Many women are unhappy with the size or shape of their breasts. An out of proportion bust can result in some women feeling embarrassed, depressed or unfeminine. All women have their own ideas on size, but most women would agree that a beautiful bust-line should look natural, firm, full and uplifted. Breast augmentation – sometimes referred to as a boob job or breast enlargement - is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic surgical procedures. [More info]
Women with large, heavy breasts may experience health concerns as a result of their breasts such as back pain, neck pain and skin irritation. Large breasts can also be a source of embarrassment for many women. The procedure required to reduce the size of both breasts is known as bilateral breast reduction. [More info]
Gynaecomastia is an enlargement of the male breast as a result of an abnormal increase in the glandular tissue. It is quite a common problem for men and affects an estimated 40-60% of men to varying degrees. Enlarged male breasts can affect self-confidence and for men who feel self-conscious about the problem, surgery to reduce the chest can help. [More info]
Breast uplift surgery also known as, Mastopexy is considered by a wide range of people for a number of reasons.
- You may be concerned your breasts are no longer firm and pert, making it difficult to wear clothes without the support of a bra.
- Following pregnancy and breast feeding, the breasts can become flatter and ‘empty’ looking.
- If you have experienced substantial weight loss from dieting, this can make the breasts much flatter and with loose skin.