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Many women with excess breast volume are choosing to have breast reduction near Gloucester at the Reshape and Restore clinic.

Whilst large breasts may seem ideal, large breasts on a small frame can cause back and neck ache and problems with posture. Women with large breasts often suffer from permanent grooves in their shoulders created by the weight of their breasts on the bra straps. The ageing process and weight loss after pregnancy can make the situation worse.

You may find that your fashion choices are dictated by the size of your bust. You may feel self-conscious and your self-esteem may be affected.

Large-breasted women are often reluctant to exercise due to the problem of poorly fitting sports bras.

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman are highly skilled surgeons who can solve all these issues with breast reduction surgery at the Reshape and Restore.


Why Reshape and Restore should be your number one choice for breast reduction near Gloucester

Mr Umraz Khan and Mr Thomas Chapman are aesthetic plastic surgeons who offer unrivalled surgical expertise and experience to cosmetic surgery patients across the South West and the West Midlands. in Gloucester and the South West. They both have successful careers as plastic and reconstructive surgeons in the NHS and their private practice is thriving.

There is a Reshape and Restore clinic in Gloucester based in Winfield Hospital, one of Gloucestershire’s leading private hospitals. There are also clinics in Bristol, Worcester and Bromsgrove.

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 the training of new plastic surgeons. Both are members of the Royal College of Surgeons and are highly regarded by their medical peers.

Breast Reduction Gloucester

Why is Reshape and Restore different?

Mr Chapman and Mr Khan know that plastic surgery can be daunting but also that it can be life-changing and they are sensitive and supportive in their approach to patients.

They offer bespoke surgery, designed for you and your body rather than adopting a formulaic approach.


What is breast reduction surgery?

During breast reduction surgery your surgeon will reduce the breast volume by removing excess breast tissue, fat and skin to achieve your desired breast size.

Using the latest techniques, your surgeon will remodel your breast to produce a firmer and rounder shape.

What does breast reduction involve?

Excess skin, fat, glandular tissue and fat will be removed through an incision around your nipple and under the crease of your breast. If appropriate, liposuction can be used.

Breast reduction usually takes about three hours and will be performed under general anaesthetic.

Will I need a breast lift?

A lift is often necessary after breast reduction due to the loss of breast volume and resulting excess skin. The skin will be trimmed and your breasts will be moved further up your chest.

You can find further details here.

How long will it take to recover from surgery?

Most patients spend one or two nights in hospital after their breast reduction.

Your breasts will be swollen and tender but pain relief will be provided.

When you wake up, you will be wearing a support garment which you will need to wear for a few weeks. It’s not a glamorous garment but it is important as it will support your breasts while the tissues heal. When it is removed, you will begin to see the full benefits of surgery

You should take a few weeks off work depending on what your job involves. Most women are sufficiently recovered to start exercising again after a couple of months but your surgeon will give you advice about when it is safe to resume your usual activities.

It is crucial to heed your surgeon’s advice about caring for your post-surgery body to ensure that you heal well and that you are delighted with the results

What will my breasts look like after surgery?

After breast reduction, your breasts will be smaller, and firmer with a more youthful appearance. The surgical scars will be as discreet as possible and will fade over time.

Your clothes will fit much better and flatter your new figure.

You can find come before and after pictures and testimonials from delighted patients here.

How can cosmetic surgery patients prepare themselves?

Being as fit and healthy as possible is a great start for any surgical procedure. Your surgeon may advise weight loss, reducing your alcohol intake and giving up smoking.

Does Reshape and Restore offer other cosmetic surgery procedures?

Mr Chapman and Mr Khan offer a full range of plastic surgery procedures including breast enlargement , sometimes called breast augmentation or a ‘boob job”. Other popular procedures include liposuction for weight loss and body recontouring and the arm lift.

Reshape and Restore also offers non-surgical procedures including wrinkle-relaxing injections and dermal fillers

What is the cost of breast reduction in Gloucester?

The cost of this procedure begins at £6800.

Your procedure will be bespoke and tailored to your requirement so a true cost will not be confirmed until after you have been assessed at your initial consultation.


How to find Reshape and Restore near Gloucester

Our Bristol clinic is located less than an hour away from Gloucester

Gloucester is the county town of Gloucestershire in the Soth West of England. . The city lies on the mighty River Severn, with the Cotswolds to the east and the Forest of Dean to the west.  Gloucester Cathedral is well worth a visit and may look familiar as it was used as a location for some of the Harry Potter films and episodes of Sherlock, Wolf Hall and Dr Who. 

How to find our Bristol Clinic

Reshape and Restore is located in the Spire Bristol Hospital,

Our Address

Reshape and Restore Cosmetic Surgery Clinic

Spire Bristol Hospital

Redland Hill

Durdham Down



Tel 0117 321 4534

Directions to Reshape and Restore 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.