Breast Asymmetry – Prices
If you have a size or shape difference between your breasts known as breast asymmetry or poland sydrome, we can improve it with surgery. Surgery to correct and improve this can involve:
Breast enlargement from £5,800
Breast reduction from £8,820
Breast uplift from £7,340
Nipple reduction from £2,100
It is important to note that these are guide prices as prices can vary dependent on your surgeon and the technique used. A more accurate price can be given at your consultation, to reflect your individual needs.
If you have breast asymmetry and are considering having the differences in the size or shape of your bust improved, please complete our contact form or call us now to book your free consultation.
What elements make up the overall cost of Breast Asymmetry Correction?
As a general rule breast asymmetry correction costs are divided into:
- The cost of the implant (if having a breast enlargement)
- The surgeon
- The anaesthetist
- The hospital facility
It is worth clarifying the exact costs of each element of your surgery prior to your operation and also enquiring whether your breast asymmetry correction surgery costs do include the potential for overnight stay following your surgery, all medication, follow up appointments and any further surgery that might be required.
So what is covered in the cost charged by Aurora Clinics?
At Aurora Clinics, the cost of your surgery to improve your breast asymmetry includes all your surgery and unlimited appointments following your procedure. It also includes all of your hospital fees.
Financing your surgery
To help you spread the cost of your procedure, we have a range of flexible finance options. Find out more about our cosmetic surgery finance.
Need more information?
- Read our online Trust Pilot and Real Self reviews
- Watch our surgeon videos covering frequently asked questions
- See before and after photographs in our extensive gallery to compare and contrast results with your body shape
- Get in touch and we will email you information on our surgeons and clinics and how to book a no obligation consultation.