Having long been one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries for women looking to boost their confidence and self-esteem, breast augmentation - breast enlargement – gives the patient a fuller cup size. Boob jobs are also used to rejuvenated body confidence following pregnancy.
While easy and cheap alternatives such as padded bras and inserts can help achieve a temporary enhancement, they don’t always achieve the desired effect or have the longevity required.
Breast enlargements are sought out by women who are not happy with the size of their breasts and suffer from low body confidence as a result. There are many reasons why they can feel this way, but even the smallest increase
Despite putting in time and effort to keep fit and healthy, breast size is a common factor for women when it comes to body confidence. The size and shape of breasts fluctuate greatly depending on genetics, age, lifestyle choices, pregnancy and weight. Some of the many benefits of augmentation include:
There are a number of different techniques that can be used for breast enlargement surgery. One of the most important aspects of your surgery is the consultation process, and our surgeons are on hand to give advice when needed.
A breast enlargement operation involves inserting implants behind the breast tissue, and this can be over or under the pectoral muscle if there is not enough tissue. The end result gives a fuller cup size and a more voluptuous shape as required. Implants are made using either silicone or saline (salt water) to increase breast size and improve shape.
Incisions can be made on or around the breast – in the inframammary fold (the natural crease underneath the breast),
Breast augmentation surgery has a number of associated risks and complications, including:
How long will the implants last?
It is important to remember that breast augmentation surgery is not a permanent solution. As the body changes, grows and develops, the appearance of your breasts will also change. Similarly, gravity and the
It is not always possible to create cleavage, so your new breasts may not look or feel natural.
Implants can also take slightly different positions once settled which can magnify any natural differences or asymmetry. Larger implants are much heavier and can speed up the natural sagging process that occurs in breasts over time.
As a general rule, it takes four to six weeks to recover from breast augmentation surgery and for the initial discomfort to subside. The timeframe can vary depending on the size of the implant and its placement - your consultant will be able to advise based on your specific treatment.
If you decide that breast enlargement surgery is for you, at The McIndoe Centre you can select your preferred consultant surgeon at a time that suits you. We have some of the most innovative and experienced surgeons who will discuss your options in a thorough and expert way.
Our consultants will advise on the right implant for your needs and requirements. The overall size of your new breasts will not always be determined by the weight of the implant, more the diameter and projection. The diameter of the implant relates to fullness and the projection relates to how prominent you would like your breasts to be.
We now offer finance options so you can spread the cost of surgery.
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Last updated: 17/08/2017
At The McIndoe Centre, our consultants typically use silicone implants, but we can also use saline where required. We also offer the B-Lite implant, which is 30% lighter than the standard silicone equivalent. Our consultants will discuss your options with you, and the choice of implants for your augmentation surgery is entirely yours. Our GMC registered team are on hand to advise every step of the way.
All implants used by our consultants are ethically approved and have an excellent reputation. Please note: we do not use PIP implants.
We submit all information regarding breast implants to the Breast and Cosmetic Implant Registry. The purpose of which also allows the identification of possible trends and complications relating to specific implants. More information is available here.