Cosmetic Breast Surgery

Surgical breast enhancement operations (commonly know as boob job) are some of the commonest cosmetic procedures performed in the UK. Many women are unhappy with either the size or shape of their breasts, and sometimes these problems are made more noticeable by weight loss or breast feeding. Several techniques are available to enhance the size and shape of the breast. All the techniques used for aesthetic breast surgery can also be used for correction of breast asymmetry. A difference in the size and shape of the breasts can be due to differences in breast development during puberty or a result of breast surgery or injuries such as burns.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery is one of the commonest aesthetic procedures performed. Modern silicone breast implants are manufactured in a range of sizes and shapes and can be tailored to suit the need of all suitable subjects.

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Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery is often sought by women who feel that their breast size is out of proportion to the rest of their body. This can lead to symptoms such as neck and shoulder pain or skin problems, which can often be helped by surgery.

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Breast Reduction (Male)

Around 60 percent of males have an issue with breast tissue. Changes in hormone levels and weight gain can often lead to a male having a Gynaecomastia (Man Boobs).

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Fat Transfer to Breast

Fat transfer or fat grafting has been used in many areas of the body, which have lost volume, to enhance and reshape the area.  The technique involves fat being harvested from one part of the body most commonly the abdomen, processed and the transferred into the area into the breast. Fat Transfer can often give a more natural breast shape.

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Mastopexy (breast uplift)

Mastopexy surgery can be of benefit to women who have noticed drooping (or ptosis) of the breast, often following weight loss or breastfeeding. Mastopexy surgery is being considered by an increasing number of women, and refinements in technique

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