There are other types of breast surgery that don’t involve the use of implants to improve the appearance of the breasts. One of these is the breast uplift, or Mastoplexy. Breast uplift surgery basically reshapes sagging breasts without changing their actual size. The most common reason for women undergoing a breast uplift is loss of breast tissue as a result of pregnancy or weight loss, the amount of skin on the breast stays the same but the breast tissue reduces, leaving excess skin which gives a droopy appearance, with the nipples appearing lower on the breast than the actual crease of the breast itself.

Most Aurora breast augmentation surgeons will also be able to carry out a breast uplift, and if the breasts are still going to be very small after the removal of excess skin then a breast uplift can be combined with augmentation (insertion of an implant) to create the desired look.


On the other hand, if the breast are droopy as a result of bulkiness then a breast reduction is the procedure that will correct this, which combines the skin tightening and nipple raising with the removal of some breast tissue to create a perkier more youthful looking breast.

No exercises exist that can shrink stretched skin, prevention is the best approach, which means wearing a good supportive bra, especially during pregnancy. Pregnancy takes it’s toll on breasts with hormones causing glanduar tissue to increase and the general stretching of the bodies fibrous tissue.

Deciding to undergo a breast uplift is a big decision as the scars left by the procedure can be quite extensive and will always be visible, even once they have faded. There is also the risk that the scars may stretch and become even more noticeable. It is due to these scars that a breast uplift isn’t for everybody, especially those who may wish to get pregnant in the 18 months or so after surgery.


You can use some breast uplifting creams like breast actives. It gives great results. Breast actives customer reviews are worth reading. Click to read about breast actives. During your pre-surgery consultation, be sure to ask the surgeon about scarring and whether they have any before-and-after pictures you can see to give you a good idea of the likely extent of the scarring and about the psychological effects other patients have experienced as a result of the scarring.