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.
Facelifts are one of the top five most popular plastic surgery procedures they can create amazing transformations. The problem is that a facelift isn’t always going to accomplish all your goals. The transformation might need a little bit of help. That’s why we’re talking about procedures that complement a facelift. Continue reading “Procedures That Complement a Facelift”
It’s fair to say that lip fillers are a big deal right now. With celebs like Kylie Jenner and others looking to achieve pouting perfection, it’s one of the biggest and most popular treatments right now.
Continue reading “8 Things to Know About Lip Fillers Including Cost”
Thread lifts and facelifts are cosmetic surgery procedures designed to improve the appearance of your face; in particular, they both help reduce or get rid of the signs of ageing that appear on your face over time. Even though both thread lifts and facelifts have the same goals, there are a number of significant differences between the two. Continue reading “Facelift or Thread Lift: What’s the difference?”
We all remember that famous line from the film Jerry Maguire, where Renee Zellweger’s character said “You had me at hello!” and we all know the importance of first impressions, but did you know that people who have had facial cosmetic procedure are considered more trustworthy! From smiles to wrinkles it all counts! Continue reading “You had me at hello!”
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”
At Linia we offer a number of fat reduction treatments, but cosmetic surgery is not always the answer if you are trying to lose weight.
Before you make the decision to have a fat reduction treatment, it is advisable to try and lose weight in a healthy manner. At Linia we recommend the Cambridge Weight Plan. Whilst you need to find a diet to suit you and your lifestyle, we have found the Cambridge Weight Plan seems to work for many of our patients – even members of the Linia team have lost weight on it successfully! Continue reading “The Cambridge Weight Plan”
Like many people Denise Dawson, a driving instructor from Bristol, struggled to achieve the flat stomach like she’d always wanted no matter what amount of dieting or exercise she did.
Initially Denise opted to have liposuction surgery with a clinic abroad as a cheaper alternative to undergoing a procedure in the UK. After Denise returned home she realised that the operation had gone wrong and she was left with hard lumps of fat around her stomach. “I decided to look into plastic surgery, but couldn’t afford the prices in the UK”. “I travelled to Brussels, but after my experience I’d never go abroad again”. Continue reading “Denise’s Tummy Tuck Story”
A recent investigation by BBC 5 Live uncovered a bogus nurse who was administering non-surgical treatments to people and leaving them with unsightly blemishes, lumps and bumps. With non-surgical treatments growing in popularity and seen as a preference for reversing the signs of ageing rather than undergoing more invasive surgical treatments, how do you know that the person who is administering your treatment is qualified to do so? Continue reading “How do you know if the person who is administering your non-surgical treatment is qualified?”