Many women notice that after weight loss, pregnancy, or simply with the passing of time, their breasts have changed. These changes may include sagging, loss of volume, and increased nipple size. These changes often have a negative impact on a woman’s self-esteem.

Breast Lift/Mastopexy restores a more youthful appearance to sagging breasts. While it does not increase the breast size, a breast lift does reshape and reposition the breast by tightening the existing tissue. In addition, a breast lift will reposition the nipple in a more aesthetically pleasing location; reclaiming some of what gravity and/or pregnancy has altered.

A breast lift may be coupled with a Breast Augmentation or fat grafting if greater volume is a part of your goal. Some women choose to have other procedures in combination with their breast lift. Common procedures to combine with a breast lift include breast augmentation, liposuction, and abdominoplasty.

Dr. Anoush Hadaegh is a board certified plastic surgeon with more than 15 years of experience, and his attention to detail is second to none. During your consultation with Dr. Hadaegh, you will discuss the various breast lift options available. Dr. Hadaegh takes into consideration your body type, lifestyle, desired look. Dr. Hadaegh customizes his recommendations for the best surgical approach, all in an effort to provide you with the very best naturally enhanced look.

At Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of North Shore, your safety and satisfaction are always our focus.

Breast Lift FAQ
Is Dr. Hadaegh a board certified physician?

Yes. Dr. Hadaegh is a board certified plastic surgeon. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons as well as the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Where will my surgery take place?

Breast lift surgery is performed at either Beverly Hospital or North Shore Medical Center, Salem Hospital, under general anesthesia. The operation, itself, takes approximately 2-2.5 hours depending on your specific treatment plan.

What is recovery like after breast lift surgery?

You could be sore with some swelling after surgery. Discomfort should begin subsiding after a few days, and swelling will gradually diminish over 4-6 weeks. Most patients return to work, driving, and normal basic daily activities within 7-10 days after surgery. Exercise and heavy lifting are restricted for about 4 weeks after your breast lift. If you decide to combine a breast lift with a breast augmentation, your recovery may be slightly longer.

Will my breast size change from breast lift surgery?

No. Breast lift surgery removes excess skin but does not remove significant breast tissue in any way. If you would like to increase the size of your breasts, you can discuss combining a breast lift with a breast augmentation. This discussion would take place with Dr. Hadaegh during your consultation appointment.

Will my consultation be with the surgeon?

Yes. All surgical consultations take place with Dr. Anoush Hadaegh. Dr. Hadaegh is a board certified plastic surgeon and will be able to answer all of your questions. Dr. Hadaegh will also perform your surgical procedure.

Am I required to have a consultation before booking surgery?

Yes. A consultation is required and essential to you getting all of the pertinent information you need. The consultation is a perfect format for you to get answers to all of your questions so that you can make informed choices. Your appointment will include a physical exam so that Dr. Hadaegh can best customize your treatment plan including which implants are most appropriate for you.

Is there a fee for my consultation?

Yes. There is a $150 consultation fee that is charged to you at the time you book your appointment. You will have a full hour with Dr. Hadaegh to discuss everything related to your procedure. Should you decide to move forward with your breast lift, the consultation fee will be applied as a credit to your total procedure balance.

Will insurance cover my breast lift?

Typically, no. Breast lift surgery is generally considered a cosmetic procedure and therefore not medically necessary. It’s best to check with your specific insurance company if you have additional questions about your coverage.

Can I finance my breast lift surgery?

Yes! Our patients often use Care Credit to finance their procedures. We also accept all major credit cards.