Breast enhancement or augmentation
The breast enlargement / augmentation procedure
Breast enhancement or augmentation involves making a cut, about 5cm long, in the fold between the breast and the chest wall. An implant is placed behind the breast tissue in a ‘pocket’ which is made for the specific shape and cleavage you desire. This surgery is carried out under general anaesthetic, and you may need to stay in hospital for a night after the operation.
Because everyone's body is unique, we are unable to guarantee an exact cup size.
Every chest wall is a different shape, and the amounts of breast tissue in each breast varies, which means we are unable to guarantee your exact cup size.
Similarly while we will try to ensure that the breasts are symmetrical and as equal in size as possible, there may not be an exact match after surgery.
- The breast enlargement / augmentation procedure
- Breast enlargement / augmentation after care
- Potential complications & risks of breast enlargement / augmentation