Anca Breahna is a renowned female cosmetic surgeon based in Chester.
Miss Breahna is one of an elite number of acclaimed UK female plastic surgeons operating in Cheshire. She has held numerous Fellowships and consultant positions across her two-decade career.
Book a consultation with Anca if you require safe, skilled, first-class cosmetic surgery treatments from a highly qualified, expert.
Top Class Plastic Surgery in Chester
Based at her clinic in the Nuffield Grosvenor Hospital, Miss Breahna specialises in the following plastic surgical procedures.
Breast Enlargement Chester
Miss Breahna is a specialist in breast procedures, this an area of specialism for her NHS practice.
At a pre-operative consultation, Miss Breahna would discuss your aims for the procures and outline the results achievable, including the type of implant she would recommend and the placement of the incisions.
Breast augmentation in Chester can have a profound impact both on appearance but also on self-esteem and confidence.
Breast Reduction Chester
Also known as a Reduction Mammaplasty, breast reduction can remove the pain, discomfort and embarrassment that can be associated with large breasts.
The operation sees excess fat and glandular tissue removed, the end result breasts that are more shapely and attractive.
Miss Breahna uses either a superomedial pedicle with either an ‘inverted T’ or a vertical scar technique, depending on the individual characteristics of the breast.
Breast Lift in Chester
The breast uplift – Mastopexy – can alter the breast shape, helping add definition and correcting the impact of drooping.
A breast lift can help restore shape and definition as we age or because of weight loss, pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Breast Implants Chester
Breast implants are one of the most popular plastic surgical procedures and few are more qualified to provide them than Anca. Contact us for more information
Also going by the full name abdominoplasty, the tummy tuck removes excess skin and fat from the Lowe abdominal areas to create a flatter, higher stomach.
This procedure is popular after weight loss as this can lead to excess skin and muscle separation. The requirement for surgery can be medical as well as cosmetic, potentially helping to address pain in the low back.
There are different levels of tummy tuck available, from the partial tunny tuck through to the extended abdominoplasty – Miss Breahna would discuss the most suitable option in consultation.
A Brachioplasty – arm lift – can improve the shape and tone of the upper arms by removing excess skin and addressing lost elasticity.
The surgery can help restore shape, improve self-confidence and remove the ‘bingo wings’.
A thigh lift removes excess skin from the inner thigh region to create a more balanced and toned contour.
This procedure, also called a thighplasty, is the most common post significant weight loss, this may be because of large amounts of liposuction or just through ageing.
At the consultation, Miss Breahna would discuss the results achievable and the best technique to be used to create the best results with minimal scarring.
Liposuction address localised deposited of fat which diet and exercise are steadfastly refusing to budge.
‘Lipo’ can be used on many parts of the body, for instance, the arms, legs, hips thighs, buttocks, abdomen, chin and more.
A cannula is inserted under the skin to break top the fatty tissue and the fat is then sucked out.
Depending on the nature of the treatment, for instance, the areas treated and amount of fat being removed, this can be done as a day case, though an overnight stay is often required.
Skin cancer surgery
Miss Breahna is a consultant plastic surgeon and specialises in skin cancer surgery at her Chester clinic.
She runs a weekly skin cancer clinic and can remove keratotic lesions, basal cell carcinomas (“rodent ulcers” or BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) and malignant melanoma (MM).
Miss Breahna has extensive knowledge in the field of hand surgery and spent many years in training edited to this sub-speciality.
She holds both British and European diplomas in Hand Surgery and the prestigious BSSH Master of Science. Book a consultation for any hand surgery, including surgery for hand injuries.
Reviews of Anca Breahna
Miss Breahna’s clinic in Chester is at the Grosvenor Hospital, also known as Nuffield Health.
This facility scores well in every area under the Care Quality Commission review – please read their full report.
The Hospital is located on Wrexham Road, the full address is:
Chester Main Office
The Grosvenor Hospital,
Clinic Opening Hours:- Mon-Fri 08.30-20.00
About the hospital:-
The hospital is renowned for being superbly equipped and also having the highest standards of cleanliness, event testimonials include.
“Amazing hospital. Room was spotless and the staff were so attentive, warming and reassuring about my procedure from start to finish. They are a real credit to the hospital.”
“A wonderful hospital… The place is spotless and the food is 1st class, what a team”
“Can not fault our time there. Staff are the best we have ever experienced. Need we say more.”
“A beautiful hospital with very helpful and knowledgeable staff. My husband and I have always had exceptional care and an excellent outcome with all operations that we have had to undergo over the past 5 years.”
Anca’s clinic sat the hospital has:
- Disabled Parking
- Disabled toilet
- Wheelchair access
- Access to TV and internet
- Private rooms
- Single-sex accommodation
- Pharmacy on site
- On-site gym
The hospital underwent a major refurbishment in 2018 and so it is modern, well equipped and relaxing.
It is part of the Nuffield Health group, the winners of Private Hospital Group of the Year at the Health Investor Awards.
Directions to Chester Clinic
From the west:
Take the A55 to junction 58, turning on to the a483 towards Chester. After just a couple more miles, the hospital will be signed to the right.
The journey is quick – typically from Buckley 10 lies away it takes 20 minutes door to door.
From the east:
From the east, head towards Chester, typically on the A51 or A54, depending on whether you are slightly to the north or south of the city.
In either case, you will come on to the A55, the North Wales Expressway. Follow this until junction 38, then exit and follow signs for Chester (this will be to the right, the third exit of the roundabout.
The hospital is then just two miles further along, located on the right.
Chester has a train station, with connections across the north-west.
From the station, the Grosvenor is a short taxi journey away. Alternatively, walk to Railway Station S4 bus stop.
From here, take a bus to Wrexham, the journey to the hospital then typically around seven minutes.
From the bus stop, the hospital is a two-minute walk away.
To book a consultation with Anca Breahna or discuss any procedure mentioned above, please call on 07538 012918.
We also have a Contact Form.
If you wish to contact the Grosvenor Hospital directly, please call 01254 456 538.
It is worth noting that visits to look round the hospital might be more difficult to arrange because of restrictions relating to Covid-19 and the need to restrict access to those who need to be at the hospital.
Anca Breahna’s clinic at the Grosvenor Hospital is located just a couple of miles outside the wonderful city walls of Chester, this a city with some of the most remarkable Roman architecture to be found in the UK.
These Roman walls are themselves a landmark, so too the wonderful Chester Castle, this a fortification built in the time of William the Conqueror. The castle overlooks the River Dee and is truly imposing.
The castle and the walls showcase what makes Chester such a wonderful city, it is a location of true historical importance, in Roman times the fort Deva Victoria was one of the main army forts in the UK.
Then, the Industrial Revolution brought canals, railways and development to the town, and yet it retains its older architecture too – indeed the shopping experience in Chester is an enjoyable mix of modern retail housed within charming older buildings.
Examples of Victorian architecture are Chester Town Hall and Grosvenor Museum.
Chester also boasts…
- The oldest racecourse in the UK
- The largest Roman amphitheatre
- Medieval carvings
- Chester cathedral – this 1,000 years old
Anca provides plastic surgery to customers in Chester and surrounding towns in Cheshire such as Ellesmere Port, Winsford, Northwich, Crewe, Frodsham, Neston, Helsby, Burton and Cheshire rural, plus Wrexham, Warrington and Stoke and throughout the north-west, including Cheshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Greater Manchester and North Wales, and even further afield around the UK.