Breast enlargement in Perth or ‘breast augmentation mammaplasty’ is a cosmetic procedure to enlarge and improve the shape of a woman’s breasts by the insertion of breast implants. The procedure – referred to by some as a ‘boob job’ in Perth – can also correct slight sagging of the breasts and increase firmness.
Breast Implants in Perth
In Perth, breast enlargement is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedures. It can dramatically enhance the appearance of a woman’s breasts.
A breast augmentation in Perth may be an option for you if:
- You feel your breasts are smaller than normal or out of proportion to your body size.
- Your breasts have reduced in size following pregnancy or breastfeeding.
- Your breasts are uneven in size.
Book a Consultation
To find out if Perth breast augmentation is right for you, the first step is to book a consultation with one of our specialist plastic surgeons. They will discuss your expectations and go through sizing options, benefits and risks with you. Pricing and post-operative recovery and care will also be discussed. Your surgeon will also provide you with a range of before and after photos to view.
Your first surgeon consultation will cost $185 and is pre-paid. It is without obligation and deductable against the cost of your surgery if you choose to go ahead.
We offer a special package for breast augmentation patients, for one all-inclusive price of $8,990 – covering surgery performed safely in a premium, fully-accredited hospital in Perth. Find out more about our Fabulous Breasts package.
At Assure Cosmetic Centre, you are in the care of an expert medical team. You will always feel informed, comfortable and confident.
Frequently Asked Questions
The goal of breast augmentation surgery is to enlarge your breasts to a size that is in better proportion with your physique. It is important that you are choosing breast implant surgery for the right reasons.
Your plastic surgeon at Assure is the best person to determine if your expectations are achievable and can give you a good idea of the likely size you will be after surgery. They will take your desired size into consideration when recommending the right implant for you.
Our Perth plastic surgeons use safe, silicone gel implants. Our implant supplier is one of the world’s leading implant manufacturers, Mentor (Johnson & Johnson), credited with very high safety and quality standards.
Breast implants are placed behind the breast tissue either in front of or behind the pectoral muscle. A small incision is made either under the breast, around the nipple or in the armpit. Your plastic surgeon will determine the most suitable approach for you.
Breast augmentation in Perth is performed in an accredited hospital. You can expect to be discharged that same day or in some cases, the next day. You will need to attend a post-operative consultation approximately 5-7 days after breast enlargement surgery, and again 6 weeks later.
Scars are an inevitable result of any surgery. However, with breast enlargement they are only a few centimetres long and fade with time. They are positioned so they are barely noticeable.
Unwanted side effects from breast augmentation are uncommon. They include one implant becoming fixed in a slightly higher or lower position than the other, or a capsule of scar tissue forming around the implant.
Breast implants do not interfere with breastfeeding, and there is no evidence that modern breast implants cause cancer or any other disease.
A post-operative care plan will be discussed with you before and after your procedure. Post-operative reviews will also be scheduled with your plastic surgeon at 2 and 6 weeks after surgery and later at 6 months.
You can expect some bruising and swelling for a few weeks after surgery. Returning to work and your normal activities is an individual matter, and your plastic surgeon will advise you.
Most patients are back to their regular routine in 2-3 weeks, although resuming strenuous exercise may take a little longer. Depending on your type of work, you can expect to resume work 1-6 weeks after breast enlargement surgery.
There is no set lifespan of breast implants, but you may have to change or remove them at some stage during your lifetime. The risk of problems or rupture is very low, however follow-up after breast implant surgery is very important. If you notice any changes in the shape or feel of your implants, it is important to get this checked by your plastic surgeon.
Our breast implant supplier is one of the world’s leading implant manufacturers, Mentor (Johnson & Johnson), credited with very high safety and quality standards.
Yes, absolutely. As part of your initial consultation with your plastic surgeon you will be provided with an extensive gallery of before and after photography (with approval granted by previous patients) for you to view and discuss.
Your first consultation with your specialist plastic surgeon will cost $185 and is pre-paid. It is without obligation and deductable against the cost of your surgery if you choose to go ahead. The cost of breast implants in Perth is a commonly asked question. Your consultation will allow you to discuss this and other questions to help you make an informed decision.
We offer a special package for breast augmentation patients – for one all-inclusive price of $8,990 (including GST), which covers your specialist plastic surgeon’s fee, anaesthetist’s fee, all hospital and theatre fees, the cost of your implants and post-operative care. Read more about our Fabulous Breasts package here.
Medicare and private health insurance rebates are not typically available for breast implant surgery in Perth. Your surgeon can provide you with more information, but you would then need to talk to your private health insurer to determine if they will provide any cover.
A good starting point is to book a consultation with one of our experienced team at Assure Cosmetic Centre. You will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns and ask questions. You will be provided with detailed information regarding the treatments or procedures that can help you, the expected outcomes, and the costs involved. Click here to make an appointment.
The Australian Foundation for Plastic Surgery (part of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons) is a helpful and reliable source of information online. Their website is an excellent place to research a range of surgical procedures and non-surgical treatments, and view video animations. Click here to visit their website.