Breast Lift

In Newcastle with Dr Bernard Beldholm

If your breasts appear deflated or empty after pregnancy, weight loss, or ageing, a breast lift (mastopexy) may be worth considering. Dr Beldholm’s refined breast lift techniques aim to reshape and lift sagging breasts.

Begin Your Breast Lift Journey

1. Meet Dr Beldholm for your breast lift consultation.

2. Learn if you’re a candidate and receive a bespoke surgical plan.

3. Book a surgery date that works for you.

4. See your results!

Crisalix 3D Imaging

Preview Your Results Before Agreeing to Have Surgery

Your 60-minute consultation with Dr Beldholm includes Crisalix 3D Imaging.* This advanced computer software will show you what kind of results you can expect if you decide to have a breast lift. Crisalix is an invaluable tool that will ensure you and Dr Beldholm are on the same page regarding your goals and preferences before you decide to have the surgery.

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What to Expect during the Breast Lift Operation

All surgery takes place in accredited private hospitals throughout NSW. Breast lift surgery requires the patient to undergo general anaesthesia. After making incisions, Dr Beldholm will remove the excessive skin and tissue and reposition the nipple-areolas to the optimal position. After he closes the incisions, his patients will wake in the recovery room. Many patients return home the same day to begin the recovery process.

How much does a Breast Lift cost in Australia?

Visit the pricing page for more information.

Schedule Your Newcastle Breast Lift Consultation Today

To learn if breast lift surgery is suitable for you, call Dr Beldholm’s office on (03) 7018 1802 or book your appointment online.

Disclaimer: Individual results vary. All surgery carries risks. Seek a second opinion before proceeding.

Disclaimer: Crisalix 3D Imaging shows optimal results; Actual results may differ.

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This website contains adult content. You must be 18 years or over to read. All surgery carries risks. You should seek a second opinion before proceeding. Results vary from patient to patient. See our disclaimer.
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