Breast Augmentation – Do your homework!

Breast augmentation seems to be the operation of the week at Exeter Medical.

After the Christmas lull there has been a steady trickle of patients booking in to see plastic surgeons Chris Stone and David Oliver. Breast augmentation has always been one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures, but it does seem as if it’s on the increase.

Currently around 1% of women in the UK have undergone breast augmentation surgery and judging by the patients who have been treated by the Exeter Medical surgeons they certainly seem to be happy with the results!

The secret blogger has some top tips for patients who want to ensure that they make the right decisions and get the results that they are looking for.

Firstly, make sure that your surgeon is an accredited plastic surgeon, usually these are the surgeons that have NHS consultant posts and are members of BAPRAS or BAAPS.

Do your homework!

Most plastic surgeons will be able to show you pictures of patients they have operated on before, and they will take time to explain to you all the potential risks and complications associated with surgery.

Take a look at Mr Christopher Stone’s, Mr David Oliver’s & Mr Nick Cawrse’s cosmetic surgery before & after results from our patients in Devon.
Exeter Breast Augmentation Surgery before & after results for Chris Stone cosmetic surgeon website
Devon Breast Augmentation Surgery before & after results for David Oliver cosmetic surgeon website
South West Breast Augmentation Surgery before & after results for Nick Cawrse cosmetic surgeon website

(Links will take you to Mr Stone’s, Mr Oliver’s & Mr Cawrse’s personal websites in a new window)

Avoid clinics that offer you consultations with advisors, nurse counsellors or other members of staff in the first instance.

You are much better off seeing your consultant right from the word go and making sure that you feel comfortable with them and that they understand your goals.

Breast augmentation surgery is expensive; don’t compromise on the quality of service that you get for the sake of a few hundred pounds. Remember, as in most things in life you get what you pay for!

Finally, patients generally want to achieve a natural result. Avoid implants that are too big or that have too much projection as these rarely look natural.

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You can also check out our cosmetic surgery checklist and top 10 tips to help you decide if cosmetic surgery is right for you.