Face Lift :

Facial aging include the loss of midface volume, jowling, development of nasal labial fold, wrinkling, laxity in the neck region and loose skin. Patient with the above appearance who would like to have improvement to the facial appearance would benefit from face and neck lift surgery, be it full face lift or short scar face lift (MACS). Face lift surgery can minimise the effects of ageing by smoothing out lines and wrinkles and tightening up loose skin on the face and neck.

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Permalip :

Lip augmentation is most commonly performed with injectable filler that are non-permanent and will need to be repeated on a regular basis. The use of a soft silicone implant (permalip) improve the volume with a single surgical procedure. Patient will no longer required regular injection to replenish the filler and if the patient is unhappy with the implant, it can be easily removed with a short procedure with minimal residue effect.

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Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty) :

Patients who dislike certain features of their nose can have it reshaped with either an open or close rhinoplasty procedure. The surgery can altered the shape of the nose but there is limitation to the degree of changes and your surgeon can explain all to you.

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Lip Augmentation :

Besides natural thin lips, aging leads to bony resorption and facial volume loss. Lip augmentation can improve the peri-oral appearance and increase lip volume. While the use of hyaluronic acid injection (filler) is the most common method, other technique using fat injection and lip implant are also available.

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Facial Rejuvenation :

Facial rejuvenation is very individualized. That’s why it’s important to discuss your hopes and expectations with a certified plastic surgeon who has experience with many different types of surgical and non-surgical facial procedures.

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Eye Lid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) :

With ageing, the upper eyelid skin becomes more lax and droopy (dermatochalasis) and in the worst scenario, it can obstruct vision. The lower eyelid can have a baggy appearance due to skin and underlying tissue weakness. This required surgical intervention where the excess skin and fat are removed and the underlying structure tightened.

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Endoscopic Brow Lift :

The position of the eyebrow descends with age and can produce an appearance of tiredness or sadness. Re-positioning of the brow at a slightly higher position can produce a younger and fresher look. Before you proceed, you should always compare your brow position currently with old photographs.

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Ear correction (pinnaplasty) :

The lack of the anti-helical fold and prominent “concha” are the cause of prominent ears and patients dislike the protrusion appearance. This can be corrected through an incision at the back of the ear and the curvatures of the ear altered using sutures. Patients are required to wear bandage at night for approximately 6 weeks.

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Double eyelid surgery :

The lack of tarsal fold is common among orientals and this is known as single eyelid. The change into double eyelid required surgical intervention to create a tarsal crease. This is best performed with the incisional method (cutting) but some patients are suitable for the suturing technique (non-cutting).

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Chin Augmentation/Reduction :

Chin reduction / Augmentation is an effective way of dealing with the common problem of a receding chin or a prominent chin. It can greatly improve the profile of a person by making noses and overbites appear smaller and leave the face better proportioned, giving an overall balanced effect.

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Cheek Augmentation :

Cheek Augmentation / Cheek Implants is a common procedure used to bring balance to the facial structure by way of correcting a deficient cheek area due to congenital deficiency, age-related bone resorption or facial trauma…

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Asian Aesthetics :

There are unique facial features in all ethnic groups and even within Asian/Oriental. Alteration of these ethnic features is best carried out by physicians that understand and appreciate the requirement of patients.

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Breast asymmetry :

Breast asymmetry is a common condition but when it becomes an issue, surgery is a good method in improving the symmetry between the two side using a combination of techniques. After examination, your surgeon can give you advice according to your physique and your preference.

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Male breast reduction (gynaecomastia) :

Male breast (gynaecomastia) is a common condition that can cause embarrassment and provided there is no underlying medical issue, the gynaecomastia can be corrected with liposuction and glandular excision leaving minimal scarring. In the more advance cases, some skin excision may be necessary.

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Breast Reconstruction :

Wide local excision or mastectomy leave deformity and asymmetry between the two breasts and surgery can be useful in improving the different by introducing addition skin and soft tissue from other part of the body or the use of implant and surgical techniques to reshape the breasts to improve the cosmetic appearance. The surgery can be carried out at the time of the breast surgery (immediate) or on a later date (delayed).

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Breast Reduction (Mammoplasty) :

Large breasts (macromastia) can cause back and shoulder pain, postural changes and skin infection. Breast reduction surgery involved excision of the breast tissue and skin and at the same time, improve the shape and nipple position by the uplifting effect from the reduction surgery.

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Breast lifting (Mastopexy) :

The lost of skin elasticity, breast volume and gravitational changes lead to ptotic changes of the breast where the shape become less projecting and the position of the nipple become lower. Breast lifting surgery improves the projection and nipple position by excising the excess skin and tightening of the breast tissue. It can be combined with breast augmentation at the same time to improve the volume loss.

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Breast Augmentation :

Breast volume can be increased by using silicone or saline implant and in special cases, the use of a person fatty tissue from elsewhere. Silicone implant is still the most commonly used and your surgeon can clarify the different options during consultation.

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Acellular Dermal Matrix :

Acellular dermal matrix (ADM) has transformed implant based breast reconstruction and even in certain cases of aesthetic breast surgery.  It provides additional inferior support for the implant and tissue and acts as an internal bra…

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Mini-abdominoplasty :

Mini-abdominoplasty are for patient who has some lower abdominal excess skin but insufficient for a full abdominoplasty and may have abdominal bulging from childbirth and muscle weakness. The lower abdominal scar is usually shorter and there is no scar around the umbilicus.

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Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) :

Abdominoplasty is the operation of choice when there is excess skin in the lower abdomen in addition to fatty tissue or when the midline muscles need to be repair to reduce the bulging.

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Thigh Lift :

Liposuction is the treatment of choice for excess fatty tissue deposition in the thigh region. However, with increase in age and large volume reduction, the excess skin on the medial aspect of the thigh will be unsightly. The excess skin will need to be removed by surgery and will either leave a scar along the groin crease or along the length of the thigh.

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Massive Weight Loss Surgery (MWLS) :

Patient who successfully loss a significant amount of weight is to be applauded but in many cases, they are left with excess laxed skin that needed to be removed to improve the cosmetic appearance. These surgeries include circumferential body lift, abdominoplasty, arm lift, breast uplift and so forth. A detail consultation will help with the planning and the type of surgery best suited to the patient.

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Male breast reduction (gynaecomastia) :

Male breast (gynaecomastia) is a common condition that can cause embarrassment and provided there is no underlying medical issue, the gynaecomastia can be corrected with liposuction and glandular excision leaving minimal scarring. In the more advance cases, some skin excision may be necessary.

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Liposuction and Liposculpturing :

Liposuction and liposculpturing are techniques used to remove excess stubborn fat from area that persist despite dieting and exercising. They are not the solution to weight loss. There are many machines that have been advertise but the result is more dependent on the surgeon rather than the machine.

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Circumferential body lift and abdominoplasty :

This is extremely troublesome for patients both socially and physically with recurrent skin infection and unable to buy clothing. The treatment of choice is to have a circumferential body lift…

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Arm Reduction :

The relaxation of the suspensory ligaments with age and massive weight loss lead to the appearance of ptotic upper arm tissue (Bingo wing). This can be treated by a combination of liposuction and skin excision.

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Split earlobe :

Accidental avulsion of earrings or heavy earrings can lead to partial or complete splitting of the earlobe. This can be repaired with a minor surgical treatment under local anaesthetic leaving relatively minimal scarring. It is important to realize the repair will take time to strengthen and therefore, immediate re-piercing is not recommended.

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Scar Revision :

Thickened and widened scars can lead to an unsightly appearance and occasionally a tight band limiting movement. Scar revision usually required the excision of the old scar and allowing the wound healing process to start afreash. This provide a second chance for the scar to heal in a better controlled environment. Unfortunately, scarring is permanent and can never be completely eliminated.

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Moles and skin lesions :

Most skin lesions such as moles, skin tags and cysts are non-cancerous. You may be concerned of some changes such as colour or size or simply dislike the appearance.

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Ear correction (pinnaplasty) :

The lack of the anti-helical fold and prominent “concha” are the cause of prominent ears and patients dislike the protrusion appearance. This can be corrected through an incision at the back of the ear and the curvatures of the ear altered using sutures. Patients are required to wear bandage at night for approximately 6 weeks.

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Calecim :

Our product is a patented protein mix derived from Umbilical Cord Lining Extract. It consists of the full complement of proteins that are generated by umbilical cord lining cells, creating a perfect media for skin health. The formulation does not contain any cells or cell particles.

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Fillers :

Hyaluronic acid is a natural ground substance found in human tissue and provides the integrity of skin and underlying tissue. It is now the most commonly used substance in what is commonly known as “filler” to replace lost volume in the facial area, correction of minor deformity and augmentation of specific features such as nasal bridge and chin.

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PDO ( Polydioxanone)/ PGA thread lift :

Thread lifts are a relatively new form of non-surgical face lift. If your face has loosening or sagging skin and you want a tighter, fresher more youthful look, this treatment may be suitable. There are no cuts or incisions, just injections.

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Botox :

Botulinum toxin injection into the facial area will paralyse the specific muscle of facial expression leading to relaxation and reduction in wrinkles with time. This is a non-permanent treatment and will require repeat treatments. Botulinum toxin can also be used for muscle reduction as in face slimming or calf reduction.

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Blepharoplasty in London

Cost of Upper And Lower Blepharoplasty In London

The Cost of Blepharoplasty and What to Expect

Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic surgery that deals with correcting the condition of your skin caused by aging especially near your eyelids and around the eyes. The operation is a sensitive process and a great concern especially to the elderly. Nobody wishes to have sagging eyelids as this could cause tiredness, headaches, tears, and pain as one struggle to see with the sagging eyelids and that is why it should be a great concern.

This Cosmetic Surgery in UK is ideal for anyone with swollen eyelids and unattractive fat sediments, but it is highly recommended for individuals who are physically fit and have a mental stability. The age recommendable is 35 years and above, but if this is an issue that runs in the family, you can have it corrected at a younger age.

Who is not fit for the surgery?

As mentioned, this is a serious and sensitive process, and not everyone can bare going through it and coming out fine. Some of the cases where one is not allowed to undergo the procedure are if one has dry eyes, persons suffering from high blood pressure, individuals with cardiovascular problems, hypothyroidism, grave diseases just to mention a few.

When is the right time for the surgery?

Fortunately, the procedure can be done without any restrictions, but it is a good idea that if you plan on going for a vacation or places where there is sunlight exposure, you should wait for at least three weeks after the surgery.

What are the expectations after the surgery?

Once the surgery is done, your site becomes clear again, excess skin is removed, and the shape of your eyelids becomes firm. However, there are risks associated with Blepharoplasty which include;

• You may experience blurred or double vision. This is expected to happen for just a few days after the surgery.
• The eyelids’ corners may experience a temporary swelling
• You may experience ectropion, which is a swelling on the lower part and in such a case you may need another surgery.
• At times you may have a hard time when sleeping due to difficulties when closing your eyes.
• Sometimes you may experience hearing problems

Your cosmetic surgeon will inquire about your health history to know if you are fit for the surgery. If you are found to be good, the surgeon will do an eye test, and also you have to produce your eye record to determine if you have been having any troubles in the past and if the eyes are suitable for surgery.

How is the surgery done?

It comprises of the removal of the excess skin and fat from the eyelids. This operation does not take a lot of time, and it is done when you are awake although you will be given painkillers to relieve pain. It will take about an hour and probably go home after and it is, therefore, a wise idea if you carry sunglasses with you.

What to do after the surgery?

Applying ice is recommended for the first few days after the surgery. After three days you can start using Stratamed to make the healing quickly. Limit the time you spend reading, using the computer and watching TV for the first week. Stitches are removed after a week or so, and you will have to wait for the swelling to subsidize after that.

What is the cost?

Blepharoplasty in London will cost you about £1499 to GPB £3374 depending on the degree of your problem.
If you or your relative is in need of Blepharoplasty, then LONDON PLASTIC SURGERY CLINIC is the place to be. Contact or visit us today to book an appointment and get started.

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