· Blood tests
· Imaging investigations
· Breast ultrasound – in young patients
· Mammography – in patients over 40 years of age or for the evaluation of suspicious lesions
It is recommended to quit smoking at least 2 weeks before the operation.
Patients under 18 years of age.
If lactation or recent lactation is present.
The presence of suspicious (unassessed) breast tumors.
The presence of serious chronic diseases.
Talk to your doctor about your expectations for mastopexy surgery.
Remember that before the intervention you should also prepare your house for when you return.
You need ice, light, loose clothing, so you don’t have to work hard when you change.
You will need someone to help you get home after the operation and not stay alone overnight.