The Mail Online recently picked up a story about one of our patients, Barbara Lewis, who has recently started a modelling career following her fleur de lis abdominoplasty.
He advised her that the best way to sort her misshapen stomach was with a Fleur De Lis abdominoplasty – a specialism of Dr Ross – and the same procedure recently carried out on TV star Lisa Riley. The operation is designed for patients with a lot of excess skin and for those who have mid-line abdominal scarring they wish to get rid of. It involves making an incision just above the pubic area and drawing a vertical line down the middle of the abdomen, with skin being excised on either side of the triangle.
Mr Ross has been hitting the headlines again with the news that one of his patients has gone on to a modelling career.
A glamorous grandma is about to start a career in modelling at the age of 64 after undergoing so much cosmetic surgery she was scouted by modelling agents. Barbara Lewis from Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, had a blepharoplasty, tummy tuck, and arm lift with leading plastic surgeon Dr Gary Ross.
Gary Ross recently became the first in the country to be officially endorsed to perform cosmetic surgery by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS). You can read more about this on the National Health Executive website.
The RCS has previously been vocal in its opinions on regulating cosmetic surgery, as last month it backed a Private Members’ Bill that had been tabled to look into the issue. And today, Gary Ross, a plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon at the BMI Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle, has become the first to receive the new accreditation.