Breast implants (made from silicone) are inserted under the breast – either directly beneath the breast tissue or partially under the muscle underneath the breast.
Your breasts are reduced by removing skin and breast tissue from below and around the nipple.
A breast uplift (mastopexy) improves the shape of the breast by tightening the skin and lifting the nipple position.
Made from a drug called Botulinum Toxin, BOTOX® injections relax the facial muscles responsible for causing wrinkles.
Dermal fillers such as Juvéderm® are made from a substance called hyaluronic acid, which occurs naturally in the skin.
There are many different types of moles, lumps and bumps that affect the skin. Various different treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, are available depending on the type of skin lesion.
Split Earlobe RepairThe normal appearance of the earlobe can be restored by a short surgical procedure that takes place under local anaesthetic.
The normal appearance of the earlobe can be restored by a short surgical procedure that takes place under local anaesthetic.
An abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) aims to give you a smoother, flatter tummy by removing excess skin and fat.
Brachioplasty is an operation to remove excess skin and fat from the upper arms (sometimes called “bingo wings”).
Liposuction involves using narrow tubes (cannulas) to suck out areas of unwanted fat from under the skin.
The joints of the hand can be damaged by arthritis, causing pain and deformity.
The nerves of the hand can become compressed causing discomfort, weakness and numbness.
Inflammation of the tendons, causing limited and painful movement in the hand.
A ganglion is a sac of jellylike fluid, often arising from a joint or tendon sheath.
A condition in which the tissue under the skin in the palm and fingers (the fascia) becomes thickened.
The hand is one of the most commonly injured parts of the body.