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The Reshape and Restore cosmetic surgery clinic in Worcester offers a solution for women who would like larger breasts with breast augmentation in Worcester.

Breast enlargement or augmentation is often referred to as a boob job. It is a popular surgery that cosmetic surgeons perform to increase the size and improve the shape of the breast, usually using breast implants.

 Many women choose to have breast enlargement surgery because they have lost shape and volume in their breasts after pregnancy, breast feeding, weight loss, or with age. A boob job can restore fuller breasts and a more youthful appearance.

The same procedure can be part of reconstructive breast surgery after a mastectomy or other trauma to the breast.

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman, founders of Reshape and Restore are both plastic reconstructive and aesthetic surgeons. Breast enlargement is just one of the surgeries that they offer at the Reshape and Restore clinic based in the Spire South Bank Hospital in Worcester.


What does plastic surgery with breast implants involve?

During breast enlargement surgery, your surgeon will make an incision in the crease under your breast to minimise scarring. The implant will be inserted through the incision and placed in an appropriate position before the incision is stitched up again.

If the skin of your breast has drooped and become too stretched for your implant size, your surgeon may trim the excess skin.

The surgery lasts around an hour and a half and is performed under a general anaesthetic.

How will I feel after breast implant surgery in Worcester?


recovery after breast augmentation

You will stay in hospital overnight and be assessed by your consultant before you leave. Your breasts will be bruised and swollen, but any discomfort will be managed with pain relief.

You will need to wear a supportive garment for the first couple of months to support and protect your body.

It is advisable to avoid strenuous activities for two months after your breast enlargement. If your work involves physical activity, it may be a good idea for you to take a few weeks leave after your surgery.

You will have regular follow-up appointments until you are healed.

When will I see the benefits of my Worcester boob job?

Once the swelling has subsided, your breasts will look natural but with a fuller shape and larger size.

Most women find that their self-confidence improves significantly after a breast augmentation procedure. They lose the self-consciousness they used to feel about their small breasts and start to wear clothes to flatter their new figure.

There are some before and after photographs on the website here.

Are there any potential complications with breast enlargement?

Like all surgical procedures breast enlargement surgery carries the usual risks of bleeding, bruising, and infection. There are a few specific risks associated with breast implants that your surgeon will discuss at your initial consultation.

Can breasts be enlarged without implants?

It is possible to make a modest increase in the size of the breast using tissue from elsewhere in the body. This is a suitable method for women who want an increase in breast size of around one cup size.

Tissue is removed with liposuction and used to increase breast volume and remodel the shape.

The result is aesthetically pleasing and has a more natural feel than implants.

The consultation process at Reshape and Restore Worcester

At your initial consultation, you will be given an assessment, and a full medical history will be taken. 

Your surgeon will explain what can be achieved for you through surgery and discuss the techniques to be used and what recovery will look like.

At your second consultation, Mr Khan and Mr Chapman will take the time to answer any questions, and you will be asked to sign consent forms before you commit to surgery in Worcester.

What sort of implants are used at Reshape and Restore Worcester ?

The highest quality implants are used at all Reshape and Restore clinics.

Your aesthetic surgeon will discuss which type you prefer and advise you on the best size and shape to suit your frame.

Why choose us for breast augmentation surgery in Worcester?

Mr Umraz Khan and Mr Thomas Chapman are respected plastic and reconstructive surgeons with successful careers in the NHS and in private practice. They provide surgical expertise and experience to private cosmetic surgery patients across the South West, the West Midlands, and the South West at their Reshape and Restore clinics.

Mr Chapman and Mr Khan know that patients often find facing surgery stressful. However, they have also seen how breast surgery is worthwhile because it can restore self-esteem. If possible, they will introduce you to other breast surgery patients in the clinic who can share their positive experiences with you.

Mr Kahn and Mr Chapman offer a comprehensive range of plastic surgery procedures for the face and body and breast including breast reduction and breast uplift.

At Reshape & Restore, each surgical procedure is designed for the individual patient, and creating a positive outcome for each patient is at the centre of our work.

More about Mr Khan and Mr Chapman

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman are both expert surgeons who are highly respected within their profession.

Mr Khan has been Chair of Education of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) since 2012.

Mr Chapman is a member of BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic Surgeons) and is active in training new plastic surgeons.

Both men are members of the Royal College of Surgeons and are highly regarded by their medical peers.


What is the cost of breast enlargement surgery in Worcester?

Breast enlargement surgery begins at £5 600.

How to find Reshape and Restore Worcester

Our clinic is located in the prestigious Spire South Bank Hospital in Worcester.

Worcester is a county town and cathedral city. It is located on the River Severn and is 48 km southwest of Birmingham. The city is home to the Lea and Perrins, manufacturers of world-famous Worcestershire Sauce.


Spire South Bank Hospital

139 Bath Rd

Worcester WR5 3YB

Directions to Reshape and Restore Worcester Clinic

From M5 motorway

Exit at junction 7 for Worcester. At the top of the sliproad, take the exit onto the A44, signposted Worcester. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Crookbarrow Way – A4440 (signposted Worcester West, Malvern, Leominster). Continue straight across the roundabout on the A4440 and at the next roundabout turn right following the signs for Worcester City Centre A38. Continue straight across the next roundabout. The hospital is approximately two miles on the right.

By train

Take the train to either Worcester Shrub Hill station or Worcester Foregate Street station. Both stations are approximately two miles from Spire South Bank Hospital (10 minutes by taxi).

By public transport

There is a bus stop a few yards from the hospital’s entrance, serviced by numbers 32, 372, 382, 582.


Free unlimited free parking is available at Spire South Bank Hospital.