Following any kind of surgery, it is only natural for all of us to want to resume our day to day routines as soon as possible.
For many of us, that includes driving, whether it is for work or general uses. However, it is essential to understand that breast surgery does take time to heal, be it for breast implants or breast cancer.
We’re very excited to announce the launch of our new Clinic in Rugby with top expert Harley Street Surgeons at your service.
Our first clinic day will be the 28th September, 9:30am to 6pm. Come along and get a FREE consultation with a surgeon to discuss procedures and treatments.
**Glass of champagne or orange juice and chocolates on arrival, why not treat yourself**
If you have any questions, please contact us on 01788 49 94 44.
Nowadays, everyone wants to feel and look their very best. When you are looking for ways to delay the process of ageing, you can invest in plastic surgery. As time goes on, it is likely to be more common as we all would like to live and work for longer than we can.
People’s thoughts and attitudes towards the process of aging have changed over the past few decades.
While in the past, most people took a less involved and more passive view of it, in these modern times, people are more actively and deliberately fighting against this natural process.
1. What it is?
The S-Lift is an ingenious technique of facelift, which rejuvenates and enhances the face and neck by reversing the changes that have occurred with ageing. The “S” refers to the shape of the incision. The placement and length of the incision is varied according to the problem area being addressed, i.e., mid face, lower face or neck. The basic principle is to make the shortest possible incision and hide it as much as possible.
1. What is it?
Blepharoplasty is the removal of excess fat and skin on the upper and/or lower eyelid area.
To stay healthy or to improve your health it is recommended that you should exercise three times a week for a minimum of 30 minutes. We know that sometimes this can be difficult to fit into your already busy lives, but just getting off the bus one stop earlier and walking briskly to work will give you more benefits than what you may think. Continue reading “Key Benefits of Exercise After Surgery”