I have been thinking about having a breast enlargement for a while, but I’m quite nervous and not ready just yet to have a consultation. I’m just wonder if anyone knows more about the aftercare offered with Fitzroy Surgery. How long can you contact them for after your OP? Or if I think something is wrong, is there a point when I’m no longer allowed to visit the clinic and meet with the nurse?

Anymore information would really help.

Also whilst shopping around I have come across different providers, do you know if these other providers will all have different aftercare policy’s or will it just be standard across the industry? If they do all have different, what are the key points I need to look out for with aftercare?

Thank you x


Welcome to our forum Alana!

It’s great that you’re taking your time to find the best surgery for you and the Fitzroy Surgery website is a great place to start.

Firstly, every provider sets their own policy regarding aftercare, so it’s by no means standard.

However Fitzroy Surgery is clinically led and offers a fully comprehensive aftercare package. There are no time limits, so you can always come to us any time after your op. You’ll also have your own experienced Registered Nurse for support right through your journey and afterwards.

Besides regular phone calls and post-operative appointments with your nurse and surgeon, our 24 hour emergency helpline means you can speak to an expert whenever you need to.

We also have an ‘open door’ policy and offer lifetime aftercare, whether you need follow up nursing or a surgical consultation. We’re also proud to say that unlike other providers, there are no hidden costs and all this great aftercare is included. So there’s no need to worry about another bill! Our focus is entirely on quality, transparency, best practice and trust.

If you want to find out more, why not come in and have a chat with a Nurse Coordinator?


Thank you! That's so reassuring x


This post has answered some of my questions also. I had noticed some clinics only offer two appointments after surgery, and the thought is always in the back of my mind, who will be there to help if I need advice. So this is certainly reassuring

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