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Breast Cosmetic Surgery in Manchester & Liverpool. Whether you’re interested in Breast enhancement or Breast Reduction or Lift with implants, you can be confident with Dr. Mounir’s experience.

  • Doctor in Medicine

  • Master Degree in Neuroscience

  • German Board of Plastic surgery

Manchester Leading Cosmetic Clinic

The Dr Mounir ADVANTAGE

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A plastic surgeon that has performed thousands of breast cosmetic surgeries and is known for achieving natural looking breasts.

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Hundred of patients reviews and before and after Photos

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Experienced with revision breast surgery

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Named one of the top three surgeons in Leeds, England

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Operates in Pall Mall Hospital known for its best quality care service.

Plastic Surgery In Manchester |  Cosmetic Consultation In Manchester And Liverpool

Breast Augmentation Frequently asked questions

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Breast Augmentation Why Choose Dr Mounir?


Dr. Mounir is one of the top Plastic surgeon providing breast enhancement o r breast augmentation. Generally speaking there are three main types of breast cosmetic surgeries: breast augmentation or breast enlargement or the so-called boob Job, breast lift or the so-called Mastpexy and Breast reduction. Each breast operation type requires a good knowledge of the female breast and breast implants devices. Dr. Mounir is one the best trained providers of Breast Cosmetic Plastic Surgery; with a main focus on breast augmentation, extensive experience. His good knowledge and vast expertise has been highlighted in multiple publications and articles.




What to Expect from Breast Augmentation with Dr. Mounir?


Hear about the breast augmentation experience at Dr. Mounir’s practice from one of his many satisfied Manchester breast augmentation patients.




Breast Augmentation Am I a good candidate?


If you are 18 year-old or older and if you are not planning to become pregnant very soon or Breast Augmentation Am I a good candidate? not breast feeding at least for the last 9 months, then it may be worthwhile to book your consultation with Dr Mounir so he can assess you and discuss with you why you are not happy with the size of your breasts. Please bring with you a copy of your NHS medical records to show that you are healthy physically and mentally.




What is the right size implant for me?


Well if you are interested in breast implant you should have done some research by now and What is the right size implant for me? probably you have already heard of the rice test. Please keep in mind that the rice test is not a precise test and it is not recognised by any medical body. However it still does provides a rough idea about the volume that you would like to achieve with breast implant. However when you are in consultation with Dr Mounir and after he has examined your breasts, based on your anatomy and your frame, Dr. Mounir will help you to choose the right implant by offering you the MENTOR Volume Sizing System for Breast enhancement. Effectively, the Sizing System contains a set of 18 shaped volume seizers and so you will be able to simulate different breast implants volumes, starting from 150cc to 655cc, and so you feel very proactive and involved in choosing your implant size. Dr Mounir will help you to fit the different breast implant seizers into a sport bra until you are satisfy with produced volume.




Should I choose anatomical or round implants?


Dr Mounir will help you to choose between anatomical implants or so-called teardrop implant and round implant. First, he will explain the volumes on anatomical and round implants are not identical. Effectively, implants with almost similar width and width, anatomical implants are about 20% lighter than round implants. It is a fact that anatomical implant will produce a more natural look where rounded implants will produce more fullness at the top. Round implants have been in use since 1963 and they still remain the most popular used implant for breast cosmetic surgery in UK. If used above the chest muscle without adequate breast-tissue cover, they will produce a fake rounded look. However, when placed behind the chest muscle using a dual plane partial technique, round implants can actually produce a natural looking and very good results.




What if my breasts are uneven before the surgery?


Dr Mounir will help you to choose between anatomical implants or so-called teardrop implant and round implant. First, he will explain the volumes on anatomical and round implants are not identical. Effectively, implants with almost similar width and width, anatomical implants are about 20% lighter than round implants. It is a fact that anatomical implant will produce a more natural look where rounded implants will produce more fullness at the top. Round implants have been in use since 1963 and they still remain the most popular used implant for breast cosmetic surgery in UK. If used above the chest muscle without adequate breast-tissue cover, they will produce a fake rounded look. However, when placed behind the chest muscle using a dual plane partial technique, round implants can actually produce a natural looking and very good results.




What are the risks of breast augmentation?


Bleeding 1% Bleeding could occur up to two week after the surgery. If you do notice you’re your becomes swollen and tight, then you need to contact Dr Mounir urgently. He will probably take you back to the surgery room and evacuate the Heamatoma and stop the bleeding. Infection (less than 1%) This is very serious complication that could happen up to 4 weeks after the surgery. If you do notice that your breast is swollen, red and painful, you will need to contact Dr Mounir urgently. He will assess you and depending on the nature and the extend of the infection he will either prescribe for you some antibiotics or he will take you back to the surgery to remove the infected implant. Unfortunately you will be left without implant for at least 3 months. Capsular contracture (10%) In some patients the breasts become very hard and source of concern to them as it can cause some discomfort. If this happen you should contact Dr Mounir to discuss the situation. Based on his finding and if the breast is not too hard, he may advise to wait and see. However, if you are experiencing some discomfort then Dr Mounir may advise to have the implant removed and the scars tissue release (capsulotomy) or even a removed (Capsulectomy). Please be aware that Capsular contracture is the most common complication that need re-operating and revision surgery. Less feeling in the breasts Some women may experience oversensitivity of the nipples. Other may experience hyposensitivity (less feeling). The truth is that every patient heals differently and these symptoms do settle down with time but unfortunately they could be permanent. Rippling or palpability of the implant During your consultation with Dr Mounir, he will direct you to read more about the risk of palpability and rippling on the British association of plastic and reconstructive surgeons (BAPRAS). You will learn that this is a very commun complication that is almost inevitable in patient with flat chest (slim patients). There is no implant rippling free and there is no surgeon who would be able to guarantee you that you will be 100 % rippling free. Implant failure Usually Dr Mounir uses Mentor implants. These implants are made with a very solid and tough shell. However if you experience some changes in the size or shape please contact Dr Mounir immediately and will most probably refer you to have a scan to confirm or not a rupture of implant.




What I should choose Textured vs Smooth implants?


The difference between smooth and textured implant is that the later has a rough surface. The idea was to make the surface of the implant connect to the tissue that surrounds them, preventing them to move inside the breast pocket. This is very important when you are having a teardrop implant because any movement of these anatomical implants will produce a breast deformity. But these are the facts: Dow Corning Corporation in United States manufactured the first silicone gel breast implant in 1962. These were smooth implants. In 1972, second-generation gel implants was produced to improve the cosmetic outcome and reduce the risk of capsular contracture. It was the first time when we heard of the polyurethane textured surface. However because of the risk of cancer associated with the polyurethane, these implants have been immediately been abandoned and new type of textured surface was produced on the actual silicone polymer shell to copy the effects of polyurethane in order to reduce the risk capsular contracture rates. These nonpolyurethane textured implants became very popular and were used extensively all over the world. Even now surgeons around the world still using textured silicone gel implants because of the fact that the rate of capsular contracture is far less capsular contracture compared to smooth implants. Although the benefits of textured implants include a reduced risk for capsular contracture, recent reports in the literature have shown that the textures implants are associated with text ALCL During your consultation, Dr Mounir will clearly tell you that if you have decided to proceed with your breast augmentation surgery and you wish to avoid the risk of ALCL (Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma) based on the data that we have today his recommendation would be to have the smooth implants.




Should I have my implant over or under the muscle?


Over the muscle The insertion of implants over the chest muscle is supposed to be a straightforward and the safest technique for breast enhancement. The recovery time is quicker and the discomfort is minimal. However this option is mainly indicated for patient with enough breast tissue to avoid risk of rippling and palpability. Behind the muscle If you are slim and you do not have a lot of breast tissue to cover the implant, then placing your implant under your chest muscle is a very good option. This will reduce the risk of rippling. The sub-muscular implantation is also called sometimes “dual plane” or “partial” breast augmentation. This technique is however associated with the risk of animation deformity and double fold. Please make sure to ask Dr Mounir about all the risks and complications that are involves with sub-muscular implantation for breast augmentation...




What is the cost of breast augmentation?


The fees of breast cosmetic surgery can vary due to many factors. For example, a breast enhancement using silicone implants can range in price from £5,000 to £10,000. The factors are: Anaesthetist fees. Hospital and operating room costs Surgeon's fees depending on his experience Post-procedure medications and after care. The implants depending on the provider. Geographic location (Breast augmentation in London is more expensive than in Manchester) Actually Dr Mounir is offering breast augmentation at a special price of £ 4500.





Uneven Breasts | Asymmetry Frequently asked questions

breast-asymmetry

Breast Lift Surgery What you should know?


Dr Abel Mounir, MD. M. Sc a experienced board-certified plastic surgeon in Manchester, is known for his expertise in breast uplift or the so-called breast lift surgery. Dr. Mounir Manchester Breast surgeon uses modern surgical techniques to produce excellent cosmetic results. These are the indications for breast uplift: When the breast has lost fullness at the top and has dropped noticeably When the size of the nipples are too big and sitting low. When the nipples are point down and sitting below the breast creases. After weight loss or pregnancy when the breast loses fullness and drops




Am I a good candidate for Breast Uplift?


Dr. Mounir specialist plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectation. He will assess you and tell you if you are suitable for breast Uplift surgery or so called mastopexy. Generally speaking patients suitable for breast Uplift are: Women who feels that her breasts have dropped and become empty at the top. Women experiencing sometimes skin irritation in the breast creases. Women who do wishes to have her breasts uplifted and the nipple areola reduced. Women who feels happy with them body image but self-conscious about her breast shape. Women in good general physical and mental health. Women with realistic expectations. Women who are not breast-feeding.




How to prepare myself for breast uplift?


All breast uplift patients in Manchester and Liverpool should seek consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if they are good candidates for this kind of surgery. Therefore all patients are required to attend a personal consultation with Dr Mounir plastic surgeon before surgery. This is your opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the Breast uplift or so called mastopexy. A treatment plan can be tailored to your needs, with all the risks and complications discussed with you prior to surgery. You should be in good overall physical condition and have a positive self-image even if understandably you are concerned about the shape of your breasts. Most importantly you should have a realistic expectations. Dr Mounir will stress to you that breast uplift will never produce a Baywatch look. If you have been breast-feeding Dr Mounir will ask you to stop and wait at least 3 months before proceeding with any breast cosmetic surgery. If you smoke, you will have to stop to have breast uplift surgery. This should be done about six weeks prior to the procedure. This also includes stopping any aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs.




The Surgery


Generally speaking the Manchester Plastic surgeon performs breast uplift surgery always under general anaesthesia and as day case. Depending on your needs and the amount of the excess skin to be removed, Dr Mounir will discuss with you the breast uplift technique he will perform and the amount of incisions he will need to make. Dr. Mounir will reduce the excess ski mainly from the lower pole of the breast. If needed Dr Mounir cosmetic surgeon will reduce the size of your nipple/areola complex to be more in proportion with your new breasts. Also if needed and if you are presenting asymmetry of volumes, Dr Mounir will reduce the skin more from the bigger side to make sure that your breasts are more even at the end of the surgery. He usually finishes by using only dissolvable sutures that do not need to be removed.




After Surgery


It is normal to feel swollen and to have some discomfort after breast uplift surgery. You will be able to take analgesia for support through recovery. There can also be change in sensation and even some discharge. It will be necessary to wear a support bra for a number of weeks. You can go home a day after surgery and it is important to keep all wounds dry for one week. After breast mastopexy surgery with the Plastic surgeon in Manchester this is what you should expect: Generally speaking all Dr. Mounir’s breast Uplift patients can enjoy light exercise after two to three weeks. Dr Mounir’ breast uplift mastopexy patients rarely needs painkillers. Some patients may experience some swelling and bruising. Some patients do experience some numbness and discomfort. This decrease in the nipple sensitivity can become permanent. Pain is very infrequent and only temporary. Any strenuous activities should be avoided for couple of weeks. Patients are strongly advised to sleep in a sports bra for six weeks.




Is Breast Uplift Surgery Successful?


Most Manchester and Liverpool patients are pleased with the results of breast Uplift surgery. Of course, with every surgery, there are some risks and possible complications. Manchester breast uplift surgeon will make you aware of these risks and complications before surgery. These risks can include:
- Scars
- Bleeding
- Infection
- Swelling and Bruising
- Healing problems
- Nipple loss or skin loss (necrosis)
- Asymmetry
- Reduced sensitivity
- Unsatisfactory results
- Change overtime
Scars: Performing breast Uplift unfortunately will usually produce scars. Dr Mounir plastic surgeon put his utmost to make your uplift reduction scars as inconspicuous as possible. However the scars are beyond the Manchester Breast surgeon and every Breast patient heals differently. Bleeding: does happen usually within the first few days after the breast uplift surgery. Therefore, the Manchester Plastic surgeon will always ask you to stop aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs at least 10 days before your breast uplift surgery. If you do suffer from high blood pressure you should keep taking your tablets and monitor your Blood pressure to reduce the risk of bleeding. Infection:If you do experience redness, swelling and pain you should contact Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon immediately because you may need antibiotics or even another operation. This can affect the final result and you may need revision the surgery. Swelling and bruising: Usually Manchester Breast Uplift patients do experience some swelling and bruising of the breasts postoperatively. It does take weeks for the swelling to settle. Healing problems Rarely the edges of the wounds can come apart, especially at the T- junction. Dr Mounir Plastic surgeon or our Manchester Nurse will need to see you regularly at least three times per week at the Pall Mall Manchester Hospital to offer you wound nursing and dressing. In some cases the Manchester Breast Surgeon may need to remove the tissue that had been infected. Loss of blood supply to the nipple or skin: Some patients in very rarely cases, the nipple/areola complex may lose the blood supply and turn looking blue and then black (necrosis). Dr Mounir Manchester breast surgeon normally will not discharge after the surgery until he makes sure that your nipples and breast are well healthy. Asymmetry: “Breast are sisters not twins” and this would be the case after the surgery. The Manchester Breast uplift mastopexy are usually happy with them cosmetic outcome, however, there is always a risk that your breast uplift will leave you with a slightly uneven breasts. Increased or reduced sensation: Most Manchester Breast Uplift patients will experience some numbness and reduce sensation in the nipples. Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon will warn you that sometimes this change in sensation may be permanent. Unsatisfactory result: Prior to the surgery Dr Mounir Manchester and Liverpool Plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectations and he will explain to you how he will plan you breast uplift in Manchester. However he will stress to you that no Breast surgeon can or would guarantee you the final cup size and there is always a risk that you may be disappointed with the cosmetic out come and the final cup size. Change over time: Dr Mounir will warn you that ageing, pregnancy and weight loss or weight gain after the surgery will affect your cosmetic outcome and you may need more surgery to maintain your breast Uplift outcome.




Will My Breasts drop again After A Breast Uplift?


During your initial consultation with Manchester Plastic surgeon, Dr Mounir will advise you strongly to postpone any form of breast cosmetic surgery until you completed your family. He will also advise you to achieve your weight target before Breast uplift surgery and not.





Breast Lift with Implants Frequently asked questions

breast-asymmetry

Breast Lift Surgery What you should know?


Dr Abel Mounir, MD. M. Sc a experienced board-certified plastic surgeon in Manchester, is known for his expertise in breast uplift or the so-called breast lift surgery. Dr. Mounir Manchester Breast surgeon uses modern surgical techniques to produce excellent cosmetic results. These are the indications for breast uplift: When the breast has lost fullness at the top and has dropped noticeably When the size of the nipples are too big and sitting low. When the nipples are point down and sitting below the breast creases. After weight loss or pregnancy when the breast loses fullness and drops




Am I a good candidate for Breast Uplift?


Dr. Mounir specialist plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectation. He will assess you and tell you if you are suitable for breast Uplift surgery or so called mastopexy. Generally speaking patients suitable for breast Uplift are: Women who feels that her breasts have dropped and become empty at the top. Women experiencing sometimes skin irritation in the breast creases. Women who do wishes to have her breasts uplifted and the nipple areola reduced. Women who feels happy with them body image but self-conscious about her breast shape. Women in good general physical and mental health. Women with realistic expectations. Women who are not breast-feeding.




How to prepare myself for breast uplift?


All breast uplift patients in Manchester and Liverpool should seek consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if they are good candidates for this kind of surgery. Therefore all patients are required to attend a personal consultation with Dr Mounir plastic surgeon before surgery. This is your opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the Breast uplift or so called mastopexy. A treatment plan can be tailored to your needs, with all the risks and complications discussed with you prior to surgery. You should be in good overall physical condition and have a positive self-image even if understandably you are concerned about the shape of your breasts. Most importantly you should have a realistic expectations. Dr Mounir will stress to you that breast uplift will never produce a Baywatch look. If you have been breast-feeding Dr Mounir will ask you to stop and wait at least 3 months before proceeding with any breast cosmetic surgery. If you smoke, you will have to stop to have breast uplift surgery. This should be done about six weeks prior to the procedure. This also includes stopping any aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs.




The Surgery


Generally speaking the Manchester Plastic surgeon performs breast uplift surgery always under general anaesthesia and as day case. Depending on your needs and the amount of the excess skin to be removed, Dr Mounir will discuss with you the breast uplift technique he will perform and the amount of incisions he will need to make. Dr. Mounir will reduce the excess ski mainly from the lower pole of the breast. If needed Dr Mounir cosmetic surgeon will reduce the size of your nipple/areola complex to be more in proportion with your new breasts. Also if needed and if you are presenting asymmetry of volumes, Dr Mounir will reduce the skin more from the bigger side to make sure that your breasts are more even at the end of the surgery. He usually finishes by using only dissolvable sutures that do not need to be removed.




After Surgery


It is normal to feel swollen and to have some discomfort after breast uplift surgery. You will be able to take analgesia for support through recovery. There can also be change in sensation and even some discharge. It will be necessary to wear a support bra for a number of weeks. You can go home a day after surgery and it is important to keep all wounds dry for one week. After breast mastopexy surgery with the Plastic surgeon in Manchester this is what you should expect: Generally speaking all Dr. Mounir’s breast Uplift patients can enjoy light exercise after two to three weeks. Dr Mounir’ breast uplift mastopexy patients rarely needs painkillers. Some patients may experience some swelling and bruising. Some patients do experience some numbness and discomfort. This decrease in the nipple sensitivity can become permanent. Pain is very infrequent and only temporary. Any strenuous activities should be avoided for couple of weeks. Patients are strongly advised to sleep in a sports bra for six weeks.




Is Breast Uplift Surgery Successful?


Most Manchester and Liverpool patients are pleased with the results of breast Uplift surgery. Of course, with every surgery, there are some risks and possible complications. Manchester breast uplift surgeon will make you aware of these risks and complications before surgery. These risks can include:
- Scars
- Bleeding
- Infection
- Swelling and Bruising
- Healing problems
- Nipple loss or skin loss (necrosis)
- Asymmetry
- Reduced sensitivity
- Unsatisfactory results
- Change overtime
Scars: Performing breast Uplift unfortunately will usually produce scars. Dr Mounir plastic surgeon put his utmost to make your uplift reduction scars as inconspicuous as possible. However the scars are beyond the Manchester Breast surgeon and every Breast patient heals differently. Bleeding: does happen usually within the first few days after the breast uplift surgery. Therefore, the Manchester Plastic surgeon will always ask you to stop aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs at least 10 days before your breast uplift surgery. If you do suffer from high blood pressure you should keep taking your tablets and monitor your Blood pressure to reduce the risk of bleeding. Infection:If you do experience redness, swelling and pain you should contact Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon immediately because you may need antibiotics or even another operation. This can affect the final result and you may need revision the surgery. Swelling and bruising: Usually Manchester Breast Uplift patients do experience some swelling and bruising of the breasts postoperatively. It does take weeks for the swelling to settle. Healing problems Rarely the edges of the wounds can come apart, especially at the T- junction. Dr Mounir Plastic surgeon or our Manchester Nurse will need to see you regularly at least three times per week at the Pall Mall Manchester Hospital to offer you wound nursing and dressing. In some cases the Manchester Breast Surgeon may need to remove the tissue that had been infected. Loss of blood supply to the nipple or skin: Some patients in very rarely cases, the nipple/areola complex may lose the blood supply and turn looking blue and then black (necrosis). Dr Mounir Manchester breast surgeon normally will not discharge after the surgery until he makes sure that your nipples and breast are well healthy. Asymmetry: “Breast are sisters not twins” and this would be the case after the surgery. The Manchester Breast uplift mastopexy are usually happy with them cosmetic outcome, however, there is always a risk that your breast uplift will leave you with a slightly uneven breasts. Increased or reduced sensation: Most Manchester Breast Uplift patients will experience some numbness and reduce sensation in the nipples. Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon will warn you that sometimes this change in sensation may be permanent. Unsatisfactory result: Prior to the surgery Dr Mounir Manchester and Liverpool Plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectations and he will explain to you how he will plan you breast uplift in Manchester. However he will stress to you that no Breast surgeon can or would guarantee you the final cup size and there is always a risk that you may be disappointed with the cosmetic out come and the final cup size. Change over time: Dr Mounir will warn you that ageing, pregnancy and weight loss or weight gain after the surgery will affect your cosmetic outcome and you may need more surgery to maintain your breast Uplift outcome.




Will My Breasts drop again After A Breast Uplift?


During your initial consultation with Manchester Plastic surgeon, Dr Mounir will advise you strongly to postpone any form of breast cosmetic surgery until you completed your family. He will also advise you to achieve your weight target before Breast uplift surgery and not.





Breast Reduction Frequently asked questions

breast-asymmetry

Breast Augmentation Why Choose Dr Mounir?


Dr. Mounir is one of the top Plastic surgeon providing breast enhancement o r breast augmentation. Generally speaking there are three main types of breast cosmetic surgeries: breast augmentation or breast enlargement or the so-called boob Job, breast lift or the so-called Mastpexy and Breast reduction. Each breast operation type requires a good knowledge of the female breast and breast implants devices. Dr. Mounir is one the best trained providers of Breast Cosmetic Plastic Surgery; with a main focus on breast augmentation, extensive experience. His good knowledge and vast expertise has been highlighted in multiple publications and articles.




What to Expect from Breast Augmentation with Dr. Mounir?


Hear about the breast augmentation experience at Dr. Mounir’s practice from one of his many satisfied Manchester breast augmentation patients.




Breast Augmentation Am I a good candidate?


If you are 18 year-old or older and if you are not planning to become pregnant very soon or Breast Augmentation Am I a good candidate? not breast feeding at least for the last 9 months, then it may be worthwhile to book your consultation with Dr Mounir so he can assess you and discuss with you why you are not happy with the size of your breasts. Please bring with you a copy of your NHS medical records to show that you are healthy physically and mentally.




What is the right size implant for me?


Well if you are interested in breast implant you should have done some research by now and What is the right size implant for me? probably you have already heard of the rice test. Please keep in mind that the rice test is not a precise test and it is not recognised by any medical body. However it still does provides a rough idea about the volume that you would like to achieve with breast implant. However when you are in consultation with Dr Mounir and after he has examined your breasts, based on your anatomy and your frame, Dr. Mounir will help you to choose the right implant by offering you the MENTOR Volume Sizing System for Breast enhancement. Effectively, the Sizing System contains a set of 18 shaped volume seizers and so you will be able to simulate different breast implants volumes, starting from 150cc to 655cc, and so you feel very proactive and involved in choosing your implant size. Dr Mounir will help you to fit the different breast implant seizers into a sport bra until you are satisfy with produced volume.




Should I choose anatomical or round implants?


Dr Mounir will help you to choose between anatomical implants or so-called teardrop implant and round implant. First, he will explain the volumes on anatomical and round implants are not identical. Effectively, implants with almost similar width and width, anatomical implants are about 20% lighter than round implants. It is a fact that anatomical implant will produce a more natural look where rounded implants will produce more fullness at the top. Round implants have been in use since 1963 and they still remain the most popular used implant for breast cosmetic surgery in UK. If used above the chest muscle without adequate breast-tissue cover, they will produce a fake rounded look. However, when placed behind the chest muscle using a dual plane partial technique, round implants can actually produce a natural looking and very good results.




What if my breasts are uneven before the surgery?


Dr Mounir will help you to choose between anatomical implants or so-called teardrop implant and round implant. First, he will explain the volumes on anatomical and round implants are not identical. Effectively, implants with almost similar width and width, anatomical implants are about 20% lighter than round implants. It is a fact that anatomical implant will produce a more natural look where rounded implants will produce more fullness at the top. Round implants have been in use since 1963 and they still remain the most popular used implant for breast cosmetic surgery in UK. If used above the chest muscle without adequate breast-tissue cover, they will produce a fake rounded look. However, when placed behind the chest muscle using a dual plane partial technique, round implants can actually produce a natural looking and very good results.




What are the risks of breast augmentation?


Bleeding 1% Bleeding could occur up to two week after the surgery. If you do notice you’re your becomes swollen and tight, then you need to contact Dr Mounir urgently. He will probably take you back to the surgery room and evacuate the Heamatoma and stop the bleeding. Infection (less than 1%) This is very serious complication that could happen up to 4 weeks after the surgery. If you do notice that your breast is swollen, red and painful, you will need to contact Dr Mounir urgently. He will assess you and depending on the nature and the extend of the infection he will either prescribe for you some antibiotics or he will take you back to the surgery to remove the infected implant. Unfortunately you will be left without implant for at least 3 months. Capsular contracture (10%) In some patients the breasts become very hard and source of concern to them as it can cause some discomfort. If this happen you should contact Dr Mounir to discuss the situation. Based on his finding and if the breast is not too hard, he may advise to wait and see. However, if you are experiencing some discomfort then Dr Mounir may advise to have the implant removed and the scars tissue release (capsulotomy) or even a removed (Capsulectomy). Please be aware that Capsular contracture is the most common complication that need re-operating and revision surgery. Less feeling in the breasts Some women may experience oversensitivity of the nipples. Other may experience hyposensitivity (less feeling). The truth is that every patient heals differently and these symptoms do settle down with time but unfortunately they could be permanent. Rippling or palpability of the implant During your consultation with Dr Mounir, he will direct you to read more about the risk of palpability and rippling on the British association of plastic and reconstructive surgeons (BAPRAS). You will learn that this is a very commun complication that is almost inevitable in patient with flat chest (slim patients). There is no implant rippling free and there is no surgeon who would be able to guarantee you that you will be 100 % rippling free. Implant failure Usually Dr Mounir uses Mentor implants. These implants are made with a very solid and tough shell. However if you experience some changes in the size or shape please contact Dr Mounir immediately and will most probably refer you to have a scan to confirm or not a rupture of implant.




What I should choose Textured vs Smooth implants?


The difference between smooth and textured implant is that the later has a rough surface. The idea was to make the surface of the implant connect to the tissue that surrounds them, preventing them to move inside the breast pocket. This is very important when you are having a teardrop implant because any movement of these anatomical implants will produce a breast deformity. But these are the facts: Dow Corning Corporation in United States manufactured the first silicone gel breast implant in 1962. These were smooth implants. In 1972, second-generation gel implants was produced to improve the cosmetic outcome and reduce the risk of capsular contracture. It was the first time when we heard of the polyurethane textured surface. However because of the risk of cancer associated with the polyurethane, these implants have been immediately been abandoned and new type of textured surface was produced on the actual silicone polymer shell to copy the effects of polyurethane in order to reduce the risk capsular contracture rates. These nonpolyurethane textured implants became very popular and were used extensively all over the world. Even now surgeons around the world still using textured silicone gel implants because of the fact that the rate of capsular contracture is far less capsular contracture compared to smooth implants. Although the benefits of textured implants include a reduced risk for capsular contracture, recent reports in the literature have shown that the textures implants are associated with text ALCL During your consultation, Dr Mounir will clearly tell you that if you have decided to proceed with your breast augmentation surgery and you wish to avoid the risk of ALCL (Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma) based on the data that we have today his recommendation would be to have the smooth implants.




Should I have my implant over or under the muscle?


Over the muscle The insertion of implants over the chest muscle is supposed to be a straightforward and the safest technique for breast enhancement. The recovery time is quicker and the discomfort is minimal. However this option is mainly indicated for patient with enough breast tissue to avoid risk of rippling and palpability. Behind the muscle If you are slim and you do not have a lot of breast tissue to cover the implant, then placing your implant under your chest muscle is a very good option. This will reduce the risk of rippling. The sub-muscular implantation is also called sometimes “dual plane” or “partial” breast augmentation. This technique is however associated with the risk of animation deformity and double fold. Please make sure to ask Dr Mounir about all the risks and complications that are involves with sub-muscular implantation for breast augmentation...




What is the cost of breast augmentation?


The fees of breast cosmetic surgery can vary due to many factors. For example, a breast enhancement using silicone implants can range in price from £5,000 to £10,000. The factors are: Anaesthetist fees. Hospital and operating room costs Surgeon's fees depending on his experience Post-procedure medications and after care. The implants depending on the provider. Geographic location (Breast augmentation in London is more expensive than in Manchester) Actually Dr Mounir is offering breast augmentation at a special price of £ 4500.





Nipple Areola Correction Frequently asked questions

breast-asymmetry

Breast Lift Surgery What you should know?


Dr Abel Mounir, MD. M. Sc a experienced board-certified plastic surgeon in Manchester, is known for his expertise in breast uplift or the so-called breast lift surgery. Dr. Mounir Manchester Breast surgeon uses modern surgical techniques to produce excellent cosmetic results. These are the indications for breast uplift: When the breast has lost fullness at the top and has dropped noticeably When the size of the nipples are too big and sitting low. When the nipples are point down and sitting below the breast creases. After weight loss or pregnancy when the breast loses fullness and drops




Am I a good candidate for Breast Uplift?


Dr. Mounir specialist plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectation. He will assess you and tell you if you are suitable for breast Uplift surgery or so called mastopexy. Generally speaking patients suitable for breast Uplift are: Women who feels that her breasts have dropped and become empty at the top. Women experiencing sometimes skin irritation in the breast creases. Women who do wishes to have her breasts uplifted and the nipple areola reduced. Women who feels happy with them body image but self-conscious about her breast shape. Women in good general physical and mental health. Women with realistic expectations. Women who are not breast-feeding.




How to prepare myself for breast uplift?


All breast uplift patients in Manchester and Liverpool should seek consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if they are good candidates for this kind of surgery. Therefore all patients are required to attend a personal consultation with Dr Mounir plastic surgeon before surgery. This is your opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the Breast uplift or so called mastopexy. A treatment plan can be tailored to your needs, with all the risks and complications discussed with you prior to surgery. You should be in good overall physical condition and have a positive self-image even if understandably you are concerned about the shape of your breasts. Most importantly you should have a realistic expectations. Dr Mounir will stress to you that breast uplift will never produce a Baywatch look. If you have been breast-feeding Dr Mounir will ask you to stop and wait at least 3 months before proceeding with any breast cosmetic surgery. If you smoke, you will have to stop to have breast uplift surgery. This should be done about six weeks prior to the procedure. This also includes stopping any aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs.




The Surgery


Generally speaking the Manchester Plastic surgeon performs breast uplift surgery always under general anaesthesia and as day case. Depending on your needs and the amount of the excess skin to be removed, Dr Mounir will discuss with you the breast uplift technique he will perform and the amount of incisions he will need to make. Dr. Mounir will reduce the excess ski mainly from the lower pole of the breast. If needed Dr Mounir cosmetic surgeon will reduce the size of your nipple/areola complex to be more in proportion with your new breasts. Also if needed and if you are presenting asymmetry of volumes, Dr Mounir will reduce the skin more from the bigger side to make sure that your breasts are more even at the end of the surgery. He usually finishes by using only dissolvable sutures that do not need to be removed.




After Surgery


It is normal to feel swollen and to have some discomfort after breast uplift surgery. You will be able to take analgesia for support through recovery. There can also be change in sensation and even some discharge. It will be necessary to wear a support bra for a number of weeks. You can go home a day after surgery and it is important to keep all wounds dry for one week. After breast mastopexy surgery with the Plastic surgeon in Manchester this is what you should expect: Generally speaking all Dr. Mounir’s breast Uplift patients can enjoy light exercise after two to three weeks. Dr Mounir’ breast uplift mastopexy patients rarely needs painkillers. Some patients may experience some swelling and bruising. Some patients do experience some numbness and discomfort. This decrease in the nipple sensitivity can become permanent. Pain is very infrequent and only temporary. Any strenuous activities should be avoided for couple of weeks. Patients are strongly advised to sleep in a sports bra for six weeks.




Is Breast Uplift Surgery Successful?


Most Manchester and Liverpool patients are pleased with the results of breast Uplift surgery. Of course, with every surgery, there are some risks and possible complications. Manchester breast uplift surgeon will make you aware of these risks and complications before surgery. These risks can include:
- Scars
- Bleeding
- Infection
- Swelling and Bruising
- Healing problems
- Nipple loss or skin loss (necrosis)
- Asymmetry
- Reduced sensitivity
- Unsatisfactory results
- Change overtime
Scars: Performing breast Uplift unfortunately will usually produce scars. Dr Mounir plastic surgeon put his utmost to make your uplift reduction scars as inconspicuous as possible. However the scars are beyond the Manchester Breast surgeon and every Breast patient heals differently. Bleeding: does happen usually within the first few days after the breast uplift surgery. Therefore, the Manchester Plastic surgeon will always ask you to stop aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs at least 10 days before your breast uplift surgery. If you do suffer from high blood pressure you should keep taking your tablets and monitor your Blood pressure to reduce the risk of bleeding. Infection:If you do experience redness, swelling and pain you should contact Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon immediately because you may need antibiotics or even another operation. This can affect the final result and you may need revision the surgery. Swelling and bruising: Usually Manchester Breast Uplift patients do experience some swelling and bruising of the breasts postoperatively. It does take weeks for the swelling to settle. Healing problems Rarely the edges of the wounds can come apart, especially at the T- junction. Dr Mounir Plastic surgeon or our Manchester Nurse will need to see you regularly at least three times per week at the Pall Mall Manchester Hospital to offer you wound nursing and dressing. In some cases the Manchester Breast Surgeon may need to remove the tissue that had been infected. Loss of blood supply to the nipple or skin: Some patients in very rarely cases, the nipple/areola complex may lose the blood supply and turn looking blue and then black (necrosis). Dr Mounir Manchester breast surgeon normally will not discharge after the surgery until he makes sure that your nipples and breast are well healthy. Asymmetry: “Breast are sisters not twins” and this would be the case after the surgery. The Manchester Breast uplift mastopexy are usually happy with them cosmetic outcome, however, there is always a risk that your breast uplift will leave you with a slightly uneven breasts. Increased or reduced sensation: Most Manchester Breast Uplift patients will experience some numbness and reduce sensation in the nipples. Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon will warn you that sometimes this change in sensation may be permanent. Unsatisfactory result: Prior to the surgery Dr Mounir Manchester and Liverpool Plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectations and he will explain to you how he will plan you breast uplift in Manchester. However he will stress to you that no Breast surgeon can or would guarantee you the final cup size and there is always a risk that you may be disappointed with the cosmetic out come and the final cup size. Change over time: Dr Mounir will warn you that ageing, pregnancy and weight loss or weight gain after the surgery will affect your cosmetic outcome and you may need more surgery to maintain your breast Uplift outcome.




Will My Breasts drop again After A Breast Uplift?


During your initial consultation with Manchester Plastic surgeon, Dr Mounir will advise you strongly to postpone any form of breast cosmetic surgery until you completed your family. He will also advise you to achieve your weight target before Breast uplift surgery and not.





Breast Lift Surgery Correction Frequently asked questions

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Breast Augmentation Why Choose Dr Mounir?


Dr. Mounir is one of the top Plastic surgeon providing breast enhancement o r breast augmentation. Generally speaking there are three main types of breast cosmetic surgeries: breast augmentation or breast enlargement or the so-called boob Job, breast lift or the so-called Mastpexy and Breast reduction. Each breast operation type requires a good knowledge of the female breast and breast implants devices. Dr. Mounir is one the best trained providers of Breast Cosmetic Plastic Surgery; with a main focus on breast augmentation, extensive experience. His good knowledge and vast expertise has been highlighted in multiple publications and articles.




What to Expect from Breast Augmentation with Dr. Mounir?


Hear about the breast augmentation experience at Dr. Mounir’s practice from one of his many satisfied Manchester breast augmentation patients.




Breast Augmentation Am I a good candidate?


If you are 18 year-old or older and if you are not planning to become pregnant very soon or Breast Augmentation Am I a good candidate? not breast feeding at least for the last 9 months, then it may be worthwhile to book your consultation with Dr Mounir so he can assess you and discuss with you why you are not happy with the size of your breasts. Please bring with you a copy of your NHS medical records to show that you are healthy physically and mentally.




What is the right size implant for me?


Well if you are interested in breast implant you should have done some research by now and What is the right size implant for me? probably you have already heard of the rice test. Please keep in mind that the rice test is not a precise test and it is not recognised by any medical body. However it still does provides a rough idea about the volume that you would like to achieve with breast implant. However when you are in consultation with Dr Mounir and after he has examined your breasts, based on your anatomy and your frame, Dr. Mounir will help you to choose the right implant by offering you the MENTOR Volume Sizing System for Breast enhancement. Effectively, the Sizing System contains a set of 18 shaped volume seizers and so you will be able to simulate different breast implants volumes, starting from 150cc to 655cc, and so you feel very proactive and involved in choosing your implant size. Dr Mounir will help you to fit the different breast implant seizers into a sport bra until you are satisfy with produced volume.




Should I choose anatomical or round implants?


Dr Mounir will help you to choose between anatomical implants or so-called teardrop implant and round implant. First, he will explain the volumes on anatomical and round implants are not identical. Effectively, implants with almost similar width and width, anatomical implants are about 20% lighter than round implants. It is a fact that anatomical implant will produce a more natural look where rounded implants will produce more fullness at the top. Round implants have been in use since 1963 and they still remain the most popular used implant for breast cosmetic surgery in UK. If used above the chest muscle without adequate breast-tissue cover, they will produce a fake rounded look. However, when placed behind the chest muscle using a dual plane partial technique, round implants can actually produce a natural looking and very good results.




What if my breasts are uneven before the surgery?


Dr Mounir will help you to choose between anatomical implants or so-called teardrop implant and round implant. First, he will explain the volumes on anatomical and round implants are not identical. Effectively, implants with almost similar width and width, anatomical implants are about 20% lighter than round implants. It is a fact that anatomical implant will produce a more natural look where rounded implants will produce more fullness at the top. Round implants have been in use since 1963 and they still remain the most popular used implant for breast cosmetic surgery in UK. If used above the chest muscle without adequate breast-tissue cover, they will produce a fake rounded look. However, when placed behind the chest muscle using a dual plane partial technique, round implants can actually produce a natural looking and very good results.




What are the risks of breast augmentation?


Bleeding 1% Bleeding could occur up to two week after the surgery. If you do notice you’re your becomes swollen and tight, then you need to contact Dr Mounir urgently. He will probably take you back to the surgery room and evacuate the Heamatoma and stop the bleeding. Infection (less than 1%) This is very serious complication that could happen up to 4 weeks after the surgery. If you do notice that your breast is swollen, red and painful, you will need to contact Dr Mounir urgently. He will assess you and depending on the nature and the extend of the infection he will either prescribe for you some antibiotics or he will take you back to the surgery to remove the infected implant. Unfortunately you will be left without implant for at least 3 months. Capsular contracture (10%) In some patients the breasts become very hard and source of concern to them as it can cause some discomfort. If this happen you should contact Dr Mounir to discuss the situation. Based on his finding and if the breast is not too hard, he may advise to wait and see. However, if you are experiencing some discomfort then Dr Mounir may advise to have the implant removed and the scars tissue release (capsulotomy) or even a removed (Capsulectomy). Please be aware that Capsular contracture is the most common complication that need re-operating and revision surgery. Less feeling in the breasts Some women may experience oversensitivity of the nipples. Other may experience hyposensitivity (less feeling). The truth is that every patient heals differently and these symptoms do settle down with time but unfortunately they could be permanent. Rippling or palpability of the implant During your consultation with Dr Mounir, he will direct you to read more about the risk of palpability and rippling on the British association of plastic and reconstructive surgeons (BAPRAS). You will learn that this is a very commun complication that is almost inevitable in patient with flat chest (slim patients). There is no implant rippling free and there is no surgeon who would be able to guarantee you that you will be 100 % rippling free. Implant failure Usually Dr Mounir uses Mentor implants. These implants are made with a very solid and tough shell. However if you experience some changes in the size or shape please contact Dr Mounir immediately and will most probably refer you to have a scan to confirm or not a rupture of implant.




What I should choose Textured vs Smooth implants?


The difference between smooth and textured implant is that the later has a rough surface. The idea was to make the surface of the implant connect to the tissue that surrounds them, preventing them to move inside the breast pocket. This is very important when you are having a teardrop implant because any movement of these anatomical implants will produce a breast deformity. But these are the facts: Dow Corning Corporation in United States manufactured the first silicone gel breast implant in 1962. These were smooth implants. In 1972, second-generation gel implants was produced to improve the cosmetic outcome and reduce the risk of capsular contracture. It was the first time when we heard of the polyurethane textured surface. However because of the risk of cancer associated with the polyurethane, these implants have been immediately been abandoned and new type of textured surface was produced on the actual silicone polymer shell to copy the effects of polyurethane in order to reduce the risk capsular contracture rates. These nonpolyurethane textured implants became very popular and were used extensively all over the world. Even now surgeons around the world still using textured silicone gel implants because of the fact that the rate of capsular contracture is far less capsular contracture compared to smooth implants. Although the benefits of textured implants include a reduced risk for capsular contracture, recent reports in the literature have shown that the textures implants are associated with text ALCL During your consultation, Dr Mounir will clearly tell you that if you have decided to proceed with your breast augmentation surgery and you wish to avoid the risk of ALCL (Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma) based on the data that we have today his recommendation would be to have the smooth implants.




Should I have my implant over or under the muscle?


Over the muscle The insertion of implants over the chest muscle is supposed to be a straightforward and the safest technique for breast enhancement. The recovery time is quicker and the discomfort is minimal. However this option is mainly indicated for patient with enough breast tissue to avoid risk of rippling and palpability. Behind the muscle If you are slim and you do not have a lot of breast tissue to cover the implant, then placing your implant under your chest muscle is a very good option. This will reduce the risk of rippling. The sub-muscular implantation is also called sometimes “dual plane” or “partial” breast augmentation. This technique is however associated with the risk of animation deformity and double fold. Please make sure to ask Dr Mounir about all the risks and complications that are involves with sub-muscular implantation for breast augmentation...




What is the cost of breast augmentation?


The fees of breast cosmetic surgery can vary due to many factors. For example, a breast enhancement using silicone implants can range in price from £5,000 to £10,000. The factors are: Anaesthetist fees. Hospital and operating room costs Surgeon's fees depending on his experience Post-procedure medications and after care. The implants depending on the provider. Geographic location (Breast augmentation in London is more expensive than in Manchester) Actually Dr Mounir is offering breast augmentation at a special price of £ 4500.





Breast Lift Surgery Correction Frequently asked questions

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Breast Lift Surgery What you should know?


Dr Abel Mounir, MD. M. Sc a experienced board-certified plastic surgeon in Manchester, is known for his expertise in breast uplift or the so-called breast lift surgery. Dr. Mounir Manchester Breast surgeon uses modern surgical techniques to produce excellent cosmetic results. These are the indications for breast uplift: When the breast has lost fullness at the top and has dropped noticeably When the size of the nipples are too big and sitting low. When the nipples are point down and sitting below the breast creases. After weight loss or pregnancy when the breast loses fullness and drops




Am I a good candidate for Breast Uplift?


Dr. Mounir specialist plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectation. He will assess you and tell you if you are suitable for breast Uplift surgery or so called mastopexy. Generally speaking patients suitable for breast Uplift are: Women who feels that her breasts have dropped and become empty at the top. Women experiencing sometimes skin irritation in the breast creases. Women who do wishes to have her breasts uplifted and the nipple areola reduced. Women who feels happy with them body image but self-conscious about her breast shape. Women in good general physical and mental health. Women with realistic expectations. Women who are not breast-feeding.




How to prepare myself for breast uplift?


All breast uplift patients in Manchester and Liverpool should seek consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if they are good candidates for this kind of surgery. Therefore all patients are required to attend a personal consultation with Dr Mounir plastic surgeon before surgery. This is your opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the Breast uplift or so called mastopexy. A treatment plan can be tailored to your needs, with all the risks and complications discussed with you prior to surgery. You should be in good overall physical condition and have a positive self-image even if understandably you are concerned about the shape of your breasts. Most importantly you should have a realistic expectations. Dr Mounir will stress to you that breast uplift will never produce a Baywatch look. If you have been breast-feeding Dr Mounir will ask you to stop and wait at least 3 months before proceeding with any breast cosmetic surgery. If you smoke, you will have to stop to have breast uplift surgery. This should be done about six weeks prior to the procedure. This also includes stopping any aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs.




The Surgery


Generally speaking the Manchester Plastic surgeon performs breast uplift surgery always under general anaesthesia and as day case. Depending on your needs and the amount of the excess skin to be removed, Dr Mounir will discuss with you the breast uplift technique he will perform and the amount of incisions he will need to make. Dr. Mounir will reduce the excess ski mainly from the lower pole of the breast. If needed Dr Mounir cosmetic surgeon will reduce the size of your nipple/areola complex to be more in proportion with your new breasts. Also if needed and if you are presenting asymmetry of volumes, Dr Mounir will reduce the skin more from the bigger side to make sure that your breasts are more even at the end of the surgery. He usually finishes by using only dissolvable sutures that do not need to be removed.




After Surgery


It is normal to feel swollen and to have some discomfort after breast uplift surgery. You will be able to take analgesia for support through recovery. There can also be change in sensation and even some discharge. It will be necessary to wear a support bra for a number of weeks. You can go home a day after surgery and it is important to keep all wounds dry for one week. After breast mastopexy surgery with the Plastic surgeon in Manchester this is what you should expect: Generally speaking all Dr. Mounir’s breast Uplift patients can enjoy light exercise after two to three weeks. Dr Mounir’ breast uplift mastopexy patients rarely needs painkillers. Some patients may experience some swelling and bruising. Some patients do experience some numbness and discomfort. This decrease in the nipple sensitivity can become permanent. Pain is very infrequent and only temporary. Any strenuous activities should be avoided for couple of weeks. Patients are strongly advised to sleep in a sports bra for six weeks.




Is Breast Uplift Surgery Successful?


Most Manchester and Liverpool patients are pleased with the results of breast Uplift surgery. Of course, with every surgery, there are some risks and possible complications. Manchester breast uplift surgeon will make you aware of these risks and complications before surgery. These risks can include:
- Scars
- Bleeding
- Infection
- Swelling and Bruising
- Healing problems
- Nipple loss or skin loss (necrosis)
- Asymmetry
- Reduced sensitivity
- Unsatisfactory results
- Change overtime
Scars: Performing breast Uplift unfortunately will usually produce scars. Dr Mounir plastic surgeon put his utmost to make your uplift reduction scars as inconspicuous as possible. However the scars are beyond the Manchester Breast surgeon and every Breast patient heals differently. Bleeding: does happen usually within the first few days after the breast uplift surgery. Therefore, the Manchester Plastic surgeon will always ask you to stop aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs at least 10 days before your breast uplift surgery. If you do suffer from high blood pressure you should keep taking your tablets and monitor your Blood pressure to reduce the risk of bleeding. Infection:If you do experience redness, swelling and pain you should contact Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon immediately because you may need antibiotics or even another operation. This can affect the final result and you may need revision the surgery. Swelling and bruising: Usually Manchester Breast Uplift patients do experience some swelling and bruising of the breasts postoperatively. It does take weeks for the swelling to settle. Healing problems Rarely the edges of the wounds can come apart, especially at the T- junction. Dr Mounir Plastic surgeon or our Manchester Nurse will need to see you regularly at least three times per week at the Pall Mall Manchester Hospital to offer you wound nursing and dressing. In some cases the Manchester Breast Surgeon may need to remove the tissue that had been infected. Loss of blood supply to the nipple or skin: Some patients in very rarely cases, the nipple/areola complex may lose the blood supply and turn looking blue and then black (necrosis). Dr Mounir Manchester breast surgeon normally will not discharge after the surgery until he makes sure that your nipples and breast are well healthy. Asymmetry: “Breast are sisters not twins” and this would be the case after the surgery. The Manchester Breast uplift mastopexy are usually happy with them cosmetic outcome, however, there is always a risk that your breast uplift will leave you with a slightly uneven breasts. Increased or reduced sensation: Most Manchester Breast Uplift patients will experience some numbness and reduce sensation in the nipples. Dr Mounir Manchester plastic surgeon will warn you that sometimes this change in sensation may be permanent. Unsatisfactory result: Prior to the surgery Dr Mounir Manchester and Liverpool Plastic surgeon will discuss with you your needs and expectations and he will explain to you how he will plan you breast uplift in Manchester. However he will stress to you that no Breast surgeon can or would guarantee you the final cup size and there is always a risk that you may be disappointed with the cosmetic out come and the final cup size. Change over time: Dr Mounir will warn you that ageing, pregnancy and weight loss or weight gain after the surgery will affect your cosmetic outcome and you may need more surgery to maintain your breast Uplift outcome.




Will My Breasts drop again After A Breast Uplift?


During your initial consultation with Manchester Plastic surgeon, Dr Mounir will advise you strongly to postpone any form of breast cosmetic surgery until you completed your family. He will also advise you to achieve your weight target before Breast uplift surgery and not.





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