Having lost weight is a huge achievement, so congratulations.
You have noticed that as the years go by, your breasts are not as plump and firm as you would like them to be. Ageing, pregnancy and weight loss have all contributed to it. You know you’ve tried exercise and beauty wraps, every kind of body cream but nothing seems to really work.
You looked fabulous in your 20s. Children came along in your 30s, and after breastfeeding two children you already noticed your breasts drooping and no amount of exercise had helped. So you thought push up bras was the solution. Your 40s are here and you are feeling fantastic and have been able to maintain the weight loss. However your breast droops more noticeably now and no push up bra is going to help. You may be nodding right now, ‘yes this is me’.
What you’re really looking for is a Breast Lift.
Would you like to chat with a surgeon about your options?
What is a Breast Lift?
A Breast Lift is often combined with a breast augmentation if your breast volume is also a problem. The surgery can be either a general anaesthetic or intravenous sedation. A discussion with your surgeon can determine which it is.
Is this for me?
If you have a breast droop and if it is so low that your nipple reaches your breast crease. Then a breast lift is for you. It is the only way to tighten the skin and give you a firmer look. If you want breasts that have a natural fullness, shape and position, a Breast Lift that combines a breast augmentation can give you that result.
What are the costs?
Breast lift/ Mastopexy
Price Guide: $10,990
This price includes surgeon fee, anaesthetist fee, Day surgery & 6 weeks follow up fees if Private health rebate is applicable. If Private health rebates do not apply to your situation, count on around $3,300 for hospital/ day surgery fees. If applicable, you may get around $750 rebate back from Medicare.
Combined breast lift and breast implant
Price Guide: $11,990
This price includes surgeon fee, implants, anaesthetist, Broadway day surgery & 6 weeks follow up fees. If Private health rebates do not apply to your situation, count on around $3,900 for hospital/ day surgery fees. If applicable, you may get around $750 rebate back from Medicare.
Price Guide: $10,990
This price includes surgeon fee, anaesthetist & 6 weeks follow up fees. This price assumes hospital cover with a private fund and that your operation attracts a medical item number. If fund cover does not apply in your situation, plan for further hospital costs of $3,600. If applicable, you may get around $750 rebate back from Medicare.
Consider this if you have
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You may have a few questions at this point, like:
Is this a common problem for all women?
Breast droop is a common problem and it can be distressing for women, as having underdeveloped breasts.
How does breast droop happen?
It occurs when there is softening and stretching of the ligaments that keep the breast up. It also happens when the tissue area stretches when breasts are enlarged during pregnancy and after pregnancy.