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Short Scar Breast Enlargement or Augmentation

Guide price

From £4,509 including 3D Simulation and 4D Augmented Reality of your result 

Includes round or tear drop shaped implants

Length of Surgery
1 hour

General anaesthetic (asleep)

Length of Stay
Home the same day (day case)

Time off work
Return to light daily activities from day 1, one week off depending on occupation

Full recovery time/can resume sports
4­ - 6 weeks

Breast augmentation best result after photo. Best breast augmentation surgeon UK, Yorkshire, Cheshire, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, York, Harrogate, Chester

Before and after pictures of Mr Adamthwaite's breast augmentation results


Breast augmentation (implants) before and after


Breast augmentation (implants) before and after


Breast augmentation (implants) before and after


Breast augmentation (implants) before and after

Breast Augmentation Video Testimonials

Before picture breast augmentation (boob job)
After picture brast augmentation (boob job)
Before picture breast augmentation (boob job)
After picture breast augmentation (boob job)

All you need to know about breast augmentation

Breast enlargement, also known as breast augmentation or 'boob job', involves enlarging the breasts using implants and/or fat transfer. There are many different reasons for wanting breast augmentation surgery, including to increase the overall bust size, to match up differently sized breasts, or to enhance breast shape and volume after pregnancy, weight loss or ageing.

Short Scar Breast Enlargement

Mr Adamthwaite uses a short scar technique for his breast augmentation surgery. This results in a scar which is 25% shorter than standard breast augmentation techniques. This is facilitated by use of a sleeve (Keller Funnel) to insert the implant and special surgical instruments. 

Breast Implant Size and Shape


Implants can be round or tear-drop shaped, placed under the muscle or over the muscle and made of different materials such as silicone or saline.

The size, shape and position of the implants are extremely important and Mr Adamthwaite will carefully advise you about the implants which will give you the best results. He tailors his technique, whether it be subglandular breast augmentation, submuscular or dual plane breast augmentation, fat transfer breast augmentation or fat transfer assisted breast augmentation, to the individual.

Motiva, B-Lite, Allergan, Mentor and Polytech Breast Implants

Mr Adamthwaite uses a variety of breast implants and following a detailed assessment in clinic will advise you on the implant most likely to achieve the best outcome for you.  Implants Mr Adamthwaite uses include Motiva, B-Lite, Allergan, Mentor and Polytech. 

B-Lite Lightweight Breast Implants 

B-Lite breast implants are filled with a microsphere enhanced silicone gel which reduces their weight by 30%. The microspheres, made from high purity and biocompatible borosilicate, are fixed into the cohesive gel. These lightweight breast implants have the potential to reduce back and neck pain and stretching of the breast tissue over time. They may also be of benefit to active women who pursue sports.

3D Simulation of Breast Implant Surgery

Mr Adamthwaite uses the latest 3D imaging technology to simulate the results of your breast augmentation surgery.

Implant Guarantee with Mr Adamthwaite's Breast Surgery


Automatic enrolment to a warranty programme for silicone breast implants.

Pricing guide for breast augmentation with Mr Adamthwaite

​Pricing for breast augmentation with Mr Adamthwaite is from £4,509. This is an all-inclusive package:


All fees (hospital, surgeon, anaesthetist) 

All aftercare

All follow up appointments (Mr Adamthwaite's follow up appointments are all free of charge and there is no time limit placed on this)

Lifetime Implant Guarantee

Will I have a scar?

A scar is inevitable but in breast surgery the incision is made in a place where the scar is not usually visible.

The incision is usually placed in the fold underneath the breast (the infra-mammary fold) but can also be made around the nipple or in the armpit.

Will my implants need to be replaced?

Implants can last 20 years or more and you do not need to automatically replace your implants. Old research data has previously suggested replacement every 10 to 15 years. However, with newer fifth generation implants and a better understanding of how to minimise complications, this is no longer the case. If you are not experiencing any problems with your implants it is not necessary to replace them unless you are looking to make cosmetic improvements.

Do breast implants increase my risk of getting breast cancer?

Several large studies have shown that implants do not increase the risk of breast cancer.

In fact, studies have shown that women with implants have lower rates of the disease. 

However, breast implants do require radiographers to use  a different technique when performing mammograms. Therefore be sure to inform your radiographer that you have implants.

Do I need a special bra?

It is important after surgery to support your breasts with a well-fitting bra for the first 6 weeks.

Please see Mr Adamthwaite's recent blog post for more information about post surgery bras.

Will I be able to breast feed?

The insertion of breast implants does not routinely interfere with the ducts that connect breast tissue to the nipple, so breast feeding should not be affected by surgery.

Current guidelines also say that silicone does not affect breast milk and it is safe to breast feed.

However, if the nerve supply in the breast is damaged, this can affect the ability to produce milk but this is very rare.

What are the possible complications of breast augmentation?

It is rare but about 1% of cases can develop a haematoma. This is when bleeding into the breast causes swelling and pain. In these cases, the patient must return to the operating theatre for the blood to be drained. With quick, effective treatment, no serious long-term problems will occur.

Infection is also a very rare complication with all surgery. In these cases the implant is removed and a course of antibiotics is given. A new implant can be reinserted 3 to 6 months later.

Nipple sensation can be reduced or even lost after surgery but this is very rare, occurring in less than 1% of cases.

Later complications include visibility of the implant, rupture of the implant and capsular contracture. These problems are infrequent and can be treated with revision surgery.

If you have any questions about breast augmentation surgery and whether it is right for you, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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