Breast lift surgery is ideal for those who suffer with droopy breasts, sometimes this can happen after bariatric surgery, after birth, significant weight loss or even from the effects of time. The goal of a breast lift surgery is to lift the breasts by removing the excess skin that causes the sagging effect. We also reshape the tissue to regenerate firmness and reposition the nipples. Sometimes after a breast lift the patient can experience a slight reduction in the size once the skin is removed. Our Professor discovered a technique to lift the breasts from around the nipple to avoid the anchor scar, however if patients desire a traditional breast lift can be performed. The patient is given anaesthesia and gently induced to sleep, during this time the patient will not feel anything. The surgeon will then begin the incision process around the areola or desired method. The tissue will be removed first and reshaped followed by excess skin removal. At the final stage before closing the incision your surgeon will ensure the nipples are repositioned according to the new symmetrical ratios of your breasts. They should sit higher than previously. Final checks will be carried out and the surgeon will then close the incision with dissolvable sutures.