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Transformative surgeries after weight loss: A comprehensive guide

Different individuals may have excess skin in various body areas based on how their tissues behave. As a result, excisional surgeries that remove loose tissues are often necessary. These surgeries may have technical names depending on the specific body part involved. An important addition is that, in certain instances, fat grafting to the face and breasts can elevate a satisfactory or good result to an excellent one. In his latest online article, Mr Sam Orkar gives us his insights into the different types of excisional surgeries after weight loss.

Insights into blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, is a procedure aimed at addressing aging-related changes in the eyelids, including sagging skin and weakened muscles. While often chosen for cosmetic reasons, it can also be a medical necessity when excess skin obstructs vision. In his latest online article, Mr Timothy Mellor gives us his insights into the surgical process, risks involved, and aftercare instructions.

Bilateral breast reduction: a comprehensive guide

While some people may consider having large breasts to be an asset, for many women they can be a source of discomfort, unwarranted attention and dissatisfaction. Leading consultant reconstructive, plastic and cosmetic surgeon Miss Caroline Payne provides a guide to the procedure, including an explanation of why women choose to undergo the operation, the techniques available and the postoperative period.

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