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If you would like to increase the size of your breasts, then contact the Reshape and Restore clinic for breast augmentation in Bristol.

Breast enlargement with breast implants is a straightforward procedure for our experienced aesthetic plastic surgeons. In fact, breast augmentation surgery or the ‘boob job’, is one of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedures worldwide. Many women have the procedure to restore volume and shape to their breasts after pregnancy, breastfeeding, or post-menopausal changes.

The surgical team at the Reshape and Restore Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Bristol works with women who want breast surgery for a variety of reasons. You can find full details of the breast surgery procedures that we offer here



Why you should choose Reshape and Restore in Bristol for your breast enlargement surgery

Our Bristol clinic brings international standard plastic surgery to the West Country. The clinic is part of a chain headed by Mr Umraz Khan and Mr Thomas Chapman.

Both men are highly respected plastic surgeons with successful careers in the NHS and the private sector. Their excellent surgical reputations are combined with an empathetic approach to their patients that makes the whole cosmetic surgery journey as stress-free as possible.

Patient care is at the centre of the Bristol Clinic’s mission, and our team takes as long as is necessary to answer all your questions and ensure that you are completely confident about the surgical procedure you are considering.



Am I a good candidate for breast enlargement at the Bristol clinic?

Breast Augmentation BristolAt your initial consultation, your cosmetic surgeon will take a full medical history to ensure that you are fit enough for a breast enlargement. They will then explain the process to you and discuss what can be achieved for you with surgery.

An important part of your surgical consultation will be the discussion of the breast implants to be used during your breast enlargement surgery. The size of the breast implants is important, but also the shape, which can be round or tear-shaped. Our team is so experienced that they will be able to advise you on the perfect shape and size to complement your body.

Implant surgery can be performed in one of two ways. Sometimes the breast implant is placed under the chest muscle, or it can be positioned behind your existing breast tissue. Your surgeon will advise you on which method will be best for you during your first consultation.

You will then have a period to reflect on the decision and a second consultation before you commit to surgery.


What happens during breast implant surgery?

The breast implant is inserted into your chest through an incision in your breast crease. The surgery is performed under general anaesthetic and lasts about one and a half hours.


What is the recovery time after breast enlargement surgery?

You will be able to return home the day after surgery and will be prescribed pain medication to deal with post-operative tenderness.

We advise our Bristol patients to take one to two weeks off work and to avoid strenuous activities for about six weeks to allow the body to heal. You will need to wear a support bra for the first few weeks after your breast enlargement surgery to support the tissues and promote healing.

Most women find that after about eight weeks the swelling has subsided and they can clearly see their fuller and more youthful breast shape.

The surgical team will review your progress at regular follow-up appointments at the Bristol clinic.


What do breasts look like with breast implants?

Breast implants will give your breasts a larger, fuller shape. The firmness and volume lost due to childbearing or weight loss will be restored. Your new breasts will be symmetrical with a more youthful appearance.

Your self-confidence will soar after breast augmentation surgery, and you will love wearing all the body-conscious fashion that you previously avoided due to dissatisfaction with your breasts.

You can find some before and after breast surgery pictures here.


What are the potential risks of breast augmentation surgery?

Any surgery carries the risk of bleeding, bruising and infection and breast surgery is no exception.

Breast enlargement with breast implants does carry the specific potential risk of capsular contracture in which the body reacts to the implant by creating excess scar tissue. In addition, inferior-quality breast implants have been known to rupture.

However, the best way to reduce these potential risks is to choose the right surgeon. You will certainly be in safe hands with Mr Khan and Mr Chapman at Reshape and Restore Bristol clinic. Their surgical expertise guarantees excellent results, and they only ever use the best quality breast implants.


What is the cost of breast enlargement surgery at Reshape & Restore in Bristol?

The cost of breast augmentation with breast implants starts at £5600.



How to find Reshape & Restore Bristol

Reshape and Restore is located in the Spire Bristol Hospital, one of the South West’s leading private health providers.

About Bristol

Bristol is located on the River Avon in the South West of England. The river runs through a limestone ridge at the Avon Gorge a couple of miles from the centre of the city. The Avon Gorge can be crossed at the Clifton Suspension Bridge which was opened in 1864.

Our Address in Bristol

The Reshape and Restore Cosmetic Surgery Clinic
Spire Bristol Hospital
Redland Hill
Durdham Down
Bristol BS6 6UT

Tel 0117 321 4534

Directions to Reshape & Restore in Bristol

From M5 Junction 17

Follow the A4018 for Bristol West and Bristol Zoo for approximately four miles. With the Downs and water tower on the right, you will come to a roundabout on this road. Take the left-hand turn into Redland Hill and immediately turn left into Spire Bristol Hospital.

From M4 Junction 19

Follow the M32 leading into Bristol. Take the M32 into the city centre and then follow the signs for Clifton and the A4018. At the top of Whiteladies Road, bear right for Redland to find the hospital.

By train

Take the train to either Bristol Parkway or Bristol Temple Meads stations. Bristol Parkway station is approximately four miles from Spire Bristol Hospital (20-30 minutes by taxi) on the outskirts of Bristol. Temple Meads station is close to the city centre and only 10-15 minutes from Spire Bristol Hospital by taxi.


The hospital has 100 free car parking spaces.

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