Breast augmentation surgery continues to be the most popular of all cosmetic procedures. For women who consider that their breasts are too small, augmentation surgery can help to boost confidence and improve body image. One patient recently told us: “Having my breast augmentation has changed my life rapidly. I absolutely love it. I am very confident…
So, you’ve made the decision to have breast implants but now you’re faced with choosing what size and shape to have. It’s a big decision as you don’t want to get it wrong, but luckily there is some really sound advice to help you make it.
One of our frequently asked questions as cosmetic surgeons is “how soon after plastic surgery can I exercise?” The desire to return to a pre-surgery exercise regime as quickly as possible is understandable. Exercising makes you feel good in body and mind, it is good for your health and fitness and it can help to enhance…
How many New Years have you resolved to make positive changes to your body shape? And how many times have you thought back to the previous New Year and remembered making the same promises to yourself without achieving your goal?
For some women, the one thing that they really do want for Christmas, or at any other time of the year, is to change an aspect of their appearance. And right at the top of the wish list for many is to have bigger breasts.
It’s the question we’re most often asked by women who are considering breast enhancement surgery and we spend a lot of time discussing with individual patients which option is the right one for them.
There are number of different components to achieving the best results from cosmetic surgery. Number one is choosing the procedure that will give you the results you’re looking for. This involves careful research so you develop a good understanding of what each different type of procedure can and cannot do.
Inverted nipples are nipples that are flat or inverted (pointing inwards) either some or all of the time. Around 10-20% of people have them – both men and women – and many were born with them.
Say the word “gynecomastia” and you’re likely to be greeted by blank looks. But refer to the condition by its more commonly-used name of “man boobs” or “moobs” and you’re more likely to be met with knowing nods and maybe even a titter.
If you thought breast augmentation surgery was all about vanity, think again. Researchers have found that breast size can have a significant impact on a woman’s mental health, profoundly affecting her self-esteem and in some cases leading to issues such as eating disorders.