Pain is an expected side effect of having breast implants. The fact that the plastic surgeon performing the procedure needs to make cuts in your skin, however small and unnoticeable they may be, means it is likely to hurt around the area.
But what if your breast implants are hurting years after having your procedure? In this post, we’ll discuss potentially what it means when your breast implants hurt in both the short term and the long term.
One of the biggest concerns breast implant patients have before undergoing the procedure is how long their breast implants will last and whether they will need revision surgery.
The good news is that, contrary to what you may have heard, there is no time limit on how long either silicone breast implants or saline breast implants will last.
That does not mean you will never have to face the decision of whether replacing breast implants is the best of your surgical options.
When is replacing breast implants the right course of action? That’s what we are going to discuss…
Breast implants are one of the most popular kinds of cosmetic surgery in the country. For the purposes of this post, we are going to focus on enlargements for cosmetic purposes.
Unless you are getting breast enlargements following a mastectomy and not for aesthetic reasons, you will not normally be able to have health insurance cover it.
Therefore, it can cost a significant amount of money. So, how much are breast implants?
If you are interested in breast implants, either to increase the size of your breasts or to reconstruct damaged or removed breast tissue following surgery, one question you should be keenly interested in when deciding whether it’s right for you is “how long do breast implants last?”. We answer this for you in this post.
If you’re unhappy with your nose, perhaps because it’s not quite the right shape or size, you may be considering nose reshaping or augmentation rhinoplasty. But we’re sure you’re wondering: how much is a rhinoplasty?
When looking into any form of cosmetic surgery, in this case, the rhinoplasty procedure, you should think about everything from the potential results, the downtime and recovery involved to the side effects and risks involved.
But there’s no getting away from it, unless it’s for medical reasons and you get it on the NHS, you’ll likely want to know “How much is rhinoplasty?”.
Here’s everything you need to know:
There are various important things you need to decide when you choose to have breast augmentation. For instance, you need to choose whether to have implants placed over the muscle or under the muscle.
Although our plastic surgeons will ultimately advise you which is best for your specific breasts (so take this post as information only), in the following post we are going to look at the subject in detail, discussing the pros and cons of each and answering some other important questions. (more…)
If you are preparing for rhinoplasty, you may have questions about how to prepare for the procedure, so you are in the best shape before, during and after nose surgery.
While your surgeon and doctor should provide you with most of the information you need – like we do to all of our patients here at Linia Cosmetic Surgery – to give you an idea of what’s involved, in this post we are going to discuss what you need to do before surgery and afterwards.
Should you get a nose job?
Considered by many experts to be the cornerstone of the face, the nose is hugely important.
Depending on its location, size, and shape, it can enhance and complement your other features, like your eyes and smile, or it can badly distract from those more positive features.
If you feel unhappy with the way your nose looks, you could have a nose job. Is it worth getting, though? That’s what we are going to discuss.
Liposuction is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures requested from plastic surgeons, not just in the UK and USA, but around the world. But also there are so many misconceptions about the procedure that any board-certified plastic surgeon would quash in an instant.
That is why the team here at Linia Skin Clinic here in London, want to reveal some truths about this procedure that all patients should know before they even consider having it done.
If you’ve ever wondered which season is the best time to get plastic surgery, we’ve got you covered. One of the biggest benefits of having a cosmetic, rather than medical procedure is that you can plan a convenient time frame for your treatment and recovery.
Thinking ahead not only means you can fit the plastic surgery around the rest of your life, but you can consider the best time of year for your treatment, as environmental factors can have a big impact on your recuperation.