The UK's leading breast specialists
Breast surgery is one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures available today. Whether you are considering reducing, uplifting or otherwise enhancing your breasts, The Harley Medical Group offers procedures from the highest quality experts in their field.
If you would like to change the size or shape of your breasts, or you feel that one is noticeably bigger than the other, you are not alone. Our surgeons perform hundreds of breast surgery operations every year and we understand that there are many different reasons why women choose to have breast enlargement, breast uplift and breast reduction procedures. We specialise in all types of breast surgery, and ensure that the results of your surgery give you the body confidence and boost in self-esteem that you deserve.
BREAST ENLARGEMENT SURGERY
Commonly known as the ‘boob job’, breast enlargement surgery is our most commonly performed procedure for women and many patients report a boost in self confidence following the surgery. If you are unhappy with the size of your breasts, we advise that you book in for a consultation with one of our highly experienced cosmetic surgeons. During this consultation the surgeon will talk you through the procedure in detail, discuss the size and shape of breasts you wish to achieve and answer any questions you may have. At The Harley Medical Group, we use Allergan implants in the breast augmentation procedure, to give a natural look and feel no matter what size you choose. There are different ways to insert breast implants and the best way for you will be discussed in detail during your initial consultation.
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Women with overly large breasts can suffer from physical discomfort such as back and neck pain, and feel self conscious about their bodies. If you feel that your breasts are out of proportion or are affecting your body confidence, we advise that you book in for a consultation with one of our experienced surgeons to see if breast reduction surgery could help. During your initial consultation you are encouraged to ask as many questions as you like and to discuss the results you hope to achieve from the procedure. Your surgeon will also explain the procedure in detail and ensure you understand the recovery process. We also regularly perform breast reduction for those women who want breasts that are in proportion with the rest of the body, or who want relief from back or neck pain caused by overly large breasts.
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It is not uncommon for women to find that the fullness of their breasts is lost after childbirth, significant weight loss or simply due to the natural ageing process. An increasing number of women are opting for breast uplift surgery to restore the natural fullness to their breasts and feel confident in their bodies again. Breast uplift surgery can be performed on its own or be combined with breast implants to achieve fuller, natural looking breasts. Breast uplift surgery is most commonly performed on older patients whose breasts have lost their fullness due to the natural ageing process, and on mothers whose breasts have lost their shape and support due to breast-feeding.
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Breast enhancement surgery, also known as fat transfer or stem cell breast enlargement, can be a great option for those women who wish to increase the size and fullness of their breasts while removing fat from another area of the body. Whilst this type of surgery is not suitable for everyone, it can reduce the recovery time of those patients looking to combine fat removal surgery with a breast enlargement. Your surgeon may also talk to you about breast enhancement surgery using fat grafting (sometimes known as stem cell breast enlargement), which works by taking fat from one area of the body and transferring it to achieve fuller looking breasts.
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Find out more about our procedures and treatments, for a free no obligation consultation and to meet with a nurse please contact us on 0800 022 3479 or click through to book online.