping to achieve and he’ll answer any questions or concerns you may have. He’ll then evaluate your current situation, and discuss the best approach for achieving your desired results. This will be based on a combination of factors including your age, the size and shape of your breasts, the condition of your skin and the amount of ‘lift’ that will be necessary.
If you choose to go ahead with your breast lift surgery, it will be performed in the hospital of your choice, under a general anesthetic administered by one of Dr Hunt’s hand-selected anesthetists.
Several surgery techniques can be used, and Dr Hunt will choose the best one for you. For example, if you have small breasts and minimal sagging, you may be a candidate for short-scar surgery such as the ‘doughnut’ (periareolar mastopexy), in which circular incisions are made around the areola only.