Benefits of Breast Implants
The breast implant procedure will have an obvious physical impact, but it can also do so much to boost confidence and self esteem.
In this page, we will provide details about breast implant procedures in London, including key information, and also outline why you should consider Elena Prousskaia for the procedure.
Having breasts that are too small, or not the desired shape can greatly impact any woman’s state of mind, Elena Prousskaia understands these concerns and how the surgery is about so much more than the physical change.
The surgery can also help to resolve issues such as tuberous and asymmetrical breast, implants helping to resolve issues in the shape of breasts, or address any imbalance.
For many women, the need for some form of breast surgery may be apparent from puberty and yet it is only much later that they are able to afford a procedure.
Ms Prousskaia sums up the impact surgery can have when speaking of her ethos. She 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.
I consider myself very lucky to be able to share my passion for what I do and hopefully bring a bit more happiness into my patients’ lives.
Breast Implant Procedure
The process for breast implants always begins with a detailed consultation, this is your opportunity to outline your hopes for surgery and Ms Prousskaia to recommend a plan of best action.
If surgery is the best option, the procedure is one that is performed regularly in London’s private hospitals. It is a procedure that a large number of cosmetic surgeons can perform, but that is not to say all results are equal. Few can come even close to Ms Prousskaia’s expertise in breast surgery.
The benefit of this skill and experience is shown in the final results – breast implants that lead to a size and shape that makes the profound difference you seek, yet looks completely natural and in tune with your body. This is the aim of world class cosmetic surgery; to produce visible improvement, but not in a visible way.
The operation itself typically takes around an hour and is performed under general anaesthetic.
Ms Prousskaia would make an incision either in the crease below the breast, under the arm or around the nipple.
From there, the breast implant is inserted between the breast tissue and chest muscle or behind the chest wall muscle.
Breast Implant Results
To see before and after images from past patients, please visit our main breast augmentation treatment page, these are fair images taken under consistent lighting conditions.
The surgery can produce the physical change that is desired, and so too the psychological change; the boost to confidence and self esteem. Results look natural, giving the breasts better shape and definition but in keeping with the rest of your body, height and weight.
The results achieve the boost to self-esteem that many seek too. Ms Prousskaia speaks often of the joy seeing the change brings, and how it transforms people’s lives.
Why Consider Elena Prousskaia?
While you may know that you want an expert in breast implant surgery in London, you may not be sure which surgeon to choose. After all, there is no shortage of choice in the capital.
Please consider Ms Prousskaia because:
Her CV is stunning
She has almost 20 years’ experience as a cosmetic surgeon having carried eight years training in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Just as importantly, she is a true specialist in breast surgery, including the use of breast implants, both to add volume, shape and size, but also to address concerns such as asymmetry and tuberous breasts.
She has specialised in helping those who have suffered breast cancer to rebuild their body and confidence.
Her list of Fellowships can be compared to those for any surgeon, arguably the most prestigious being the Fellowship in microsurgical breast reconstruction and Breast Oncoplastic Surgery at London’s prestigious Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital. This demonstrates a level of expertise in breast implants that few in the capital can match.
Other fellowships have included Barcelona, Milan, India, Belgium and the University Hospital in Tokyo – here experiencing the very latest techniques and developments in plastic surgery.
She has held many awards and had peer review work published in medical publications. Please read more about her CV on site.
Ms Prousskaia’s reviews are also universally positive, these independent, verified reviews from past patients.
Ms Prousskaia always holds thorough consultations with all prospective patients. At these, you have the chance to talk and detail the changes you seek, Ms Prousskaia will listen, factor in your medical history and suggest a plan of best action.
In common with all leading surgeons, she adheres to the highest standards of patient care and only recommends a procedure when it is truly in a patient’s best interests.
Please have a read and a look round the site and if you want to have that initial consultation to discuss whether it is the right procedure for you please call on 0800 8021 886 or book a consultation online.
London, the capital city of England, is renowned for medical expertise.
Harley Street, located in Marylebone and named after former Lord Mayor Thomas Harley, is perhaps the most famous location relating to the medical profession in the UK.
Many leading practitioners across a wide range of medical specialisms have clinics in Harley Street.
Location wise, it is highly accessible, with close proximity to Regent’s Park, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street tube stations and also mainline stations including Euston and Kings Cross.
As you would expect of a street of such influence it has featured in many cultural works and had many famous residents.
Agatha Christie regularly used Harley Street as a locations it features in, among other stories, And Then There Were None, Crooked House and Death on the Clouds.
Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility has many chapters based in London and specifically Harley Street.
Real life residents have included artist JMW Turner, Labour MP Harriet Harman and also Lionel Logue – the speech therapist who helped King George VI and is represented in the King’s Speech.