The decision to have any Cosmetic Breast Surgical procedure is a very personal and individual one that requires careful consideration of all the information available.
Every woman is different and will have very different cosmetic surgery needs, desires and goals. It is essential that she has a clear understanding of the individualised options available, as well as the specific risks and complications of proceeding with cosmetic breast surgery.
It is also very important that any patient is fully informed of how her future breast health may be altered by the surgery. An Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, who is familiar with all aspects of breast health and disease, is qualified to be able to give comprehensive advice as well as a full breast health assessment (including a risk assessment of future disease).
This section of the website is designed to provide the starting point for reading and research.
It is hoped that it will provide answers to many of the commonly asked questions and concerns women have.
There are also useful links to other recommended websites that offer balanced and evidenced information.
Mr Brown has never used any PIP implants, nor have any ever been implanted in Cornwall patients in the NHS or Private Sector (see News).
Safety, Reliability and Quality are of paramount importance.
Silicone implant safety and future risks will always be discussed in detail with any patient considering implants for either cosmetic or reconstruction purposes during a consultation.