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This website is meant to provide useful information and good advice. As all of us have different, individual needs and expectations. Please feel free to contact us for any additional professional advice or to book a consultation in order to find out how this guide applies to you.

As you will see when reading through the procedures, there are various techniques to address your expectations, and all of them work on different anatomy. What works for one patient might not work for another one.

Below you will find a few of the most popular procedures for women. As you will go through our website, you will be able to read about many other operations that might be suitable for you.

We offer a wide range of facial surgery, body sculpting procedures and non-surgical facial rejuvenation and skincare treatments that are popular among men. Below there are just a few of the procedures we offer.

We believe this is a good reason to carefully choose your cosmetic surgeon, who should have a wide experience in the field he operates. Also, remember that knowing someone who had some surgery or the fact that you've had an illness only gives you very limited information on what the procedure or condition really involves.

Most often similar seeming facts turn out to be completely different in another person, because we are all unique, and as such also medically not alike. It takes surgeons many years of their life to understand these implications, hence, it is unrealistic to think that non professionals like most journalists, or former patients in chat rooms, will have this understanding by scarifying only a few days or weeks to this subject. The opinions voiced in these media are most often scientifically inaccurate.

The question of how to choose your surgeon is not easy to answer. We believe that a long and good education should offer you increased security, and like with most things in life your gut feeling seems valuable too. You should feel comfortable with your surgeon. A good surgeon will probably be better when things get complicated, easy things many surgeons will be able to do. It is technically more difficult, to deliver an ok result on difficult anatomy, than a superb result on easy anatomy.

What cosmetic surgery does today is not really new to mankind - the Incas squeezed their skulls because they thought having a higher frown would be a sign of intelligence; the Chinese bound their feet, some tribes put rings around their necks, or massive ear rings, some do brandings, tattoos, piercings and so forth.

All these are different appreciations of beauty and the use of different techniques. Just like our ancestors, many people today want smaller noses, less body fat, bigger breasts, less sagging skin and less wrinkles, more hair on the head and less on the body, whiter teeth, stronger chins, higher cheek bones, looking younger and the list can go on.

Others, on the contrary, don't believe they need anything adjusted to their appearances or want the opposite. There is no right or wrong. You are the only one who can decide on what side you are on.

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This web site has been prepared to give a basic understanding of the procedure before a consultation takes place, and to cover many of the questions frequently asked about this type of cosmetic surgery. Final decisions should not be made until an individual assessment has taken place with the surgeon.

There is no obligation on the part of the patient to undergo surgery by attending for consultation.

If you have any further questions or would like to arrange a consultation please fill in the online form or call us on 07590 666 302. All enquiries are always treated confidentially.

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