In contrast to many surgeons, Mr Harris takes a very individualised, bespoke approach to all of his patients. He explores desired outcome, and shares lots of photographs of similar patients who have agreed to have their images used to gain an accurate assessment of the patients desired outcome.
All implants have pros and cons and there is no perfect breast implant despite what some breast implant companies advertise. It’s also important to recognise that breast augmentation will not be life-long, with implants lasting, on average, around 12 years. Additional surgery will therefore be needed at some stage in the future.
Breast implants can be combined with an uplift operation, and Mr Harris increasingly uses fat transfer to provide additional soft-tissue coverage to reduce the visibility problems that some implants have. This combination of fat transfer and silicone breast implants is called hybrid or composite breast augmentation.