Breast ReductionsTrust in Clear Law
Regrettably things might not always go the way you hoped they would and should you find yourself in this position then Clear Law can help. Fill in our call back form and one of our expert lawyers will be able to call you back and help you with a claim for compensation. As many botched procedures will need corrective surgery, this compensation will help with the cost of putting it right.
Before any cosmetic procedure, you need to understand the dangers and risks involved. Clear Law are committed to providing everything you need, steering you through the wealth of information available to help you to make an informed decision about your procedure.
What is Breast Reduction Surgery?
Breast Reduction Surgery is a procedure used to remove some of the excess tissue in the breast, reducing the breasts to a more manageable size.
What happens after the procedure?
You will usually be kept in hospital for 24 hours after this procedure, as you will need time to recover from the general anaesthetic. You should wear a support bra for several weeks after the surgery to stop the weight of your breasts pulling on the wound and delaying the healing process. After one or two weeks you will usually be able to return to work, but avoid doing any vigorous exercise for at least six weeks.
How much does Breast Reduction Surgery cost?
Breast Reduction Surgery can cost up to £5,000. The procedure is suitable for women who are struggling with the size of their breasts for physical or cosmetic reasons. Women with larger-than-average breasts can suffer severe back, shoulder and neck pain, or less serious but just as frustrating, struggle to find clothes that fit. Breast Reduction Surgery can offer a solution for these problems.
What Happens Next?
We are able to assist you in dealing with complaints, seeking answers or making a claim for you. We have an expert team dealing with cosmetic plastic surgery procedures which have gone wrong or fallen below the standard you’d expect, all types of breast augmentation surgery (including PIPs), tummy/stomach tucks, liposuction and rhinoplasty procedures, to list only a few.
Whatever your issue, we’ll work with you and direct you through the entire legal process. Complete our claim form and we can start your claim today.
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