All consultations are free. Free consultations do not include medical legal reports and skin Treatments.
Your private consultation will take place with a qualified surgeon who will be happy to discuss any surgical or non-surgical options with you.
Feel free to get in touch, we’re happy to answer any questions you might have no matter how big or small. Fill in the form below and one of our co-ordinators will be in touch as soon as possible.
Auralia Clinics remain open for our Patients, and we are here for you should you need us.
Auralia Medical Group has implemented all recommended protocols as issued from the HSE and the National Public Health Emergency Team and WHO in relation to Covid 19, and adhere to them strictly.
We are constantly monitoring additional protocol elements and reacting accordingly.
Auralia does not accept walk-in patients, and all Patients that do attend must comply with the HSE Covid 19 precautions.
The safety and well-being of our Patients, Team members and their families are our key priority at this time.
It is important to understand that Auralia, unlike all Public and many other Private hospitals is a private hospital specialising exclusively in elective cosmetic/plastic surgery and weight loss surgery. All our medical teams are exclusive to Auralia.
We are a fully equipped Internationaly accredited surgical unit, where there is no opportunity for an unannounced walk-in by any unvetted sick patient.
At Auralia, we operate fully accredited HEPA air filters throughout, we have upgraded our disinfectant protocols, PPE and Structural protection in response to the current outbreak, and extensive hand sanitation and protective equipment, when needed is available on site.
All Patients are invited to avail of hand sanitisers located throughout the Hospital/Clinics and at the entrances, while our aim is to create a safe environment for both Patients and Staff.
We have implemented best practice standards for Cosmetic/Plastic and Bariatric hygiene, and we currently vet all Patients prior to attending the hospital/clinics to further enhance measures to prevent the spread of the Virus.
All Patients are temperature tested, surgical Patients are tested for Covid 19 on arrival, and Staff are tested weekly.
Our Occupational Health Advisor regularly checks on all members of staff and providing and updating our Medical Director and Clinical Governance Committee on best practice advice ongoing.
We are engaged with the relevant authorities for guidance on best practice as we continuously monitor the situation on a daily basis, and update our communication channels to any change in approach as the situation develops.
Our key objective is to provide a safe and controlled environment for our Patients and Staff and continue to minimise the spread of Covid 19.
It was the best decision I made. I’m 1.5 months after a tummy tuck. The results are amazing. Huge Thank you to Dr Salman and Dr Ahmad and all staff.
Both my sister and I got work done here and I must say They are brilliant! All the staff from when you enter with the first consultation to the last consultation. Anyone looking for work and is nervous I was the same, I have done a lot of research for a few years and I’m delighted I chose them! I got liposuction will be going back for a tummy tuck also.
Wonderful experience, I am delighted with my results! Dr Salman and the team are very professional, kind and helpful. I would definitely recommend, it was one of the best things I have done.
Treated by: Dr Ahmed Salman MB. BCH. BAO. BMEDSC. COSMETIC SURGEON
Breast augmentation (or a ‘boob job’ as it’s more commonly referred to) is one of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgeries in the entire world.
Breast augmentation can be used to help women who are unhappy with their chest to help enhance their figure and confidence. It can help correct asymmetry, add volume, restore fullness, and it can also correct drooping or sagging.
If you’re considering getting breast augmentation surgery, you probably have a lot of questions. It’s important to stay informed and learn everything you can about breast enhancement surgery before making any final decisions.
To help answer the most common questions about breast augmentation, we’ve put together this extensive guide on everything you need to know about breast augmentation in Ireland.
Breast augmentation is designed to help women looking for bigger breasts or those hoping to bring some balance to their asymmetrical breasts. It can also help women restore their breast volume which often decreases as a result of pregnancy, weight loss, or the ageing process.
Breast surgery is generally carried out under a general anaesthetic. It usually lasts around 50 minutes in total. During the surgery, your surgeon will make a 5-6 cm incision beneath the breast. This allows them access to the tissues behind the breast.
The surgeon creates some space or a ‘pocket’ behind the breast tissue, or behind the muscle. The breast implant is then placed into this space or pocket and the incision sewn up with dissolvable sutures.
After surgery, you’ll more than likely be discharged the same day. You’ll even be able to shower and perform very light work by the following morning.
There are two types of silicone implants available:
The shape you choose really depends on what kind of look you want to achieve and what your existing shape already looks like.
For example, if you have small breasts and don’t want that Hollywood/Baywatch look then you’d be better suited to teardrop-shaped implants for a more natural look.
If you’re unsure of what implant you’d like to get, discuss with your surgeon about what shape you’re looking for. They’ll be more than happy to help you find the perfect shape for your breasts. We do have teardrop implants that are guaranteed not to rotate or move.
Unless there is an issue with your breast implants, they usually don’t need replacing. You can consult your doctor for more information on your specific implants.
All surgeries, cosmetic or otherwise carry risks. No matter how safe they are performed, there will always be a risk of infection, scarring, and even pain.
You’ll have to talk frankly and honestly with your surgeon. If you have any worries or concerns about the possible risks involved with your surgery, let them know.
All possible risks should be clearly talked about with you before you make any final decisions. It’s a good idea to get a copy of the risks in writing so you can sit down at home, read them and go through them in your own time.
If you have any questions make sure to ask your surgeon straight away, so they can help answer any concerns you might have.
After breast augmentation surgery you’ll probably be able to return to work after 7 days of rest.
You should try to keep your scar tissue out of direct sunlight for about a year to avoid causing damage to the tissue. You shouldn’t apply fake tan in that time period either.
There is minimal bruising with breast enlargement surgery so the soreness should go away within a couple of weeks. Breast implants shouldn’t interfere with breastfeeding and it’s safe to have breast cancer screening tests with implants in.
The price of breast implants in Ireland varies between providers.
Factors that can influence the price of implants include the type and quality. The implants themselves can cost between €200 and €1000 each so make sure you know which implant type you’re getting, as this will influence the overall cost. The quality of the implant will affect the need for future surgery.
Like any surgery, cost should not be your main concern. You should look for the best results when receiving any kind of surgery, so be sure to look into your clinic of choice thoroughly.
Don’t take the cheap option. If something goes wrong it’ll be even more expensive to fix. You’re better off going to a surgeon who can provide you with excellent care.
If you’re thinking of getting breast augmentation surgery, our experienced surgical team at Auralia offer the very best in cosmetic surgery.
Get in contact with us today and we can answer any questions you may have about breast augmentation. Book your free consultation today.