Your Breast Enlargement
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Why Choose Us?
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Breast Enlargement in Birmingham
The only plastic surgery clinic in the UK specialising in breast enlargement
Mr Staiano has been featured in ‘The Times’ and ‘The Mail on Sunday’ talking about the designer boob job, which stresses the importance of having access to all available implants to give a couture result rather than being tied to one implant make or manufacturer. We focus on customer service and ethics to give every patient a personal, professional service with the aim to give the best possible result and experience to you.
Breast enlargement is the most commonly requested type of cosmetic breast surgery in the UK. In fact, it is one of the most commonly requested types of plastic surgery full stop! We are now in the age of the ‘couture boob job’ and it is no longer the case that one size fits all. Nowadays implants for breast enlargement come in a huge range of shapes, sizes and textures. They all come in a variety of projections (which means how far they stick out) from low to moderate to high to extra high and each will give a different look. The coating can be smooth or textured and some are coated in a special polyurethane foam which decreases the risk of needing further surgery in the future. Some breast implants are round and some are teardrop-shaped and there are pros and cons of each type depending on the natural breast shape that you have and the sort of look that you are seeking. You can see examples of our work by clicking on the links below.
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* I’m 3 weeks post breast enlargement surgery and can honestly say it’s best decision Ive ever made but I think a lot of that was down to Jonathan and his amazing team at the clinic they made me feel so at ease right from the word go and booking consultation to post op now they are still at end of the phone and constantly checking I am ok, the customer service is just top class and Jonathan is so professional but very easy going couldn’t have picked a better surgeon to do my boobs they are amazing so I 100% recommend him if your thinking of going for breast enlargement xx
*…the results are amazing, I had totally forgotten how my breasts looked before surgery, well I can honestly say that i am sooooooo happy :-), you have done wonders and I would recommend you to everyone.
Don’t take our word for it!
An unrivalled aftercare service
We offer an unrivalled aftercare service following breast enlargement and will be available to see you as often as you need for as long as you need and will never charge for follow-up appointments.
This means that if you need to go over things again in the clinic prior to your breast enlargement, you are free to come back as often as you like, you will only be charged for the initial consultation. Remember, all of your consultations will be with your surgeon – we don’t use sales advisers so there is never any pressure to proceed.
Furthermore, we offer a free annual follow up for all of breast enlargement patients and will see you if you have any questions or concerns at any time following your surgery. As well as having a consultant-led follow up package, all of the breast implants that we use have a lifetime warranty, although the details of this varies between manufacturers and you can find more details here.
Aftercare Your Breast Enlargement
Are Breast Implants Safe?
What do breast implants feel like?
Do implants look fake?
Do they need to be changed every 10 years?
The most common reason for needing to change your breast implants after a breast enlargement, will be capsular contracture which is hardening of the implant due to scar tissue forming around it, this usually takes 5 or 10 years to happen. If this does happen then you may choose to have the implants changed although they do not necessarily have to be changed. They would only need to be changed if you are unhappy with the feel or the look of your implants due to the scarring around them. This is an important consideration and should be factored in with your decision making if you are considering breast implants because surgery to remove the scar tissue and replace the implants is more expensive than the initial breast enlargement surgery. When the implants are replaced it does create further scar tissue and so the implants that are put in do develop another capsule quicker the second time around. Polyurethane foam implants have a much lower rate of capsular contracture than silicone implants and so they are likely to last longer, although they can feel firmer in the first year but once they have softened they stay softer for longer. You can read more in my blog post about when to change your breast implants.
Will the implants explode?
What does FDA approval mean?
What are Polyurethane Implants
What about saline implants?
What about PIP implants?
What if I get pregnant and I have breast implants?
Can you breast feed with implants?
Can breast implants cause cancer?
There is also a study conducted in the 1990’s where a high level of one of the chemicals used in the polyurethane implant (a popular type of implant originally developed in Brazil) was injected into cancer prone rats and the rats subsequently developed cancer.The chemical has never been shown to cause cancer in humans. After further studies, the FDA panel calculated the risk to be 1 in 1 million, the equivalent to smoking one cigarette in the lifetime of a patient – in other words, the risk of this is negligible.