Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty
Augmentation Mammoplasty is a procedure where the breasts are enhanced with implants in order to develop a more satisfactory contour. This may be due to underdeveloped development, asymmetry, disease, trauma or collapse after pregnancy. Augmentation mammoplasty restores or enhances contour to a more desirable shape.
Implants may be used in breast reconstruction when one or both breasts are removed following breast cancer surgery or when prophylactic mastectomy is performed in high risk breast cancer patients.
At the consultation your current status will be assessed and the appropriate technique suggested for the best possible result. Alternative techniques and implants will be discussed. It is a matter of matching the best technique to your requirements to achieve the best possible outcome.
Examples of Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty are shown below.
Patient 1 - Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty
Patient 2 - Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty
Actual patients of Mr Geoffrey Barnett are shown above. Patient images used with permission.