Get the Curves You Desire With Breast Augmentation Surgery

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Are you dreaming of fuller, more shapely breasts that will turn heads wherever you go? Perhaps you’ve always felt self-conscious about your chest size or want to restore the volume lost due to pregnancy, weight loss, or ageing. Whatever your motivation, breast augmentation surgery can be a life-changing decision that empowers you to feel more confident and comfortable in your skin. But before you jump in, it’s essential to understand what to expect from the procedure, recovery, and long-term results. So buckle up and get ready to embark on a journey to the breasts of your dreams!

What is Breast Augmentation Surgery?

Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that can enhance your breasts’ size, shape, and overall appearance. Whether you’re looking to fill out that bikini top, balance out asymmetrical breasts, or feel more comfortable in your skin, it can help you achieve your desired look. It is akin to transforming your chest from a barely-there mosquito bite to a luscious watermelon.

The procedure involves inserting little balloons (commonly known as implants) beneath your breast tissue or chest muscle, resulting in a bosom that will make everyone jealous. It’s similar to giving oneself a permanent push-up bra without the uncomfortable underwire that digs into your ribs. 

Is Breast Augmentation Surgery For Me?

Good candidates for breast augmentation are those who have spent countless hours staring at their chests in the mirror and thinking, “I wish I had more to work with!” They’re also the ones who have tried every push-up bra on the market and still can’t achieve the desired effect. In all seriousness, though, if you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your breasts and you’ve tried everything from padded bras to duct tape (yes, some people have tried that!), breast augmentation might be an excellent option for you. 

Make sure you’re in good health, have realistic expectations, and are willing to invest in new wardrobe staples to show off your new and improved chest. But if you still need to decide whether you’re a good candidate, consult a plastic surgeon who can help guide you through the process and answer all your boob-related questions.

Even though breast augmentation can be a terrific option for many people, it’s crucial to have fully formed breasts – sorry, pre-teens, you’ll have to put it off for now. Also, it’s critical to keep a steady weight because drastic weight changes following surgery can make your new boobs droop instead of being perkier. Furthermore, if you have a family history of breast cancer, it’s imperative to talk to your doctor about your options; after all, you don’t want to go from a low risk of developing breast cancer to a high risk of surgery complications.

The Process

Breast augmentation surgery typically involves a few key steps. First, the patient will undergo general anaesthesia to ensure they are comfortable and pain-free throughout the procedure. Then, the surgeon will make an incision around the areola (the dark area surrounding the nipple), under the breast, or in the armpit. This incision allows the surgeon to create a pocket for the breast implant.

Once the pocket has been created, the surgeon will insert the implant and position it in the incision. Depending on the patient’s desired outcome and anatomical considerations, the implant can be placed under the breast tissue or beneath the chest muscle. The surgeon will then adjust the implant to achieve the desired shape and contour and close the incision with sutures.

After the surgery, the patient will be taken to a recovery area, where they will be monitored closely as they wake up from anaesthesia. Patients are typically sent home the same day as the surgery but must rest and avoid strenuous activities for several weeks as they recover. Follow-up appointments with the surgeon will be scheduled to monitor healing and ensure patients are happy with their results.

Types of Breast Augmentation Surgery 

A few different types of breast augmentation surgery can be tailored to meet each patient’s needs and goals. Some of the most common types of breast augmentation surgery include:

Saline implants

Saline implant breast augmentation is a type of breast augmentation surgery that uses silicone shell implants filled with sterile salt water to enhance the size and shape of the breasts. 

One of the benefits of saline implants is that they can be adjusted during the surgery to achieve the desired size and shape. Additionally, if the implant ruptured, the body would absorb the saline solution harmlessly. However, some patients may find that saline implants are less natural than silicone implants and may be more prone to rippling or wrinkling.

Silicone implants

Silicone implant breast augmentation is a type of breast augmentation surgery that uses implants filled with silicone gel to enhance the size and shape of the breasts. They comprise a pre-filled silicone shell with a silicone gel resembling natural breast tissue.

The fact that silicone implants tend to feel more natural than saline implants and are less likely to rip or wrinkle is one of their advantages. Nevertheless, if the silicone gel ruptures, it may leak into the surrounding tissue and must be removed by subsequent surgery.

Fat transfer

Fat transfer breast augmentation, also known as autologous fat transfer, involves taking fat from one area of the body, such as the abdomen or thighs, and transferring it to the breasts to enhance their size and shape.

The plastic surgeon employs liposuction to remove fat from the donor area, purify them, and inject the fat into the breast tissue in small, carefully controlled amounts. It is typically injected in multiple layers to achieve the desired result.

Using the patient’s tissue lowers the likelihood of implant rupture or rejection, a key advantage of fat transfer breast augmentation. Also, the results frequently appear and feel more natural than conventional implants. Unfortunately, not everyone is a candidate for fat transfer breast augmentation because the donor area must have enough fat to produce the desired results. The outcomes won’t be as striking as they would be with conventional implants.


Combination breast augmentation surgery is a type of breast augmentation procedure that combines two or more techniques to achieve the desired outcome. For example, a patient may have silicone or saline implants placed in addition to fat transfer to achieve a more natural look and feel.

The plastic surgeon will first perform liposuction to remove fat from the donor area during the procedure. The fat is then purified and injected into the breast tissue to add volume and shape. After the fat transfer, the breast implants are placed above or below the chest muscle to achieve the desired size and shape.

Combination breast augmentation surgery can offer patients the benefits of fat transfer and breast implants. Fat transfer can help create a more natural look and feel, while the implants can provide more volume and projection. However, this type of surgery is typically more complex and may require a longer recovery than traditional breast augmentation surgery. 

How Much Does The Surgery Cost?

Ah, the million-pound question (or, should we say, the thousand-pound question)! The cost of breast augmentation surgery in the U.K. can vary depending on various factors. As a general ballpark, you’re probably looking at anywhere from £4,000 to £8,000 for the procedure.

The surgery can be expensive due to various factors, including the high cost of living, the complexity of the procedure, and regulatory and administrative costs. However, investing in a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon is vital for ensuring the best possible outcome. Ultimately, the cost of the procedure should be weighed against the benefits of improved self-confidence and happiness.

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