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What You Should Know | Cosmetic Surgery


surgeons will always be happy to discuss any questions you might have.


Understanding the Risks


Although many people are happy with the results of cosmetic surgery, it is important to understand the risks involved. As with any kind of surgery, there are a number of complications that can arise from cosmetic surgery procedures, such as: Bleeding: In some cases


you may require a blood transfusion.


Pain and discomfort: You may need to take painkillers


for a few days following surgery. Implant failure: Where implants are used (such as in breast augmentation), there is a possibility that they might leak or change shape. In this case,


further surgery may be needed. Infection: As with any invasive procedure, there is a risk of infection following cosmetic surgery. Scarring: Although scarring should be minimal if the procedure is carried out correctly, permanent scars will remain where any incisions are made. In procedures such as liposuction, there may be a change to skin texture or colour.


Non-surgical


procedures If you’re concerned about the risks involved in invasive procedures, there are a number of non-invasive procedures that are a popular alternative to surgery. Botulinum toxin injections (botox), dermal fi llers and microdermabrasion reduce wrinkles and other signs of ageing, making them popular alternatives to face and


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eye lifts. However, despite the lower risk, it is still important to do your research, as these treatments are not regulated in the same way as surgery and it is more diffi cult to verify a practitioner’s qualifi cations. Bear in mind that only doctors, nurses and dentists are qualifi ed to administer any injectable cosmetic treatment. 


Award Winning Treatment At An Award Winning Clinic


Meet Dr Claire Oliver (BDS)… She’s known for her fresh and modern approach to cosmetic treatments. Based in the state-of-the-art clinic, Air Aesthetics, at Henley-in-Arden, and Edgbaston, Dr Oliver is a cosmetic practitioner extraordinaire, with exclusive treatments straight from Harley Street and Beverly Hills. Off ered only by the UK’s most exclusive clinics, Air Aesthetics is the specialist in central England for the most cutting edge techniques. Dr Oliver skillfully contours and provides a solution to the most popular trouble spots that no amount of diet and exercise can shift—the tummy, fl anks and thighs. Using revolutionary technology Cryolipolysis, CoolSculpting® is a body contouring treatment that freezes and naturally eliminates fat from the body permanently. In one treatment you can achieve on average a 25 percent fat reduction in the treated area. It’s FDA cleared, non-surgical, non-invasive. That means no needles, no scars and no downtime. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, you’ll see the fi nal results after 90 days as lumps and bumps are banished for good, that’s the CoolSculpting® promise. Dr Oliver advises, ‘Avoid the invasive in


favour of the latest revolutionary techniques at Air Aesthetics. I recommend CoolSculpting® as it is the only Cryolipolysis treatment cleared by the Food & Drug Administration, so you can be as confi dent as I am, you are in safe hands and will achieve the results you agree with your medical practitioner.’ Call Air Aesthetics on: 0845 519 5377 Email: hello@airaesthetics.co.uk www.airaesthetics.co.uk


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