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Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Cairns

What is breast augmentation surgery?

Breast augmentation surgery increases breast size by inserting implants to alter size, shape or symmetry. Also called a boob job or mammoplasty, it can be overwhelming to research. MINKST will help you separate facts from hype, so you can decide if breast augmentation surgery is right for you.


All inclusive with lifetime follow-up care.


See your potential results.


Minimise your downtime.


Be confident.


All breast augmentation before and after results shown were performed by MINKST surgeons. The results shown are only relevant for these patients and do not necessarily reflect the results other patients may experience, as results may vary due to many factors including the individual’s genetics, diet and exercise. See more results here.

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At MINKST we work hard to offer a premium experience at affordable prices. Your personalised quote is all inclusive and includes costs for surgeon, hospital, anaesthetist, implants and lifetime follow-up care.

Refundable Consultation Fee
A fee is payable for your surgery consultation but you can be confident knowing it is fully refundable within 48 hours if you decide that surgery is not right for you. No catches, no loopholes- see how it works here.


MINKST offers all the options with state of the art technology and techniques to enhance your experience including our MINKST Recovery Technique and the use of our 3D plastic surgery simulator. Even before your surgery consultation with your surgeon, our expert team will inform and guide you. We will ensure you are prepared and ready to get most out of your consultation.

Pre Surgery Consultation with your MINKST surgeon

At this consultation your MINKST doctor or surgeon will listen to what you want to achieve and develop with you a personalised operation plan including:

  • Shape of breast implant
  • Profile of breast implant
  • Surface of breast implant
  • Breast implant size
  • Brand of breast implant
  • Implant placement
  • Breast incision site

Your surgeon will also ensure you have a clear understanding of the risk of breast augmentation surgery.

Surgery Day

Your procedure will be performed as day surgery under general anaesthetic in an accredited, licensed hospital. The surgery itself takes around an hour. You will spend typically a couple of hours under close supervision in the recovery area before being discharged. You will need a responsible adult to take you home and stay with you for the first night.


MINKST offers a lifetime of follow up care even after your required post surgery consultations.


Why choose MINKST for your surgery?

  • Our cumulative experience exceeds 50 years in the cosmetic surgery field
  • MINKST Medical Director, Dr Daniel Fleming has performed over 6,000 breast implant procedures with over 25 years of experience, is internationally recognised as an author and researcher and acts as an advisor to the TGA.
  • All our Australian qualified doctors meet our stringent standards and are all fellows of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery (ACCS) or the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) – contact us for more details including qualifications, experience and their results
  • Led by your MINKST doctor, our team of experts will guide you through the entire surgical journey to help you achieve your best possible result.

WATCH: The Ultimate Guide To A Breast Augmentation

Having a breast augmentation is a big decision. To decide if it is right for you, you need the evidence based facts. If you have a little bit of spare time (about 30 mins), this is the ultimate guide to anyone researching a breast augmentation. So make yourself a cuppa, sit back and get comfortable, you’re about to be informed by one of Australia’s most experienced breast implant surgeons!


Breast augmentation surgery, like any surgical procedure, carries certain risks that individuals should be aware of before making a decision.

Common risks associated with breast augmentation include infection, bleeding, adverse reaction to anaesthesia, scarring, changes in nipple or breast sensation, asymmetry, dissatisfaction with the aesthetic outcome, and the need for future revision surgeries. Complications specific to breast implants, such as rupture, rippling, or capsular contracture (scar tissue formation around the implant) are also possible. Recent news has highlighted a potential association between textured breast implants and Anaplastic Large-Cell Lymphoma (ALCL).

It is crucial to consult with an appropriately qualified surgeon, thoroughly discuss all the potential risks, and carefully weigh the benefits against the risks to make an informed decision.


Will breast augmentation affect breastfeeding?
Breast implants should not affect breastfeeding, whether the implant is above or below the muscle.


Can breast augmentation be covered by insurance?
No, a standard breast augmentation mammoplasty is classified as an elective cosmetic procedure, which means it is performed without a medical need and there is no Medicare item number. Elective cosmetic procedures are not covered by Medicare or private health insurers.


Are breast implants safe?
Breast implants are generally considered safe when performed by a qualified doctor / surgeon and using TGA-approved implants. However, like any surgery, there are risks such as infection, implant rupture, and changes in sensation. It’s essential to discuss potential risks and benefits with your surgeon and undergo regular check-ups. A list of risks can be found above.


How long do breast implants last?
It’s important to note breast implants are not a lifetime device and in the future you will need to undergo revision surgery – to either remove or remove and replace the implants. Most people find they can go from 10 to 20 years before they require revision surgery mainly due to changes in breast appearance, or issues such as rupture, leakage or capsular contracture. This time differs for everyone. It is highly recommended to schedule regular follow-up appointments to monitor the condition of your implants over time.


When can I exercise again after breast implants surgery?
Generally 4-6 weeks after surgery you can return to full exercises such as running, aerobics, weight lifting, etc. and you will need to wear a well supported exercise bra.


Do you offer breast augmentation for transgender, transitioning patients
Yes we do! Read more about this procedure, what to do to prepare, risks and result photos here.

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