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Breast implant removal is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of breast implants. Breast replacement surgery, on the other hand, involves the replacement of old breast implants with new ones. The replacement implants can be of the same size, shape, and material as the old ones or different.
These procedures can be performed for both medical and cosmetic reasons. Generally, breast implants need to be removed or replaced after 10 to 15 years due to issues such as bottoming out, capsular contracture, rotation, and displacement, resulting in an uneven appearance or gap between the breasts.
As women undergo natural changes in their body due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, aging, and weight loss, their breast preferences may also change. Therefore, breast implant removal or replacement surgery is often combined with other procedures such as breast uplift or re-augmentation to meet their changing needs and desires.
Breast implant removal presents an opportunity for women to re-evaluate their breasts and their surgery requirements to ensure they are happy with their breasts. Re-augmentation is a popular choice for women who want to increase their breast size.
Daycase (no overnight stay)
3 - 7 days
Bruising, swelling, temporary numbness
Infection, bad scarring, asymmetry, bleeding
1 week, 3 months (after surgery)
2 weeks - normal activities
12 weeks until final result. Scars continue to improve over 18 months
Breast implant removal costs start from £3,516, but can vary depending on whether you require or desire additional surgery, and whether your implants are being replaced or just removed. All of our prices include pre-operative assessments, clinic fees, and comprehensive aftercare. We also offer finance to spread the cost of your procedure.
Breast Implant Removal
Breast Implant Removal & Mastopexy
Breast Implant Removal with Capsulectomy
If you are a prospective patient, please download the informed consent form below. This includes information about the treatment, potential risks and contraindications.