Many women have a dwindled ptotic breast. The surgical solution for these two concurring problems has two separate procedures: augmentation and mastopexy. Combining these two procedure into one surgery is considered unpredictable and avoided by many physicians. This study presents a revised mastopexy-augmentation technique found to be safer and more simple, enabling these two procedures to be performed together. A retrospective review of 60 patients who underwent surgery by a single surgeon is presented. The presented method has yielded a relatively low reoperation rate of 10% and a high satisfaction rate.