Tag Archives: tummy tuck

What can make your post surgery recovery better or worse

What can make your recovery after surgery better – or worse? Surgeons give their top tips. There are multiple reasons why you might opt to have cosmetic or plastic surgery done – to remove excess skin after weight loss or pregnancy, refresh your face or re-shape your nose. Whatever the reason there are various things you can do to help your recovery and some things that you simply shouldn’t do as well. Let’s quickly run through them. Don’t smoke. Smoking interferes with the body’s healing process and puts you at great risk of post-surgery complications. According to Plastic Surgeon Naveen…

Survey shows demand for cosmetic procedures rising in UK

Is the UK set to become the home of cosmetic surgery, out-pacing the US? One survey suggests it’s a possibility. Fiona Clark reports. America used to be the home of cosmetic surgery but it seems demand in the UK is set to outstrip the US, according to a survey by the doctor booking website, RealSelf. A survey of more than 1000 UK residents aged over 18 years of age showed that 76% of UK residents wanted to change something about their face or body compared to 80% in the US, but here, more people are considering taking action. The survey…

The surgery statistics are out, but who’s had what done?

Some 28,000 people went under the knife for cosmetic reasons in 2017 according to official statistics – but what did they have done? The British Association of Aesthetic Plastics Surgeons (www.baaps.org.uk) has released it’s statistics for 2018 and according to the organisation their is a “surprising, yet undeniably clear-cut trend in aesthetic procedures” including a new gender divide. While in general the trend for favouring less invasive cosmetic procedures continued, more women went under the knife for breast augmentation (up 7%) or reduction (up 5%) than in the previous year. At a glance: Over 28,000 ops took place in 2017,…

what’s trending in cosmetic surgery

Wondering what will be trending in 2018 when it comes to cosmetic surgery? See what our surgeons say is in or out.  The official figures on aesthetic surgery trends in 2017 aren’t out yet but our Harley Street SKINtellectuals are here to give you a sneak peak of they think they’ll show and what will be trending in 2018. Consultant plastic, cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon and British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) spokesperson, Reza Nassab says the past few years has seen more clients turning away from invasive surgeries and he’s expecting that to continue. “That’s certainly the way…

Mr Douglas McGeorge

Douglas McGeorge is one of the UK’s leading plastic surgeons whose private plastic and cosmetic surgery practice is devoted to the rejuvenation and enhancement of your natural beauty using state-of-the-art procedures. His aim it to achieve exceptional, natural looking results that make you look and feel more confident about your appearance. He is a fully accredited plastic surgeon and is on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. He is also a full member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS), and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and…

Mr Naveen Cavale

Mr Naveen Cavale, BSc(Hons) MBBS MSc FRCSEd(Plast) Naveen Cavale is a fully qualified and fully accredited UK Plastic Surgeon who graduated from University College London and the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.  He has an NHS Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery practice in King’s College Hospital, London as well as a Private Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery practice in Chelsea and The Shard. He is registered on the General Medical Council (GMC) – the equivalent of ‘board certified’ in the USA. In addition to reconstructive surgery, Mr Cavale specialises in breast surgery (enhancements and reductions), rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty (corrective eyelid surgery) and…

Home Harley Street Emporium

Harley Street Emporium is a website where you can find a doctor, find information on perimenopause and menopause, women’s health and skin care. We feature the best anti-aging skin care products and the best acne products as well as information on how to treat various skin conditions. Consumers can also book with some of the UK’s best menopause doctors, plastic surgeons, dermatologists and aesthetic practitioners. Harley Street Emporium features editorially independent information about skin care, skin conditions and treatments. The site also features a glossary of ingredients telling consumers what each one does and if there are any safety concerns…