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March 2017

Mommy Makeover

What is a Mummy Makeover?

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The mummy makeover has become a term used for the combination of breast enlargement or uplift and tummy tuck after having children. It has been widely adopted in the States but less so in the U.K. Breast changes after having children The common breast changes after childbirth include loss of volume, drooping and lower nipple position. There are a few options for addressing the changes of the breast from breast enlargement to a breast uplift. Breast enlargement is used to increase the volume or size of the breast by using a breast implant. This may help lift the nipple slightly…

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Tattoo Removal Wilmslow Cheshire Manchester London

Can I have surgical tattoo removal or tattoo excision?

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There are many people who have tattoos and then regret them.  Laser tattoo removal has long been the first choice for getting rid of them.  Laser often involves multiple treatments spread over a length of time.  There will also often be some ‘ghost’ or shadow of the tattoo at the end.  Advances in lasers using Pico technology have improved the response to laser treatment.  Dark inks such as black appear to respond the best whilst lighter colours like yellow or green frequently have a poor response to laser. There are a growing number of patients seeking surgical removal or excision…

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rhinoplasty cheshire

What is Earfold? The new method of prominent ear correction

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Prominent ears, commonly known as bat ears, arise when there is failure of the anti helical fold to develop.  The anti-helical fold is the natural fold of the ear that is flat in patients with bat ears.  The aim of surgery is to recreate this fold and bend the sticking out part of ear backwards. The surgery to correct sticking out ears is called pinnaplasty or otoplasty.  Pinnaplasty involved making a long incision on the back of the ear and then scoring the cartilage or using stitches to fold back the cartilage.  Patients would often need to wear a dressing…

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