Breast enlargement (Augmentation)

Breast enlargement is often sought to enhance naturally small breasts or rejuvenate breasts that have lost volume post pregnancy, breast feeding and/or weight loss.

Breast augmentation (enlargement) enhances the size and shape of the breast using implants, fat or a combination of both.

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During the preoperative consultations, Mr Ridha takes time to understand your desired look and to discuss the different options which capture your ideal size, shape and feel, whilst taking into consideration your breast dimensions and the amount of natural breast tissue already present.

Mr Ridha also uses the Crisalix 3D simulation software, to create an image of the expected outcome of your augmentation surgery, to allow you to make a more informed decision regarding your choice of implant (round or anatomical/teardrop shaped) and/or volume.

The procedure is performed under general anaesthetic. An implant is placed either behind the breast tissue (subglandular) or partly under the muscle (dual plane) through a discrete small incision in the breast fold (inframammary fold). The resultant scar is hidden in the breast crease.

Breast fat grafting involves taking fat by gentle liposuction from areas where there is excess, typically the abdomen, flanks and thighs. The fat is purified and injected into the breast to increase the volume and correct any contour irregularities. This technique can be used alone to increase the size of the breast or in combination with an implant (composite breast augmentation), creating a more natural look and feel.

Mr Ridha’s aesthetic approach integrates the latest technologies and developments in breast augmentation to provide you with current choices to help you achieve your ideal.

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Duration of surgery

1 - 1.5 Hours

Anaesthesia

General anaesthetic

Hospital stay

0 - 1 Night

Recovery

1 week off work
6 weeks full recovery

Preoperative

Postoperative