Breast lift surgery is a major procedure that carries risks, as with any other surgical procedure. These risks include bleeding, infection, scarring, and changes in sensation. There is also a risk of asymmetry or unsatisfactory results, and a potential for revision surgery. Patients should also be aware of the potential for complications related to anesthesia, such as nausea, dizziness, breathing problems, or heart complications. Other rare but possible risks include fat necrosis, poor wound healing, hematoma, and seroma. Since the procedure involves the use of a surgical device or implant, there is a slight risk of implant rupture or deflation. Patients should discuss any pre-existing conditions or concerns with their doctor to minimize the risk of complications.

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