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Breast enlargement and uplift

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Celebrate a curvy, more uplifted shape

Whilst breast augmentation and breast uplift are one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures amongst women, sometimes it’s necessary to combine them into one surgery in order to get the look you want.

If you’re unhappy your breasts are flatter or more asymmetrical than you’d prefer, or lacking volume due to pregnancy, weight loss, or ageing, a breast augmentation with implants could help to create a fuller, curvier shape. If your breasts also appear to be sagging and shapeless, a breast enlargement can be combined with an uplift, also called a mastopexy, to achieve a tighter, uplifted profile.

Breast augmentation, or a ‘boob job’, adds volume to the breasts, making them larger and rounder by inserting breast implants. Mastopexy then reshapes the breast by removing loose skin. One of the many leading cosmetic surgeons we work with can advise whether the combined surgery is suitable for the result you want to achieve.

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Breast enlargement and uplift results

Your breast enlargement and uplift surgeon is here to understand the changes you are looking to make and help you achieve them. See for yourself the results other patients have achieved and the difference it’s made for them.

Why choose The Hospital Group for Breast enlargement and uplift surgery.


If you’re looking for an exceptional cosmetic surgery provider to perform your breast enlargement and uplift, we will support you every step of the way. Here are the reasons why thousands of patients choose The Hospital Group each year:

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Breast enlargement & uplift frequently asked questions

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You’ll have the opportunity to ask your surgeon any questions as part of your consultation, but to start the ball rolling here are the answers to some that our patients most frequently ask.

Breast uplift and enlargement FAQs

At The Hospital Group, we use breast implants from the world’s leading supplier. We offer Motiva and Mentor implants, and your surgeon can advise you on the best option for you. Motiva breast implants: · 5 years capsular contracture cover · Unique Q inside safety technology – next generation of breast implants · BluSeal – patented barrier layer indicator · TrueMonobloc – high performance shell · Choice of two controlled surfaces – velvet or silk. We also offer Mentor implants, which offer other benefits, which you can discuss with your surgeon when you book a consultation.

Breast enlargement and uplift surgery normally takes around two hours under general anaesthetic.

‘Over’ or ‘above the muscle’ procedures involve placing the breast implant in front of your breast muscle, which means it’s more superficial and sits just below the breast tissue. This might be the best option for you if you have some breast tissue already or if you’re restoring fullness to deflated breasts. ‘Under’ or ‘behind the muscle’ refers to an implant that sits behind the breast muscle. This is suitable for patients with very small breasts who have very little breast fat. This method reduces the likelihood of your breast implants showing and gives a more natural looking result but it’s more difficult to place larger implants this way. Your surgeon will discuss with you the results you want to achieve from breast surgery and will advise the best implant placement for your body.

After discussing the look you want to achieve, your surgeon will make his/her recommendations on which size of implant to go for and explain their choice to you. Although your surgeon will be able to give you an estimation of your new breast size based on the implant size and the current size of your breasts, we can’t guarantee exactly what size your breasts will be after surgery.

Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) is an extremely rare type of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL), a cancer involving the cells of the immune system. ALCL can affect 1 in 24,000 patients who have breast implants. It is important to emphasise the extremely low probability of ALCL occurring in patients with breast implants. The majority of cases are easily treated by removing both the implant and the surrounding capsule.

Motiva Implants® include a microchip embedded in the silicone gel. When scanned by a handheld reader, a unique electronic serial number (ESN) gives healthcare providers and patients access to verify the implants without invasive surgery. The company have released a safety notice regarding the maximum magnetic field a patient can go under when scanned under an MRI. The notice is in relation to a specific MRI scanner, 7 Tesla scan. The 7 Tesla MRI scanner availability is very limited, and mostly used in investigation centres for head and extremities and not the upper chest area. In summary, it is highly unlikely, if not impossible for a patient with Motiva implants to undergo a scan over 3 Tesla. On behalf of Motiva, we would like to inform our patients that have had Motiva implants that it is safe to undergo a scan with a 3 Tesla MRI scanner. There is no significant risk to patients. You can find out more information you can visit Motiva’s Q&A section:

Following the procedure, you’ll normally need to stay in hospital for one or two nights.

Breast implants are not designed to last forever, but they don’t have a specific lifespan. Most surgeons say it’s wise to have your implants replaced between 10 to 20 years after the original procedure. Even if you haven’t experienced any problems with them, we recommend getting your implants checked over by a surgeon around 10 years after your surgery to make sure everything’s still okay.

The scar is usually placed around the nipple, from the nipple to the natural crease under the breast and then along the crease of the breast. Various methods may leave different scars. All scars take time to soften and fade. The scar is usually red and raised for the first month or two after your operation and you will not see the final appearance of your scar until up to a year after surgery.

Everyone is unique, so your recovery time might vary. We’ll give you a personalised care plan to help you with this. It’s worth taking a week off work after your surgery to allow some time to heal. Your breasts should be fully settled a few months after your surgery, and you’ll also get to see your final results.

Our cosmetic surgeon will discuss the kinds of results you can expect, based on the sort of look you want and your body type. Read about some of our previous patients and see results they achieved on our Patient stories page.

If you’re hoping to breastfeed in the future, this is something worth discussing with your surgeon. There’s a chance an enlargement and uplift can interfere with your ability to breastfeed depending on the implant method. Also, pregnancy can have an effect on your uplift results, so it might be worth waiting until after your children are born before having your procedure.

The price varies depending on each person. Your patient care coordinator will give you a personal quotation for your breast enlargement and uplift when you have your initial consultation, and they’ll be able to tell you about the finance options we have available for you to take advantage of. Since everyone’s different and has their own ideas for the results they’d like, prices tend to vary.

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More details on breast enlargement and uplift surgery


When you come to The Hospital Group, the entire experience is designed around you and your needs. We’ll listen carefully to your aspirations for being the best you, and you’ll receive all the advice and support you need throughout your journey with us. Here’s a step-by-step guide to what you can expect.

Breast enlargement and uplift Details

We want you to make a fully informed decision before you go ahead with surgery, so we offer a private consultation at your local clinic free of charge. At your consultation, you’ll meet with a cosmetic surgeon to discuss the breast enlargement and uplift options available and whether the surgery is the most suitable procedure for your needs. You’ll be able to ask questions about all aspects of the surgery, from implant size and aftercare to the results you can expect. You’ll also meet your patient care coordinator, who will be with you every step of the journey. They will give you a personal quotation of costs and information about finance options, the expected timescale, our surgical facilities and door-to-door transport services.

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At your consultation, you can book your surgery if you feel ready, but there’s no obligation to go ahead. Cosmetic surgery is a big step and you may want to take time to do more research and think about your decision. We’ll give you a patient information booklet, which provides comprehensive information on your procedure and aftercare. This is an important resource and we require patients to read the detailed information it contains. You’ll also find lots of helpful information here on our website – you can read about our surgeons’ qualifications, THG’s cosmetic surgery expertise and inspiring stories from some of our patients. Our patient care coordinators are available to discuss any concerns you may have. And when you feel ready, they can book you in for your procedure. We also have a 14-day ‘cooling off’ period in place, which means that if you change your mind about the procedure after booking within that period, you will not be charged.

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On the day of your surgery, your medical team will make your experience as comfortable as possible and you’ll meet your surgeon again before the procedure. Breast enlargement and uplift surgery involves making several incisions in your breasts to remove and tighten the skin. The incisions are usually made around the areola and run vertically down the breast and along the crease of the breast. Your breast implants to be carefully positioned either in front of or behind the pectoral (chest) muscle. A section of loose skin is removed from beneath the breast. Your nipples will then be re-positioned and the areola area around the nipple may be reduced in size to suit your new breast shape. Breast enlargement and uplift surgery usually takes around two hours under general anaesthetic.

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We’ll be here throughout the recovery process to help you recuperate quickly. For breast enlargement and uplift surgery you’ll normally need hospital where your surgery has taken place for one or two nights following your procedure. Each patient is given a personalised care plan, developed with the advice of their surgeon. All THG hospitals are equipped to the highest standards of clinical care and patient comfort. Following your surgery, it’s normal for your breasts to feel sore for a few days and we’ll advise you on the type of bra you need to wear. We also recommend that you take a week off work to give your body plenty of time to heal. Although your breasts may feel slightly swollen at first, they’ll settle into their new shape in a few months, when you’ll be able to see the final results.

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At THG, we offer a full package of aftercare support with all our cosmetic surgery procedures to give you complete peace of mind. You’ll benefit from the following aftercare: · Unlimited post-op appointments with a member of our clinical team whenever you need them · Surgical cover for 3 years – revision surgery where clinically indicated · Additional days’ stay in hospital where needed · Additional medication and dressings at no extra cost · Emergency telephone support which you can use at any time · Motiva breast implants – manaufacturers warranty for capsulsar contracture is 5 years.

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