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Breast Augmentation Compensation Claims
In 2015 it was recorded that 9,652 people had breast surgery in the UK. Breast surgery can be fairly routine and so thankfully avoidable injuries are rare. Women undergo this treatment for medical or cosmetic reasons. It can be reconstructive surgery following a mastectomy or a patient who is dissatisfied with the current size of her breasts.
Our solicitors are experts in dealing with breast augmentation claims. They can help you get the compensation you deserve. They have represented many victims Breast Augmentation Claims and obtained justice on their behalf. Contact a solicitor today for a Free Claim Assessment on 0800 999 3372.
Thankfully, the majority of breast surgery procedures are carried out to a high standard. However, mistakes are made that lead to Breast Augmentation Claims. If you feel you may have been the victim of medical negligence contact our solicitors today for a No Obligation Claim Assessment.
What Is Breast Enlargement or Augmentation Surgery?
Breast surgery involves inserting an artificial implant under the breast tissue, or alternatively under the chest muscle behind the breast. It is a difficult procedure and without expert care negligence can result in Breast Augmentation Claims.
The breast implant is usually made up of an outer layer of silicone, and are usually filled with silicone gel or salt water. The implants usually last approximately 10 years. The surgeon should have an initial consultation with you. During this consultation the surgeon should discuss the size, shape and type of implants which are most suitable for you.
What Risks are Involved in Breast Enlargement Surgery Leading to Breast Augmentation Claims?
He or she should also discuss the procedure itself and the risk involved. Risks of breast surgery can include:
- Loss of sensation around the breast tissue
More serious risks can include capsular contracture where the scar tissue around the implant can shrink and place the implant under excessive pressure. This eventually causes it to deform. There is also the risk of the implant rupturing. Once an implant ruptures it must be removed straight away.
It is essential that the surgeon discusses these risks with you before your surgery and that you be given the time to consider them before deciding to proceed to the surgery. It is the surgeon’s responsibility to inform you of all the risks of the breast surgery.
The failure to do so is a breach of their duty of care to you, and if this has caused you harm then you may be entitled to make Breast Augmentation Claims.
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My breast surgery has gone wrong! Can you help?
We have a team of Medical Negligence solicitors who have vast experience in dealing with these types of claims. They are specialists in breast augmentation claims. They fully understand what you are going through and are here to help.
If your condition is worse following the surgery, you have experienced serious infection following the surgery, or feel that you have suffered any other complications following surgery you could make Breast Augmentation Claims. Contact us today for a no obligation case review with a solicitor on 0800 999 3372.
How Much Compensation For Breast Augmentation Claims?
It is difficult to confirm exactly how compensation much compensation will be awarded in Breast Augmentation Claims. There are different things to consider. You may have suffered both physical and psychological injuries or you may have suffered physical harm which is permanent. You may require treatment to make a complete recovery. All these factors need to be taken into consideration.
To help us and you determine what your Breast Augmentation Claims may be worth you can use our compensation calculator to obtain an estimate.
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