So you’ve decided that breast enlargement is the procedure for you. The next step is to choose the right clinic and surgeon. Here we explain the benefits of choosing Centre for Surgery for your breast augmentation in London:
- In-depth consultation with an expert breast enlargement surgeon
- State of the art day case facility in the heart of central London
- Lifetime guarantee on our breast implants – Mentor / Sebbin / Motiva
- Your very own dedicated patient coordinator to guide you through all steps of your patient journey with us
- Hundreds of verified five star Google and Trustpilot reviews
- Our post-operative after-care has been described as ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission
Your patient journey
When you speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable patient coordinators, a consultation will be arranged for you to see one of our expert surgeons on a preferred date and time for you. When you arrive at the clinic you will need to fill out a pre-operative health questionnaire. He will then be taken through to meet with the consultant surgeon where you will have a full opportunity to outline your ideas, concerns, and expectations for the surgery. You should also feel free to ask as many questions as you like to make sure you are fully informed about all aspects of the breast augmentation procedure. Your surgeon will then take a full medical history as well as what medicines you may be taking and whether you are a smoker or not. A physical examination will then be performed and this will include the surgeon taking detailed measurements which will be used to advise you on the most appropriate choice of breast implants for your body frame. This will help you to achieve the best breast enlargement results. Once you have had your consultation with the surgeon, you’ll be taken through to speak with one of our patient coordinators who will act as your dedicated point of contact throughout your patient journey with us. The patient coordinator will give you detailed information about all aspects of the procedure including an information pack. Once you feel happy to proceed with surgery, your coordinator will be able to give you possible dates for your procedure. If you would like to see your surgeon again, please let your patient coordinator know and they will be more than happy to book you in for a follow-up consultation.
On the day of your procedure
On the day of your breast surgery, our preoperative nursing team will have sent you pre-operative instructions on the Important aspects of preparation for the procedure including fasting guidelines. You should aim to arrive at the centre before your booked operation time. You’ll be taken down to the day surgery unit by a member of our admission nursing team. You’ll be changed to clinic clothing and have your vital signs measured. He will then be reviewed by the Anaesthetist who will carry out a preoperative medical assessment to make sure you are fit for Surgery. Finally, you will be seen by your surgeon who will perform preoperative markings on your chest. You will then be taken through to the operating theatre escorted by a member of the theatre team. You will be gently put to sleep by the anaesthetist. The surgeon will then perform the breast augmentation procedure. You should not feel anything during or after the procedure as the surgeon will inject a local anaesthetic to block pain fibres. Any postoperative discomfort experienced can be easily controlled with painkillers. You will wake up in the recovery area and your postoperative bra will already be applied. Once you feel more awake, you’ll be encouraged to have a warm drink with toast or biscuits. Once you are deemed medically fit for discharge, our nurses will explain the post-operative instructions to your adult caregiver who must look after you for the first 48 hours after your surgery. You will then be able to go home and recover in the comfort of your own home later the same day.
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Breast augmentation recovery and healing
Breast augmentation recovery is fairly straightforward. It is important to comply with the surgeon’s post-operative instructions in full to have the smoothest and quickest recovery. You should take any medication prescribed as directed by the pharmacist. You will be reviewed by a member of our post-operative nursing team one week after your procedure where your dressings will be removed and the incision site will be inspected. If you have any questions or concerns before this review appointment we would recommend you get in contact with our nursing team using the dedicated nursing contact number provided to you on your discharge summary.
How long is breast augmentation recovery?
You will be reviewed six weeks after your procedure by your surgeon to assess your progress and healing. Your surgeon may recommend several scar treatments to optimise the appearance of your scar and will be able to answer any questions you may have about breast augmentation recovery and healing.
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You may be asked to come to the clinic six months after the procedure for a final follow-up appointment. In all cases, you are welcome to book in to see your surgeon at any time after the six-week appointment. Many of our surgeons like to review their patients on an annual basis to make sure they have healed correctly and are happy with their breast augmentation results.
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Why choose Centre for Surgery for breast augmentation surgery?
Centre for Surgery are home to some of the UK’s top breast surgeons and we pride ourselves on offering only the highest quality breast implants. Our surgeons are fully GMC registered and have often completed subspecialty fellowship training in cosmetic breast surgery. We have consultation locations in central London and our state of the art day-case facility is located on Baker Street in Marylebone. To book a consultation, please get in touch today and speak to one of our friendly patient coordinators who will be more than happy to arrange a face-to-face consultation with the best breast augmentation surgeon in London.