There is no such thing as risk-free surgery. Even with the safest techniques, patients will occasionally experience problems as a result of their operation, and breast augmentation is no exception. However, there are ways to minimise these risks. Plastic surgeon Mr Ian Grant is here to explain.
Cosmetic surgery can mean many things, with various procedures that could be done for a number of reasons. Facelift and rhinoplasty are both popular examples that can have an anti-ageing effect. What do they involve? Experienced plastic surgeon Mr Paul Tulley is here to explain and offer expert advice.
An inverted nipple is a condition where the nipple dips inwards into the breast. Possible in men as well as women, they can cause distress due to the unusual aesthetic appearance and can cause worry about whether they will be problematic in breastfeeding. Leading plastic surgeon Mr Frederik Schreuder is here to answer these concerns.
After losing a large amount of weight, you might be considering surgery to deal with any excess skin. A plastic surgeon can work wonders on your tummy, but they can also improve the look of your thighs through a thigh lift. We spoke to award-winning consultant plastic surgeon Mr Fulvio Urso-Baiarda about what a thigh lift involves and what recovery looks like.
It’s 2019 and in today’s world, there are a multitude of options when it comes to aesthetic treatments. While nose jobs and injections of fillers are still widely performed, a more natural technique for filling out facial volume, which is growing in popularity, is facial fat transfer. Leading plastic surgeon Mr William Townley is here to explain.
It’s getting increasingly popular to have an abdominoplasty after losing a lot of weight – but did you know you can solve excess skin on your arms as well? We asked leading plastic and reconstructive surgeon Mr Rob Winterton what an arm lift involves, whether the procedure carries any risks, and how long recovery takes.
Mohs surgery aims to remove skin cancer whilst doing minimal damage to the surrounding healthy tissue. Expert plastic surgeon Mr Nial Kirkpatricks explains why the procedure is considered one of the most effective techniques for treating the most common types of skin cancer.
Some women may have differences in their size of breasts, whilst others with tuberous breast may experience more significant alterations such as breasts elongated in shape, droopy or with protruding nipples. Expert plastic surgeon Mr Navid Jallali explains how tuberous breasts can be corrected.
Preservation rhinoplasty consists of remodelling the existing anatomy of your nose, using very few tissue resections and often no grafts, to achieve a more natural appearance of your nose. We asked facial plastic surgeon Mr Charles East what people want when they come to him for a rhinoplasty and how rhinoplasty techniques are changing for the better.
Lymphoedema is a condition characterised by the swelling of the limbs caused by fluid retention. Fluid retention occurs in patients with this condition because their lymphatic system is unable to properly drain the lymph fluid. In many cases, it is the legs, arms and fingers that become swollen. It can be a difficult condition to live with, as it can cause discomfort, pain and difficulty moving. Mr Damir Kosutic, a top plastic surgeon, details the treatments available for lymphoedema, which include surgery, liposuction, and combining it with breast reconstruction surgery.