While quality of care is your highest priority, we appreciate that you will need to know what to expect when it comes to breast implant removal cost.

 

Breast Enlargement Surgery

 

You can expect breast implant removal to cost between £3,615 – £5,356, though we will be able to provide an exact quotation following your initial consultation.  This approach enables us to tailor our service to meet your specific needs as we always endeavour to meet individual requirements. 

The cost of your treatment will include all aspects of your care, so there will be no hidden surprises.

 

  • Your medical team

You will be cared for throughout by our highly qualified, experienced team.  Your breast implant removal cost includes the fees of your plastic surgeon, your anaesthetist as well as nursing and support staff.

  • Follow-up appointments

These will be held at the Spire Manchester Hospital with your plastic surgeon.  Usually, there are two follow-up appointments after breast implant removal surgery, though provision is unlimited if you need ongoing care.

  • Overnight stay at the Spire Manchester Hospital, the flagship hospital in the Spire Healthcare Group

This includes your own private bedroom which features en-suite facilities, TV and WiFi.

While cost is an important factor when you’re considering having plastic surgery, it should not be thought of in isolation. 

Prices do not vary significantly between UK-based plastic surgery practices led by highly experienced, qualified surgeons. The cost of care usually reflects the training and experience of the surgical team, and the overall quality of care provided.  

Cheap plastic surgery is all-too readily available abroad.  The NHS, along with our professional governing bodies, BAAPS and BAPRAS, have worked hard on public education programmes to make people aware of the risks of cheap surgery abroad.  The lower prices usually reflect the reduced compliance measures in place to oversee the training, experience and quality of care of offer. It is also more difficult to receive the ongoing aftercare from overseas surgical teams, especially if there are ongoing concerns or complications, unless you are prepared to travel.

All surgery carries some element of risk, but you can significantly reduce the risk of anything going wrong, or getting a poor result, by choosing a practice like ours which has a strong and proven track record in breast treatments.  

Our plastic surgeons, Mr James Murphy and Mr Adam Goodwin, are both Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons.

Mr Murphy is a fully accredited plastic surgeon and a member of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).  He has a higher postgraduate degree of Master of Surgery (ChM) and is actively involved in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Mr Goodwin has a Masters degree in research science and was awarded the prestigious plastic surgery fellowship from the Kleinert Kutz centre, a world-renowned plastic surgery training facility.  He has a particular interest in skin cancer, performing over 1,000 skin cancer surgeries every year. Between 2011 and 2017 he took part in annual trips to India to provide facial reanimation care to people in need.

The first step is to attend an initial consultation with one of our plastic surgeons who will talk to you about your motivations for implant removal and the results you would like to see. 

They will also talk you through what surgery and recovery involves and answer any questions you may have about any aspect of treatment. Following this consultation, it will be possible to prepare a quotation detailing your breast implant removal cost of treatment and care.