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Breast sagging leads to a less youthful appearance of breasts. It is a common problem following pregnancies, weight loss and aging. This can be addressed with a breast uplift (mastopexy).

Breast uplift abroad

Breast uplift starts with surgeons moving (to a higher position) the nipple and areola. At the same time excess skin from beneath the breast is removed.  When closing the remaining skin, the breast mound is: 1) lifted higher; and 2) recontoured (for a more projected and youthful appearance).

To achieve the wanted size, shape and projection a saline-filled breast implant may be used during the surgery (this is called breast augmentation + uplift). It’s placed beneath the breast. Yet, it is optional and only necessary when there is inadequate breast tissue. Your surgeon will always advise you on this.

In case of sagging, the incisions and scars are like the ones from a breast reduction. If the sagging is not excessive, mastopexy can be done with not so significant scars.

Breast uplift abroad can as well be combined with tummy tuck or liposuction (this is also known as mommy make-over).





Breast uplift abroad step by step:

  1. If the nipple is below the breast crease, breast uplift will help it to its normal (higher) position.
  2. To change the nipple’s position, a small amount of skin has to be removed. As every patient’s body is unique, the amount of skin to be cut out might vary; however, in most cases it is not significant.
  3. Then the skin is brought back together and the breast mound is lifted/recontoured. This makes the breast look younger and fuller.
  4. Although the post-surgery scar will be visible, in one year it will obtain a colour, very similar to the skin around it. The size of the scar depends on the amount of skin which was removed during the surgery. In most cases the scar is around the nipple, but if the amount of removed skin is bigger, the scar will continue as a straight line below the nipple. During the free consultation with our surgeon, you will be provided with all the information on possible the scarring and what results to expect.

After breast uplift

One day after the surgery the patient can continue with limited activities and will, usually, be fully recovered in 3-4 weeks period. The patients are ready to fly back home in 5-7 days’ time.

If needed, the pain can be reduced by taking painkillers. The stitches are removed on the very last day of the patient’s stay abroad. Following the surgery, the patient can breastfeed normally because milk glands are not affected. Nonetheless, if the implant is used there is a higher risk of development of some implant-related issues (you can read more about it here).

When the breast is healed completely, it will have a more attractive youthful look. Needless to say, ageing will still happen, and the sagging might re-appear in the future.

As with any other surgery, there is a small risk of complications. Such as slow healing, infection or bleeding, reduction of sensitivity of the nipple. Minor asymmetry of the size and shape of the breasts or the position of the nipple and areola might be noticeable.

prices given below are exact (without hidden costs). Many other clinics increase their initial prices.

Breast uplift abroad prices

Breast uplift (mastopexy)

€ 2575

Breast augmentation & uplift (round Polytech implants)

€ 4265

Breast augmentation & uplift (anatomical Polytech implants)

€ 4465

every result is individual. We put our utmost care to ensure that the patient is happy with it.

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FAQs about breast uplift

What condition usually leads to the surgery?




Breast sagging leads to a less youthful appearance of breasts. It is a common problem following pregnancies, weight loss and aging. This can be addressed with a breast uplift (mastopexy).

What is the required stay (in Lithuania) and recovery period?



One day after the surgery the patient can continue with limited activities and will, usually, be fully recovered in 3-4 weeks period. The patients are ready to fly back home in 5-7 days’ time.

What if something goes wrong? Are there any possible complications?



As with any other surgery, there is a small risk of complications. Such as slow healing, infection or bleeding, reduction of sensitivity of the nipple. Minor asymmetry of the size and shape of the breasts or the position of the nipple and areola might be noticeable.

While still in Lithuania: in case you are feeling unwell or there is anything abnormal, you will be immediately checked upon by the medical personnel. Should there be a need for a follow-up procedure, it would be carried out for you free of charge.

Complication in the later stages of the recovery is even rarer and most of the time not an emergency. If they happen, our surgeon would consult you online and explain the steps to take.

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