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Cosmetic Surgery | What You Should Know Nip & Tuck


If you’re looking for a ‘quick fi x’ to boost body confi dence or combat signs of ageing, cosmetic surgery can be an attractive option. However, there are a number of key points to bear in mind before going under the knife.


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reast augmentation, facelifts and liposuction are three of the most popular cosmetic surgical procedures in the


UK. Due to their limited availability on the NHS, however, most of these surgeries will be undertaken privately, so it’s particularly important that you do your research before undergoing surgery.


Choosing a Surgeon Even if you’re going private, your GP


should be the fi rst port of call to discuss your surgery. Not only will your doctor be able to talk you through the risks involved, you will also be given advice on well-established private surgeons in your area.


Visiting hospitals and clinics to discuss the procedure is vital to help you to make an informed choice. The surgeon should be registered with the General Medical Council or the Nursing and Midwifery Council and should be able to confi rm experience in the relevant fi eld. Reputable cosmetic


122 DEAR DOCTOR WITH DR CHRIS STEELE E If you’re considering a


non-surgical cosmetic treatment, visit www.saveface.co.uk to search the national register of accredited practitioners and clinics waiting to


make you look even more fabulous. All of these practitioners have been thoroughly assessed to ensure that you are in safe hands and that safe products will be used, in a safe environment.


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