Women with overly large breasts can have breast reduction surgery in Cheshire with world-class cosmetic surgeon Anca Breahna.
Large breasts can develop because of heredity or weight gain. The size of the breasts can make it difficult to buy clothes that fit well and can be an impediment when playing sport. The weight of the breasts can cause significant back and neck pain, affect the posture and pull on the bra straps causing unsightly grooves on the shoulders. Some women suffer from persistent rashes in the fold underneath the breasts.
Breast reduction surgery provides a solution to these problems. It is a safe and effective procedure in the skilled hands of a surgeon as qualified and experienced as Anca Breahna.
Contact Anca Breahna’s clinic today for more information about how she can help with your breast issues.
What is breast reduction surgery?
During breast reduction surgery Miss Breahna removes excess fat, breast tissue and skin to create a breast size that is more in harmony with the rest of your body.
She will also re-contour the breast to create a pleasing shape. Miss Breahna will reduce the areola size and reposition it to fit the new size of your breast.
How long will it take to recover from breast surgery?
Miss Breahna will examine you before you leave and ensure that you know how to care for yourself once you go home.
You will need to rest after surgery and should schedule recovery time for two weeks including time off work. Driving should be possible after two weeks depending on the recovery of your wound. Although it is important to keep active, you should not return to the gym for 12 weeks.
Why choose Anca Breahna for your breast surgery in Cheshire?
As a woman herself, Anca Breahna understands how you feel about your breasts. She knows that large breasts can cause cosmetic and functional issues but that they can also be a cause of embarrassment, making women feel uncomfortable about their bodies. Miss Breahna is renowned for her caring approach and will put you at your ease so that you can approach your procedure with confidence.
In addition to her thriving private practice, Miss Breahna is also a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Countess of Chester NHS Foundation Trust, where breast reconstruction is one of her specialities. Her private practice allows her to use her expertise to transform the self-confidence and happiness of women who are dissatisfied with their breasts.
Apart from her personal qualities, Miss Breahna is also a world-class surgeon with numerous fellowships and awards, including the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Plast) and the Fellowship of the European Board of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (FEBOPRAS). Miss Brehna is on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery.
Miss Breahna’s clinic in Chester is at the Grosvenor Hospital, also known as Nuffield Health, which has been providing excellent patient care since 1975.
How to find Miss Breahna’s clinic in Cheshire
Anca Breahna’s clinic is in the Grosvenor Hospital, a couple of miles from the centre of Chester.
Cheshire is in the North West of England, bordered by Merseyside and Greater Manchester. It is a largely rural county with a few large towns, and Chester is its main city.
If you have time to explore Chester when you come for your consultation with Miss Breahna, you will find it full of historical interest. The Romans founded Chester and the walls they built can still be seen surrounding the central part of the city. The beautiful River Dee runs through Chester, and riverboat tours are a favourite tourist activity.
Clients come to consult Miss Breahna from across Cheshire and the North West region. The clinic is easily accessed by road and public transport.
Chester Main Office
The Grosvenor Hospital
Chester CH4 7QP.
Tel: 07538 012918
Arriving by car
From the west:
Take the A55 to junction 58, turning on to the A483 towards Chester. After just a couple more miles, the Grosvenor Hospital will be signposted to the right.
From the east:
From the east, head towards Chester, typically on the A51 or A54, depending on whether you are to the north or south of the city.
In either case, you will come on to the A55, the North Wales Expressway. Follow this until junction 38, then take the third exit off the roundabout and follow signs for Chester. The Grosvenor Hospital is then just two miles further along, located on the right.
Arriving by public transport
Chester has a train station with connections across the North West, including a direct line from Manchester. The Grosvenor Hospital is a short taxi journey away from the station.
Alternatively, walk to Railway Station S4 bus stop. Take a bus to Wrexham, which passes the Grosvenor Hospital within around seven minutes. The hospital is a two-minute walk from the bus stop.