Breast lift and insurance
I do not know what it is like in Australia, but in the US, insurance will not cover a breast lift as it is considered a cosmetic procedure.
The short answer is yes insurance will cover a breast reduction in Australia especially if you are an E cup.You can decide how small you wish to go with your surgeon, but 1/2-1cup should be fine.I hope this helps and good luck.cheers
Hi. A breast lift is only covered if your breasts have a certain amount of sag and if you have had a child that is less than 7 years of age. A breast reduction sounds like it would be more appropriate for you and whilst a 1/2 a cup size reduction would not be appropriate, 1-2 cup size would probably be ok to attract an item number.You can read more below.RegardsDamien
Insurance covered breast lift
Thank you for your question. Although I am not sure how Insurance plans work in Australia, in general in order for a breast reduction to be covered by insurance, there will be a minimum amount necessary to be removed to qualify. This will vary by insurance company, but usually it is at least 500 g. Although you did not provide any photos, a reduction of only 1/2 cup size would unlikely be covered. It sounds like what you are desiring is more likely a breast lift with a very small reduction. Your best step is to meet with a board certified surgeon who you and discuss your concerns. Best regards.