Mr Ghosh offers the whole range of cosmetic and breast reconstruction procedures for his Buckinghamshire patients.

Mr Ghosh specialises in breast reconstructions and is a consultant plastic surgeon responsible for breast reconstructions at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, and Milton Keynes General Hospital, in his National Health practice. You can find out more about the specific procedures by visiting the pages listed on the left.

Reconstruction procedures including implant-based reconstruction, Latissimus dorsi flap reconstructions (flap from the back), free flap reconstructions (flap from the lower abdomen) and also offers nipple reconstructions.

Breast Augmentation; Mr Ghosh specialises in a natural-looking breast augmentation using anatomical implants which are oval shaped on front view and teardrop shaped on side view, and come in a complex variety of shapes and sizes.

Breast Reduction; Breast reduction is a procedure with both cosmetic and functional benefits.

Breast Uplift or Mastopexy; Breasts which are droopy or sagging can be corrected by doing a breast uplift operation.

Asymmetrical Breast Surgery; This is technically difficult and can involve an initial expansion with the help of an expander prosthesis. This is sometimes followed by further surgery depending on individual circumstances.

Male Breast Reduction Surgery; Surgery for gynaecomastia is challenging and can involve liposuction, with or without excisional methods.

Inverted Nipple Surgery; This can be done under local anaesthesia. The resultant scars are around the nipples.

    Breast Surgery list

  • Breast Reconstruction

    Mr Ghosh performs breast reconstruction procedures both in his NHS and private cosmetic surgery practices.

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  • Breast Enlargement

    A breast enlargement, also known as a breast augmentation, is a very popular cosmetic surgery procedure, particularly with young women who have always been dissatisfied with the size and/or shape of their breast.

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  • Breast Reconstruction

    Mr Ghosh performs breast reconstruction procedures both in his NHS and private cosmetic surgery practices.

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  • Breast Reduction

    Overly large breasts are often a source of associated problems, such as discomfort, back or neck pain, irritation of the skin and also they can make finding clothes difficult or be a source of embarrassment and distress.

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  • Capsular Contracture

    One of the most common potential side effects of a breast augmentation procedure using breast implants is capsular contracture, whereby the body forms a hard shell around the implant. Breast implant technology is constantly evolving and the rate of capsular contracture has fallen significantly in recent times but this can still occur.

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  • Augmentation Mammaplasty

    Augmentation mammoplasty is the technical term for breast augmentation.

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  • Lejour Breast Reduction

    This is a procedure aimed at reducing the size of overly large breasts and, therefore, managing the associated problems.

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  • Breast Uplift

    A woman’s breasts will change shape and/or size as they age, their weight fluctuates and/or they undergo pregnancy. Most commonly, the breasts will start to droop and sag and the most effective solution for this problem is a breast uplift, known medically as a mastopexy.

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  • Asymmetrical Breast Surgery

    All women’s breasts are slightly different and, for most women, this is not noticeable. However, some women will have a more marked difference in the size and/or shapes of their breasts and this can cause much distress. Mr Ghosh provides asymmetric breast surgery which aims to match the size and/or shapes of the breast.

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  • Inverted Nipple Surgery

    Inverted nipples are a relatively common problem and there is a relatively straightforward and very effective surgical solution to correct this. Mr Ghosh will first evaluate the severity of the problem and then advise you on the best option for you.

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