Breast augmentation is the most common aesthetic procedure worldwide and as such it is often perceived as a simple procedure, where the same technique is applied to every patient. This is a common misconception – as with any procedure, the technique needs to be tailored to each patient’s individual needs. My clinic has recently become a referral centre for revisionary breast augmentation procedures and I have been shocked at some of the things I am seeing, all of which would have been easily avoidable had the patient been aware of all the options available in the first place. There are many important decisions that need to be discussed, often during multiple consultations, to determine the most appropriate size and shape to give a long lasting natural result.
Consultant plastic surgeon Mr Gary Ross describes how he combines these techniques to provide individualised results. The eyes are one of our most striking facial features and rejuvenation of the eyes in the form of blepharoplasty helps to provide a more youthful look with minimal downtime.
Many people who have lost a substantial amount of weight are overjoyed at their success. But after losing weight you may still have some to lose due to the heavy folds of skin left that can be left behind, reminding you of your former self. Surgery can remove the extra skin and improve the shape and tone of tissue in your arms, thighs, breasts, buttocks and abdomen. Plastic Surgeon Gary Ross explains to The Cosmetic Surgery Guide what options are available to patients after bariatric surgery.
It is one of the most drastic and, some might say, barbaric cosmetic operations: the body lift. Used to tackle the legacy of dramatic weight