As you may be aware, there has been a scare about Allergan implants. Allergan following the suspension of their implants, have withdrawn their sale from the UK and Europe. However, the medical regulatory authorities have stated that there is no increased risk of health problems with these implants and therefore have not recommended the removal of implants which are already in the patients’ breasts.
Having said that it has raised many concerns. We want to reassure you that we are fully aware of these developments and are available to perform free check-ups for your breasts. We strongly recommend everyone with Allergan implants to come in for a check-up. Particularly those whose with implants are 5 years or older.
Please call 0800 170 7171 to book your free check-up appointment.
Caring for breast implants in warm weather sounds like a fairly daunting challenge. But the truth is that weather isn’t going to have much of an impact on your implants once your recovery is complete. Your body is far too good at regulating its own temperature. However, during your recovery, you might want to keep an eye on the weather and make sure you have the right instructions for caring for breast implants in warm weather. Continue reading “How to Take Care of you Breast Implants During the Warm Weather?”
Opting to have cosmetic surgery will be one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. From arranging your finances to finding the right surgeon for you- there is a lot to consider before you can get excited about your boob job. Continue reading “The 5 most frequently asked questions about Breast Enlargement”
This guide is for patients who have undergone their breast surgery and require post-operative advice and care during their first 3-6 weeks of recovery. Continue reading “Breast Enlargement Aftercare”
Opting to have cosmetic surgery will be one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. From arranging your finances to finding the right surgeon for you- there is a lot to consider before you can get excited about your boob job. Continue reading “5 Things you need to know before having Breast Enlargement”
When Jennie was a teenager she had ample breasts, but for no reason whatsoever, in her twenties her breasts shrank, to such an extent that you could see the areas where once there had been breast tissue. After six years of wanting a breast augmentation and not liking the boyish figure she saw in the mirror, she decided that she was going to have one. Continue reading “Jennie’s Linia Journey”
Whether your ideal holiday is lying on the beach, relaxing at home or sight seeing it is important (especially if you are going to hotter climates) to be aware of the sun. You don’t want to spend two or three days of your holiday with sunstroke or sunburn! In some countries it can take as little as 15 minutes to burn your skin, so a good idea is to put your first application of sun cream on when you are getting dressed in the morning. Continue reading “Looking after your skin on holiday”
If you’ve decided to go ahead with breast implants, or indeed, if you’re considering it’s something you would like in the future, a simple test is advised to help you choose the size of implants you’d like.
Weigh out some dry rice then pour it into some pop-socks or stockings. The amount of rice in grams is equal to the CC of the implant.
Breast enhancement is a popular choice in plastic surgery today, but it can be difficult to know which procedure will provide you with the best results. Many patients question whether they are better suited for breast implants or a breast uplift. The answer will depend on the current appearance of your breasts and the specific results you are hoping to achieve. Continue reading “Breast Implants vs. Breast Uplift: Which is Right for Me?”
The ‘What Baby’ Job
After giving birth to three children, Amanda McMurtrie, 30, opted for a tummy tuck and breast augmentation.
‘Before I fell pregnant I was always relatively happy with my body. I’d wear whatever I wanted to – bikinis, tight dresses, nothing was off limits. Although I always put on at least a stone during pregnancies, I usually managed to lose it again.
However, after my third baby, my already naturally large DD breasts drooped and I was left with an awful apron of loose skin that hung from my stomach. I tried exercises to tone up but nothing helped. My confidence plummeted; I was 28 but felt that I had the body of someone so much older. Continue reading “The ‘What Baby’ Job- She feature with Linia patient Amanda”