Spire Thames Valley Hospital 01753 665434
Spire Dunedin 0118 9553420
Berkshire Independent Hospital 01753 665434

Correction of breast asymmetry

Breast asymmetry can be very distressing and is correctable by a combination of one or more of the breast procedures that have already been described.

  • Augmentation with an implant
  • Reduction
  • Uplift (mastopexy) with or without an implant
  • A combination of the above

Careful consideration needs to be given to the indications for each technique and how this will meet your requirements. There are short and long term indications of all procedures and it may be preferable to accept an equal pair of slightly smaller breasts by reducing the larger breast rather than enlarging the smaller breast with an implant. Apart from the scars a breast reduction is a reliable and stable long term procedure without long term implications whereas the use of a breast implant does carry ongoing risks related to the implants which are described in the relevant section of this website.

COVID-19 Update

With the present curtailment of activity in private hospitals we are no longer able to see or treat Private Patients except in emergencies. Unfortunately there is no indication as to when we may be able to resume normal activity. If you have concerns or wish to register for a future appointment please contact one of the following; For Spire Thames Valley, Circle Reading or Chiltern Hospitals: Jackie Pincham 01753665434. For Spire Dunedin in Reading: Natalie Headley 01189521319. For the Berkshire independent Hospital in Reading Ann Randall; 0118 902 8121. We apologise for any inconvenience and look forward to being of assistance in the future. Stay safe and healthy. John Dickinson