May 2013

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There seems little doubt that stricter controls in the cosmetic sector will come into force once the government has digested the recommendations in the Keogh report. At the heart of a proper patient consultation lies fully informed consent; conveying the elements of medical and psychological assessment, treatment options, providing a realistic idea of likely outcome and [...]

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SURGEON

It’s a country hit with recession and major economic problems, yet it seems that this hasn’t stop people embracing boob jobs and facelifts. The Greeks are second only to South Koreans in terms of the number of plastic surgery operations performed. In 2011 there were 142,394 procedures, meaning one in 79 Greeks has had procedures such as [...]

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Brow Lift

A brow lift is effective for correcting sagging eyebrows and forehead skin. At the same time it may be used in partnership with Botulinum Toxin to help to reduce forehead lines and the vertical ‘frown lines’ that form above the nose. Brow lifts were a surprising winner in the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons audit of [...]

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liposuction

Whilst the cosmetic surgery industry has seen a massive growth in less invasive procedures for body contouring and skin tightening, liposuction remains a firm favourite for genuine and effective results. Less invasive treatments, which usually involve a radiofrequency (RF) energy device to heat up and tighten tissue to boost blood flow and break down cellulite and [...]

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