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.
It is perfectly normal and healthy to seek improvement and rejuvenation. However, becoming obsessive about a particular feature on one’s body is not healthy. People who worry excessively about their appearance or body image make poor candidates for cosmetic surgery. Here we explore the typical reasons for plastic surgery, when it’s a good thing and when it becomes negative.
We all view ourselves in an individual and subjective way. For example, an individual may be concerned about a particular feature of her or his body, while this has gone completely unnoticed by the people around her or him. (more…)
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. (more…)
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.
You’d have to have lived under a rock for the last couple of decades to not have heard of tummy tucks (Abdominoplasty) and liposuctions. Given how popular they are nowadays, and the fact that celebrities are constantly discussing their experiences (and sharing the pictures) on a weekly, even daily basis.
So, if you’re interested in having one of these procedures, you need to understand which is best for you. To help you make that decision, we’re going to look at the differences between these procedures below. (more…)
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.