Interested in finding out more information about all types of breast symptoms and cosmetic surgery? Read our blog to discover expert advice, extensive guides, and the latest news about all things breast related! 
Not everyone will end up with saggy boobs after weight loss, but some people will find it happens, particularly if they lose a lot of weight in a short space of time. Loose skin on breasts after weight loss is a common complaint we hear and it can really affect your confidence and self-esteem. 
Staying on trend is an important part of many people’s lives and the beauty standards of today have amplified the pressure to keep up. With constant access to social media, there is more time and an incentive to compare yourself to others online. This has resulted in a surge of dangerous beauty trends that are claimed to improve your image and overall self-confidence. 
Breast fat transfer, also known as lipofilling, has become a procedure that’s grown in popularity in the UK over the years. Removing the fat from unwanted areas to transfer to your breasts can create an unmistakable boost in appearance. To simply put, this procedure transforms a woman’s breasts from contouring and symmetry to shape and volume enhancement. 
If you are unhappy with the size and shape of your breasts, there are several options available to you. You may wish to have implants to enlarge your breasts. Alternatively, you may just want a breast lift to improve the look and feel of your breasts. Or you might want a combination of both. 
You may be considering going abroad for surgery. Perhaps because the surgery is not available on the NHS or you are put off by the prices charged by private clinics. 
We ask, are cheaper prices worth going abroad for surgery? What happens if the surgery goes wrong? Let’s take a look at the costly implications of going abroad for surgery. 
Having surgery is an incredibly important decision that can give you life changing results. That is why surgeons have a duty to be responsible and ethical in their application. At Suffolk Breast Practice, our patients’ welfare is at the heart of our service. 
Having surgery can be daunting and exciting at the same time. It is an experience that can offer life-changing results. However, have you considered what to do if your breast surgery goes wrong? 
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