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Sophie, Breast Implant Removal & Replacement Patient

Pall Mall | Breast Implant removal and Replacement Leeds

Implant removal or replacement surgery

  • From £4,495
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • 2 Years Aftercare
  • 0% finance options available

Victoria, Alisha, Sophie & Gabriella, Pall Mall Patients

Pall Mall | Breast Implant removal and Replacement Manchester

Out with the old & in with the new. Book a free breast implant removal & replacement consultation.

We have experience of delivering 5 star services to over 10,000 patients every year.

This is why our patients rate us Excellent on Trustpilot.

Breast Implant Removal
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
Breast Explant & Replacement
  • Free surgeon consultation
  • Unlimited aftercare for 2 years
Breast Implant Removal & Capsulectomy
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
Breast Implant Removal & Uplift
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
Breast Implant Removal, Replacement & Capsulectomy
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
Breast Implant Removal, Replacement & Uplift
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years

0% interest and flexible finance

Pay Monthly Options

If you'd like to explore using finance as a way to pay for your surgery, your dedicated Patient Co-ordinator can tell you what your monthly repayments will be at your free consultation. If you want to proceed with a finance application, our Patient Co-ordinators can arrange this for you.

Treatment Cost

£4495

£4495

Cost of deposit

£500

£2248

Total amount of credit

£3995

£2247

Repayable by Monthly Payments of

£92.89

£93.62

Duration of Agreement

60 months

24 months

Interest Rate (APR representative)

14.9% APR

0% APR

Interest Rate (Fixed)

14.9%

0%

Cost of Credit

£1578.40

£0

Total amount repayable

£6073.40

£4495

  • Pay over 2 years with 0% APR
  • Pay over 3-5 years with 14.9% APR
  • Flexible deposit options

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Amelia, Rhinoplasty Patient

Pall Mall | Rhinoplasty Surgery Liverpool

What's included in our surgery package?

Our comprehensive surgery packages are inclusive of all pre-op appointments and standard tests (such as MRSA and COVID-19)* as well as unlimited post-op check-up appointments with your surgeon and our nursing team** giving you the ultimate peace of mind. We also offer 24/7 support post surgery with a dedicated contact number allowing you to talk to someone with any concerns whenever they arise.

**Non-standard tests may be chargeable

*Up to 2 years after surgery

What's Included in our Surgery Package?

All Surgeon Consultations You can have as many surgeon consultations as you need to feel fully confident in booking your surgery
Your surgical procedure Including the pre-op, surgeon’s fee, anaesthetist’s fee, hospital fee, implant fee and any other necessary medical materials
Hospital Stay Including meals & accommodation at the hospital if required
Industry Leading Aftercare 2 years full aftercare with unlimited post op appointments with your surgeon and our nursing team.
A Macom Signature Bra Plus a reassurance ultrasound scan of the implants 2 years post-surgery
Revision Surgery If you and your surgeon both agree it is required. Please see our terms and conditions

We put you at the heart of everything we do

Pall Mall Medical | Privately Owned Hospital Newton-Le-Willows

Why choose Pall Mall for Surgery?

Pall Mall Cosmetic is owned and led by doctors –which means we give high quality care without compromise. We’re driven by how we can best deliver what will make you feel great about yourself – from your first call right through to total, attentive aftercare.

  • Care Quality Commission Regulated.
  • Rated 4.95 by our patients.
  • Surgery carried out in our own Private Hospital in Newton-Le-Willows
  • Dedicated Patient Coordinator
  • Free Surgeon Consultations
  • GMC Registered Surgeons
  • Dedicated Patient Experience team

Meet our Consultants & Surgeons

Deciding to replace or remove your breast implants can be a difficult decision, our experienced surgeons can guide you through the process of finding your perfect look. Our team is here with both knowledge and compassion to ensure that you get personalised results that meet all your expectations!

Pall Mall | Rhinoplasty Leeds

What happens during breast implant removal and replacement?

From your first call or email, we’re here to look after you. Whether you’re still researching about surgery and would like more information, or you’re ready to meet a surgeon to see what results you can achieve, our team of Patient Co-ordinators are here to help.

Consultation

The consultation will take between 20-45 minutes, during which, please feel free to ask your surgeon as many questions as you would like, whether this is about the risks involved, the recovery process or the surgery itself.

Pre-Operation

It’s important to us that everyone undergoing surgery is fit and healthy. during a pre op appointment, one of our nurses will examine you to make sure you are medically fit enough for surgery. This includes checking all patients for MRSA as well as preforming blood/urine tests.

Please feel free to make use of the nurse and ask questions about the surgery or even what to bring with you and how to prepare. We want to make sure you feel as comfortable as possible.

Surgery

On the day of your surgery you will be taken to our industry-leading private hospital in Newton-le-Willows. Once you’re settled into our spacious room with en-suite, the surgeon will check in to make sure you’re fit and prepared for the surgery. The procedure is done under general anaesthetic and lasts between 60-90 minutes.

During the surgery, the surgeon will make a discreet incision under your old scar, however there a number of methods you can choose which will be discussed with you in advance.

Post-Surgery

After the surgery, patients tend to be able to go home on the same day, but in some cases may need to stay over night. Post surgery your breasts may appear swollen or discoloured, however, over time the incision lines will fade and the results will gradually improve over the next six months.

Don’t worry though, our Patient Experience team here will be keep in touch and invite you to come into the clinic multiple times over the next six weeks to ensure everything is progressing as expected.

Aftercare

Make sure you take care of yourself after surgery. We’d recommend taking a week off work to make sure you get enough rest. Here at Pall Mall, we have an industry-best aftercare programme which gives you comprehensive cover after your surgery.

Feel free to come into the clinic as often as you like and we will provide you with 24/7 access to our nursing team. Additionally, our surgeons and nurses will keep in touch to ensure you are happy with the outcome of the implant removal/replacement.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Our expert team is always on hand to help, advise and arrange appointments with our specialist consultants.

How long is recovery after breast implant removal surgery?

Recovery after the removal of breast implants is generally shorter than the recovery after the original enlargement surgery, and you can also expect less discomfort this time around. Obviously, every patient is different, and this won’t necessarily be the case for everyone.

Although you may not experience significant discomfort, it is worth keeping in mind that you have still undergone a surgical procedure and it is important that you don’t rush straight back into strenuous activity.

Will I be able to talk to my surgeon/nurses after breast implant removal surgery?

Make sure you take care of yourself after the surgery and we’d recommend taking a week of work. Here at Pall Mall, we have an industry-best aftercare programme which gives you comprehensive cover after your surgery.

Feel free to come into the clinic as often as you like and we will provide you with 24/7 access to our Nurse. Additionally, our surgeons and nurses will keep in touch to ensure you are happy with the outcome of the Impact Removal.

What to expect following your breast implant removal surgery

Following your surgery, it is quite normal to feel some minor pain and discomfort.

You will have been discharged with medications to take to help control your pain, follow the instructions given to you on your discharge.

If you have had general anaesthesia or sedation, this can temporarily affect your coordination and reasoning skills. It is strongly advised that you must not drive, drink alcohol, operate machinery or sign legal documents for 48 hours afterwards.

It is important you do not over stretch or lift during your recovery. Ask for assistance with dressing and allow the person taking you home to carry your bags.

You might feel tired or drowsy for the first few hours - this is related to the anaesthetic and medication given for the surgery.

You will have some pain and discomfort for the first few days - taking regular painkillers will help. Maximum discomfort will occur on the first few days. There will be some swelling and bruising around your operation site, the majority of this will subside in 6-8 weeks.

Can you drive after breast implant removal surgery?

You should not drive yourself home or drive for a minimum of 2 weeks following your surgery. You must be able to do an emergency stop safely without causing discomfort and be able to turn adequately to see blind spots. If you are in doubt about driving, contact your motor insurer so that you are aware of their recommendations, and always follow your surgeon's advice.

Can you smoke before breast implant removal surgery?

You should avoid smoking and using any nicotine products during your recovery as this will affect your body’s ability to recover and can delay wound healing.

You should also avoid vitamins and herbs for 10 days before surgery.

Should I stop taking my medication before my breast implant removal surgery?

Before your breast implant removal surgery, please inform staff if you take any other medications to minimise the risk of contraindications. Complete the full course of antibiotics if prescribed.

Take your painkillers as prescribed- try to take regularly for the first few days, avoid any aspirin containing drugs as they will thin the blood and increase the bleeding risk. Your normal bowel action may be disrupted following surgery, you may take a mild over the counter laxative if required.

What should I eat post breast implant removal surgery?

Fluids are critical following surgery. Stick with a light nutritious diet for the first 24- 48 hours. Following your surgery, it is important to eat foods high in protein and full of vitamins and minerals to help aid the healing process

What activities am I allowed to do after breast implant removal surgery?

Limit your activities for the first week to avoid unnecessary bleeding. However, do not remain immobile due to the risk of deep vein thrombosis- keep stockings on until you have returned to your normal mobility.

▪ You should avoid any strenuous exercise and swimming for at least 6 to 8 weeks.

▪ Avoid exposure of the breasts to direct sunlight/sunbeds for at least 6 months.

▪ Be sure to avoid vigorous or excessive stretching or lifting for 4-6 weeks

How long do I have to keep my dressing on after breast implant removal surgery?

Leave dressings intact until they are removed in the clinic. You will usually have dissolvable sutures in place - these will dissolve in a few months following surgery. It is common to have some blood strike through onto the dressings but if it appears fully soaked or leaking through, please contact your clinic for an early dressing change.

Avoid getting the wound wet until all the dressings are removed. After they have been removed only shower - avoid soaking your wound in the bath for 6-8 weeks post operatively.

How do you take care of your breasts after breast implant removal surgery?
  • Wear a suitable post op garment, day and night for at least 6 weeks, avoiding under wire. Adjust it to ensure it doesn’t rub on your incisions.
  • Follow your surgeon's advice on how long you should take off work.
  • Wear loose and comfortable clothing that will not rub on your incisions.
  • should be a minimal of 1-2 weeks depending on your job.If you notice any undue swelling, pain, bleeding, fever, or discharge from your wounds please contact your clinic.
  • Do not apply anything on your scars unless advised by your own surgeon.
What type of anaesthetic is used during breast implant removal surgery?

For this surgery you will be placed under general anaesthetic and monitored closely throughout the whole surgery. This is a controlled state of unconsciousness to ensure you don’t feel pain or move while surgery is being carried out.

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