Breast Asymmetry Surgery Swindon – Benefits
However, there can be psychological benefits too. Breast asymmetry can lead to issues of reduced self-confidence and self-esteem as some women have lived with the issue since the onset of puberty. Correction can help with issues of self-image.
The procedure itself can be performed in a number of ways and will vary depending on the exact nature of the asymmetry and the desired results. A patient’s own tissue can be used through fat implants, or implants or expanders might be more appropriate – a combination of approaches might also lead to the desired results.
Surgery can even have secondary benefits, for instance if fat transfer is used this would be grafted from an area where the patient might wish to have some excess fat removed, for instance the tummy region.
Every patient is different and the consultation is key – this held at a time convenient to you in Swindon.
The consultation is the opportunity for prospective patient and surgeon to discuss in detail – what are the patient’s aims for surgery, what results do they seek to achieve? The surgeon performs a thorough examination and can recommend a best course of action or alternate options, outlining full details of each including recovery time.
A second consultation is then common, this allowing the patient time to consider follow up questions and consider if breast asymmetry surgery is truly for them.
Why Consider Elena Prousskaia?
In Swindon there are many highly skilled surgeons who can offer a consultation and then perform this surgery. Why should you consider Elena Prousskaia?
Elena is not the only surgeon who can achieve superb results, but she does have a CV that sets her apart. She is a world renowned surgeon, not just among women but among surgeons full stop.
Importantly, she also specialises in breast surgery. Elena has 20 years’ experience and in that time has held numerous Fellowships around the world in microsurgical breast reconstruction. Fellowships have been held in Italy, Spain, India, Belgium, Japan and in London’s world renowned Guys and St Thomas’. Elena’s ability to perform breast asymmetry surgery is clear.
Elena has also won numerous awards and, among other qualifications is a Board Certified UK Consultant Plastic Surgeon.
Please take the time to read about Elena’s experience on site, accomplishments are not listed to boast, instead so that you can compare her against other surgeons and see how her credentials compare to any other surgeon operating in Swindon or indeed the UK.
The ethos of the surgeon is also worthy of consideration, are they truly patient focused. Of her ethos, Elena says:
“The one thing that matters most to me when I am with a patient is empathy.
It is only when you are able to identify and understand your patients’ problems that you can begin to help resolve them satisfactorily.
“A good surgical outcome is not the only thing that matters. Everything that you do and say to a patient has to come from your heart.”
That she delivers upon this is shown through independent, verified reviews.
On the iwantgreatcare.org site, Elena has 100% five star reviews and glowing testimonials, similarly the reviews of her work in Swindon, including for breast asymmetry, are all five stars on Google.
If you believe that breast asymmetry surgery might be suitable for you, please arrange for a consultation in Swindon at a time convenient to you.
If you would like to book a consultation, please call on 0800 8021 886 or book a consultation online.
Swindon is a large town in the county of Wiltshire between Bristol and Reading, as of the 2011 census it has a population of slightly more than 182,000. Swindon is referred to in the 1086 Domesday Book as Suindune, the name deriving from Pig Town.
It remained a small market town until around 1848 but this changed as it gained connection to London through the birth of the modern railway network.
As benoîts a town of such size, there have been many famous and notable people who were born in Swindon or have resided there. The list includes Gilbert O’Sullivan, Julian Clary, Rick Davies – founding member of Superrtramp – and Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues.