Breast Enlargement (Auto)

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Overview

Procedure time

2 to 4 hours

Overnight stay

Day case or one night

Anaesthetic

General anaesthetic or local anaesthetic with sedation

Final results

6 - 12 months

Breast auto-augmentation overview

What is a breast auto-augmentation?

A breast auto-augmentation is a procedure that uses your own breast tissue to enhance the shape of your breasts. Often, it is combined with a breast uplift which is known as a mastopexy auto-augmentation. This breast auto-augmentation overview will introduce you to the treatment.

What can a breast auto-augmentation achieve?

A breast auto-augmentation can create fullness and projection in the upper part of the breast, thus allowing it to enhance the shape of the breasts without the use of implants. If you are happy with your breast size, the surgeon can reposition your own tissue to create a fuller, more rounded shape. They can then use breast uplift techniques to lift and correct sagging of the breasts. This achieves a higher, fuller breast without the use of implants.
This procedure is a great option for women with sufficient breast volume, who:

  • Do not wish to have foreign material (such as silicone implants) inside their breasts
  • Are concerned with flatness of the upper part of the breast
  • Wish to correct sagging of the breasts
  • Want to create a fuller breast and lift the breasts.

Who are BAAPS and BAPRAS?

Choosing a surgeon to perform your treatment is one of the most important steps in the process. It is vital that you choose a surgeon who is not only qualified but also has a sufficient amount of experience in performing the treatment. At Medbelle, we only work with surgeons who are members of either The British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) or The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS). These are the two leading societies for plastic surgeons in the UK. Choosing a surgeon who is a BAAPS or BAPRAS member ensures that you are in the safest hands possible for your procedure.

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