Breast Surgery Claims
Breast surgery of any kind is one of the most common types of cosmetic surgery in the UK. Undergoing this kind of treatment is done by women, and men, of all ages and for a number of different reasons. These could be medical – such as large breasts causing back pain – or cosmetic – such as having larger pectoral implants inserted.
Regardless of your reason for undergoing surgery, you should feel confident that the operation itself and your post-op care will be carried out to the highest possible standard. Unfortunately, if your surgery goes wrong, or if the results are not as good as you expected, you want to know that you are going to be looked after.
Here at The Claims Partnership, we have years of experience with handling breast surgery claims, and we understand that the emotional repercussions can be just as difficult as the physical ones. If you feel that your breast surgery did not go according to plan, we can help get you the compensation you deserve.
Types of breast surgery
- Breast augmentation
- Breast reduction
- Breast uplift
- Breast reconstruction
Complications following breast surgery
Following any kind of cosmetic surgery procedure, some discomfort and irritation is to be expected. However, there are a number of symptoms that may indicate something has gone wrong:
- Blood clotting
- Loss of nipple sensation
- Excessive scarring
- Ruptured implants
- Post-surgery infection
- Hardening of implants due to scar tissue formation
- Nerve damage
- Visible implants leading to surface rippling of the breast
- Asymmetrical breasts
- Unsightly bruising
- Emotional distress e.g. anxiety, depression, low self-esteem or loss of confidence