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With advancing years, our soft tissues and skin lose some of their tightness as our collagen production slows down. This consequent loss of elasticity allows areas of the body to sag, some more than others. Because they have weight and are markedly changed by hormonal shifts throughout a woman’s life, many women seek to decide to reverse or improve their breasts by opting for some form of cosmetic breast surgery.
Cosmetic Surgery Partners have unique experience in breast surgery with the surgeons having developed and introduced a number of techniques. These include the glandular slide-vertical scar for breast reduction and ABBA (Anti-Biotic Breast Augmentation) for breast enlargenment that are now industry norms in cosmetic surgery.
Among our breast surgery experts is Miles Berry. Mr Berry co-authored the Oncoplastic Breast Surgery textbook, which was produced by the Curie Hospital in Paris. With three papers on breast augmentation published in JPRAS this year, Mr Berry is a Master of Surgery and accredited surgeon in the GMC Specialist register. He is also a regular contributor to BBC Radio, the Daily Mail, MORE and Weight Watchers.
Why choose us? Cosmetic Surgery Partners has vast industry experience, and our team of qualified consultants and expert surgeons will ensure your breast surgery experience is a positive one. If you’re considering having breast surgery, and would like to know more, feel free to get in touch and talk to us today. We’ll book you in for an initial consultation and work out the best course of action to help make your body look as good as it possibly can.
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Cosmetic Surgery Partners,
The London Welbeck Hospital,
27 Welbeck Street,
0207 486 6778