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’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.
Consultations are an integral part of the plastic surgery procedure, they allow a patient to get a better understanding of their desired procedure, and whether it will actually be suitable for them, as well as letting a patient get to know the cosmetic surgeon that will likely be performing the aesthetic surgery.
It also allows surgeons to decide whether they are willing to work on the patient, or if they believe the patient is seeking plastic surgery for the wrong reasons or has body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). In this post, we take you through the most important questions to ask at your consultation. Continue reading “Plastic Surgery Consultation: Important questions to ask during a consultation”
Cosmetic surgery for new mums isn’t uncommon at all. The “Mommy Makeover” tag has only more recently been given to a new mum getting plastic surgery post-pregnancy.
In truth, this has been happening for many years. The reason for this is that new mothers often have similar aesthetic complaints after giving birth.
Depending on the individual, giving birth and pregnancy itself can have drastic and permanent effects on a mother’s body.
The good news is you’re not the only one going through this. For many new parents, post-child cosmetic surgery may be needed to get your former shape back.
At Linia Cosmetic Surgery, this is something we are experienced and specialise in and in this post, we’ll explain what it is, why and when you might be thinking about getting it, the risks and the costs.
In this guide, we will be looking at qualifications and experience, but also beyond that to better understand how to choose the surgeon that’s right for you. A surgeon must be able to relate to you as a person, not just see you as a potential patient who is interested in undergoing a procedure.
At Linia Cosmetic, although our experienced surgeons are always confident of providing you with the best result from each of our treatments, we rarely advise rushing into any treatment without fully understanding it.
A nose job or a “rhinoplasty” surgery as it is known in professional circles is no exception.
1. What is it?
Skin sags as a natural consequence of the ageing process. Arms and thighs, in particular, tend to lose their muscle tone and firmness and the layers of muscle and fat become thinner. An arm or thigh lift can help to restore and tighten these areas, giving you a firmer, more youthful look and enabling you to wear tighter clothing or swimwear with confidence.
1. What is it?
Every woman’s body is different in shape and size, and what worries one woman will not necessarily concern another, but it is not uncommon for a woman to feel unhappy with the appearance of the inner lips of her vagina (labia minora) especially if they are asymmetrical, long, or bulky. This may be inherited or just follows childbirth. Continue reading “4 Things you need to know before having Labia Reduction.”