Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure performed to enlarge your breast volume for a number of reasons;

  • Enhance body contour
  • Correct volume loss resulting from ageing/pregnancy
  • Balance the volume of breasts in women who have breast asymmetry

There are a number of techniques for performing breast augmentation. There are options regarding the type of implants (smooth/textured, round/anatomical, saline/silicone), position of implant placement (sub glandular/sub muscular/dual plane), and incision placement (sub mammary, arm pit, peri-areolar). The options recommended for you will depend on your breast shape and size and will be individualised to ensure that you obtain the best possible result.

Breast Augmentation will correct some mild forms of breast sagging. However for more severe breast sagging which may occur after pregnancy or weight loss, a breast augmentation procedure may need to be combined with a breast lift in order to obtain the desired result for you.

Mr Robert Toma

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr John Masters

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon