18 Years of Experience: Breast Lift (Mastopexy) with Dr. Broadhurst

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Certified Brisbane Plastic Surgeon
Dr Andrew Broadhurst

Qualified and board-certified Specialist Plastic Surgeon, Dr Andrew Broadhurst, has over 18 years of plastic surgery experience. With a compassionate and practical approach, he and his team provide patient-centred care and surgical treatment for breast laxity.

Women with naturally large breasts often face skin irritation, difficulty exercising, and general discomfort. Additionally, excessive weight on the chest can cause severe upper back, neck, and shoulder pain.

Nipple Position

Breast mastopexy (lift) can address concerns related to nipple position and areolae

Correct Breast

Surgery can also correct breast size and shape imbalances

Breast Position

Breast lift can restore sagging breasts and rectify volume loss caused by weight loss or aging

Breast Shape

It can create a firmer and more aesthetically pleasing breast shape

Breast Lift (Mastopexy) with Dr Broadhurst

Breast laxity and loss of volume are common changes after breastfeeding or weight loss. Mastopexy (breast lift) surgery is an option for women who are satisfied with their breast size but who wish to raise the position of their breasts or nipples.

There are many options for breast mastopexy, which you can discuss in your first and second consultation. We will advise you about the possible benefits, risks, costs, and aftercare involved, as well as the details of your surgery.

Dr Broadhurst will be able to advise on the most suitable surgical options, for example, with regard to incision placement. Possible incision placements include:

When you see Dr Broadhurst, you will be treated in confidentiality and comfort.

  • Crescent — involves one incision made halfway along the top outer edge of the areola.
  • Peri-Areolar — involves two circular incisions around the areolar, one outside the other.
  • Anchor — involves three incisions, one around the areolar, one going vertically from the lower edge of the areolar to the crease under the breast (infra-mammary fold), and one horizontally along the natural curve of the breast crease.
  • Lollipop — involves two incisions, one around the areolar, and one vertically from the areolar down towards the breast crease.

Due to his vast experience in cosmetic breast surgery, Dr Broadhurst can give you professional guidance on which incision technique will suit your specific needs.

Dr. Andrew Broadhurst | MED0001176356 Over 18 Years of Surgical Experience

FRACS (Plastic Surgery), MS (Plastic Surgery), MBBS (Hons 1), BCom

Dr Andrew Broadhurst is a board-certified Specialist Plastic Surgeon with particular interest in breast, body, and nose surgery. With over eighteen years of experience in performing complex cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures, he is able to tailor his approach to the unique needs of each breast augmentation mammoplasty patient.


  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
  • Fellow of the Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS Plast.)
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS)

Dr Broadhurst is a member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS).

Dr Broadhurst understands that each patient will have different needs according to their natural body shape, circumstances, and desired outcomes. He is dedicated to upholding high clinical standards for all patients. By getting in-depth advice from a qualified surgeon such as Dr Broadhurst, you can understand your options and begin your surgical journey!

“I pride myself on the individual care and support I provide each of my patients. From your first consultation, I will work one-on-one with you to tailor a treatment plan to suit your unique body, fit your lifestyle and achieve the enhanced look you’ve been dreaming of.”