Each year, we help tens of thousands of women and men to feel differently about themselves. It’s a journey that involves a relationship of trust with our surgeons, practitioners and nurses, who are some of the best in the industry, and a three-year aftercare programme that you can rely on. With procedures priced for your individual needs, we’ll create a unique treatment plan at your free consultation.
Our surgeons are fully qualified and registered with the General Medical Council. Their work is reviewed every three months, which means you can be confident about the quality of their surgery, their personal integrity and professional standards.
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As a responsible provider of cosmetic surgery, we understand that each individual's procedure is different and will be tailored specifically around the patient. Because of this, we place a great deal of importance on our free face-to-face, no obligation consultations. Following our consultation process your patient advisor will provide a detailed pricing overview around the particular procedure. Please view our pricing and finance page to read more about our flexible credit options, available via our partnership with a specialist financial provider. More info here.
We use CE marked and FDA approved Natrelle™ silicone breast implants. They’re manufactured by Allergan, the world's largest producer of implants, and are rigorously tested to ensure quality, safety and the best possible results.
Breast enlargement surgery usually takes between one and two hours under general anaesthetic.
You may be able to return home the same day, but many of our patients require or prefer an overnight stay in one of our hospitals. We’ll discuss what we think is best with you before we book your surgery.
Although breast enlargement is a very commonly performed surgery, it’s important to remember that any surgery carries some potential risks – in this case, these are bleeding, infection, and implant rippling. We’ll discuss all potential risks with you prior to surgery and answer any question you have.
The Allergan breast implants we use at Transform have an exceptional safety record and have been implanted in over one million women worldwide. All of our patients have access to a three-year aftercare programme as standard with the option to extend to up to 10 years for extra peace of mind. If you have any other questions or concerns at all, then our surgeons will be happy to talk to you more about breast implant safety.
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’ve not 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 Natrelle™ implants we use have a manufacturer lifetime guarantee with supplier Allergan. This means in the unlikely event that you experience any complications with them, the cost of replacing the implants will be covered.
‘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 women 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. Your surgeon will discuss with you the results you want to achieve from breast surgery and will advise the best implant size for your body.
You can expect minor scarring from your breast enlargement surgery, but these will fade significantly over time and become much less noticeable. We’ll make sure you understand where any scarring will occur before you book in for surgery. Your surgeon will explain to you where the incisions will be made to place your implants; one method leaves a scar under the breast hidden in the crease, or your surgeon might use an approach where the incisions are made around the areola or through the armpit.
Yes – in fact, if your breasts have lost volume, your surgeon might also recommend having an uplift in order to achieve the look you want.
Pregnancy affects breasts with implants in the same way that it affects breasts without them. So if you gain a lot of weight during pregnancy, the skin of the breast can stretch, which can lead to sagging afterwards.
The Breast and Cosmetic Implant Registry (BCIR) captures the details of all breast implant procedures completed in England by both the NHS and private providers. Transform can add details of your implants to the register after your surgery at no additional cost. To request details with regards to your breast implants, please email [email protected] We currently hold information on all breast implants used by Transform since 2004.
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 between 1 and 3 in a million (or 0.0003%) women who have breast implants. It is important to emphasise the extremely low probability of ALCL occurring in women with breast implants. Instances of Breast Implant Associated ALCL generally occur several years after the breast implant surgery; on average, 8 years following the procedure. The majority of cases are easily treated by removing both the implant and the surrounding capsule, known as a total capsulectomy. Breast enlargement patients will be made fully aware of the condition as part of the consent process before having their procedure.
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