Revisional surgery following breast lift

The commonest complaints from women who have undergone breast lifts are asymmetry and recurrence of sagging in the long term.

Pronounced asymmetry between both breasts after a breast lift is usually due to poor pre-operative planning. Asymmetry of the shape and position of the nipple and areola can usually be addressed using the existing scars.

Fluctuations in weight and ageing can also affect the quality of the surrounding skin, so that the breasts begin to sag again. This problem can also be corrected using the existing scars and a short procedure.