Small Breasts

Breasts develop differently from woman to woman, they continue to change shape and size throughout your life. The right breast may not even be the same size as the left.

Breasts can start developing from the age of 10. They continue to grow and change shape throughout puberty. Their final shape and size depends more or less on inherited characteristics, but a mother and daughter's breasts can develop completely differently.

One thing is common for all women: there is no medicine of any kind, no work-out machine or exercise that will significantly change the shape or size of your breasts.

If you are very unhappy with your breast size or shape, or have had part of a breast removed as a result of cancer, you may decide to have a breast augmentation to increase the size of your breasts.

Breast Augementation Surgery. 

Breast Augmentation surgery involves inserting breast implants to increase the size of the breasts, change their shape, or make them more even and is carried out under general anaesthetic.

The operation involves:

  • making a cut (incision) in the skin next to or below the breast
  • positioning the implant – either between your breast tissue and chest muscle, or behind your chest muscle
  • stitching the incision and covering it with a dressing
  • The operation takes between 60 and 90 minutes.

As the Cadogan Clinic operate on a day case surgery, you will be able to go home the same day. 

Pain relief is provided if you experience any discomfort afterwards.

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