Your Breast Surgery Journey
You may be considering breast surgery for a number of reasons such as; to enhance and have larger breasts (breast augmentation), for a lift post pregnancy or due to age (breast lift), for a reduction of naturally large breasts that are giving you pain or that are bothersome (breast reduction), or due to a medical condition such as a mastectomy requiring repair and reconstruction (breast reconstruction).
Why you're choosing to undergo your breast surgery is personal, private and unique to you. During your decision making process however, you want to ensure that your surgeon is supportive of both your desired outcome and the physical characteristics of your body. This will help you in achieving the best possible outcome after your surgical procedure.
The pages below will answer many of the common questions about each breast surgery procedure. However, most patients rightly have more personal questions they'd like to ask. Once you've had a read of the pages below, the next best step is to book a consultation. During this consultation you'll able to discuss your desired outcome, questions and concerns with a specialist qualified plastic surgeon. Even if you're seeking a second opinion on your journey, we recommend talking and finding the qualified plastic surgeon that is right for you.
For when you want to enhance or enlarge your breasts to realise a fuller more personally confident chest.
For woman that have gone through a mastectomy and are looking to reconstruct their lost natural breasts.
If you are satisfied with the volume of your breasts, but are unhappy about any sagging or loss of firmness that has occurred for any number of reasons, this procedure is the one for you.
Also known as reduction mammaplasty, this common procedure aims to reshape and reduce the volume of your breasts to achieve a breast size in better proportion with your body.
What you can expect - Surgery, Recovery and Post Operative
View any of the pages above to read more details about each procedures expectations, surgery, recovery times and possible complications.
Ask Questions or Get A Second Opinion
Interested in discussing the breast surgery procedure you're considering with a qualified plastic surgeon (and fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons)? Or interested in seeking a second opinion?
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