Breast Surgery Manchester.

We are one of the most popular destinations for breast surgery in Manchester.

 

Breast Enlargement Surgery

The size and shape of your breasts can have a significant impact on your self-confidence, self-esteem and femininity. Feeling confident and good about yourself and your appearance can help you to truly live life to the full. Whether you have experienced a loss of volume due to pregnancy or weight loss, are having medical issues because of large breasts, or are simply not happy with your current size or shape, then we can help.

We are here to help you decide if surgery is the right option for you.  We can also tell you about the various types of breast surgery available to help you achieve a body that you are happy with.

Making the right decision choosing breast surgery in Manchester

Breast surgery is quite a broad subject, and there are various approaches to help address different issues. Breast surgery is one of the most common types of plastic surgery we undertake here in Manchester, and our surgeons are extremely experienced in both breast enlargement and reduction.

The most common types of breast surgery Manchester include:

  • Mastopexy: Mastopexy is also known as a breast lift and is a popular choice for women that have experienced a loss of volume in their breast. This is commonly caused by pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss and ageing. Mastopexy can help to restore the volume and shape of your breasts. The technique used is completely dependent on your current body and your desired results.
  • Augmentation: Breast augmentation surgery is also commonly known as breast enlargement or a ‘boob job’. Many women who choose breast augmentation wish to increase their breasts by one or two sizes and often aim for a natural look that will flatter their body size and shape. It is possible to have them enlarged more than this if you wish, and 3D body image technology can be used to give you an idea of your perfect size and visualise your end results.
  • Reduction: Breast reduction surgery is a common choice for those who feel self-conscious about having a big chest and those who experience medical problems from this. If you have large breasts that stop you from doing what you want to do or wearing the kind of clothes you want, then breast reduction surgery can be a great option.

Making the right choice

Choosing to change your body in any way is a significant decision that should never be taken lightly. Whether you want mastopexy, enlargement or reduction, it is important to fully understand the processes and risks so that you can make an informed decision. At Manchester Plastic Surgery, we will invite you in for an initial consultation with one of our experienced specialists.

At this consultation, we will discuss your desired results and examine your breasts. This helps us to offer the best possible advice on the results we could achieve for you. We will give you all the information you need to make this big decision, and you will have the chance to ask us any questions you may have. Most breast surgeries will last roughly two hours, but this timing is entirely dependent on the type of breast surgery Manchester that you select.

Manchester Plastic Surgery

Our aim is to provide you with all the information you need to make the choice that is right for you. We have a team of well experienced and established professional surgeons. Furthermore, breast surgery Manchester is one of our most popular choices, so our experience in this field is vast.

We pride ourselves on taking care of you every single step of the journey, from your initial consultation right through your recovery, so you can relax knowing you are in safe hands with Manchester Plastic Surgery.

Get plenty of rest to ensure a good recovery.

You’re likely to feel tired and sore for a few days following your surgery, but you’ll be up and around in 24 hours. Most of your discomfort can be controlled by prescribed medication.

You will be able to bathe day after surgery and your tapes will be removed after a week. You should wear a bra as directed. Your stitches will absorb so don’t need to be removed, but the swelling may take two months to disappear.

You should be able to return to work within two weeks depending on the level of activity required for your job. You will be given advice on when to begin exercises and normal activities. Your breasts will probably be sensitive to direct stimulation for two to three weeks but after that breast contact is fine once they are no longer sore: usually three to four weeks after surgery.

Your scar swill be firm and pink for about three months. After several months, your scars will begin to fade, although they will never disappear completely.

Routine mammograms should be continued after breast augmentation for women in the appropriate age group, although mammographic technicians should use a special technique to ensure you get a reliable reading.

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