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.
For our parent’s generation, hitting 50 could be the start of an inevitable decline into middle age, a time to slow down and maybe accept that your best years were behind you. But modern day 50-somethings have a different attitude towards getting older.
Are you wondering about giving your weight loss programme a bit of a helping hand by opting for a cosmetic procedure? The overindulgences of the Festive season, a special birthday, divorce, the arrival of summer… all of these can prompt people to begin wondering about sculpting their body shape with the help of a cosmetic…Details
Autumn and Winter are traditionally the most popular times for people to have plastic surgery. But, why do chillier temperatures outside mean an increase in demand for surgical procedures?
Scars are a visible outward reminder of a previous trauma or surgery. And while some people are completely at ease with their scars, for others they are an unwelcome reminder and can be a source of emotional or physical discomfort.
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.
A new type of facelift that delivers the same benefits as a conventional facelift but with no stitches, no drains, no bruising, no swelling and a shorter recovery time is taking the world of cosmetic surgery by storm.
As we age, our faces tell the story of our life. The inevitable loss of skin elasticity and volume, coupled with the effects of gravity, cause the skin to sag and our face to develop lines and folds. While some people see this as the outward sign of life experiences (and, indeed, many cultures revere…Details