The first step for all of our patients is to meet with the surgeon we feel is most suite to you and best placed to perform your procedure for a consultation.
At the consultation you will be able to discuss with your surgeon what your hope to achieve from the breast augmentation procedure, as well as discuss in detail what may or may not be possible given your existing breast anatomy, bone structure and skin quality.
Our surgeons employ Crisalix imaging technology meaning you will be able to see before and after photos of what your results may look like. These images will help you to visualize what the potential outcome of your surgery will be. Images can show both the sizing of the breasts and the areas where the fat will be taken from, so you can have a visual of what the overall results will look like. The Crisalix images are emailed to you, so that you can take them home and review the different options while considering going ahead with surgery. This is an excellent way to get opinions from your partner or friends on what you will look like following your breast augmentation.
A comprehensive discussion regarding risks and complications will take place, alongside a discussion regarding the post procedure and recovery phase. Your previous medical history will also be recorded (including previous surgery, medications, allergies etc.) and an assessment of your fitness for surgery.
If your surgeon feels you are a good candidate for surgery, you are then invited to consider whether you would like to proceed for surgery or otherwise following a two week 'cooling off' period.
Within this period you are welcome to come in and discuss your potential surgery with your surgeon as many times as you like.