Cosmetic surgery has gained in popularity over recent years. According to figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) there were over 50,000 cosmetic procedures in 2013. So what attracts so many people to choose cosmetic surgery?
What are the benefits of cosmetic surgery?
Many people decide to have cosmetic surgery to enhance their physical appearance and for the emotional and psychological effects that looking and feeling good brings. Cosmetic surgery can help renew and rebuild confidence and self-esteem of patients, helping them feel much better about themselves.
Who might benefit from cosmetic surgery?
Anyone who isn’t happy with their body might consider cosmetic surgery. The natural ageing process, life experiences, living with being unhappy with a part of the body or health reasons may be contributing factors for patients to choose cosmetic surgery.
The answer to who might benefit from cosmetic surgery is extensive and varied as people consider the option of cosmetic surgery for their own individual and personal reasons. It may be that a patient’s body begins to sag over time such as their breasts and eye lids and a breast augmentation and uplift or blepharoplasty would provide them with the body shape and facial look they desire.
After dramatic weight loss patients may have excess, unsightly skin around areas such as their waistline and a tummy tuck would help improve their abdominal contours. Women may be living with large heavy breasts that are causing them back pain and a breast reduction would relieve them of this discomfort and improve their self-confidence. A patient may have problems breathing through their nose and a Rhinoplasty would be their ideal solution.
At Yorkshire Clinic, we offer a Consultant-led service to our patients in pleasant, clean surroundings. Our Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons are highly regarded in their field, skilled in every aspect of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. All our consultants hold or have held posts in the NHS as well as private practice, and a number are fully qualified members of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).
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Choosing cosmetic surgery is a personal decision for each patient based on their individual needs. Here at Yorkshire Clinic we will take the time to discuss all the cosmetic surgery options available and give all our patients individual and comprehensive advice every step of the way.
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