Cosmetic Surgery                                         Important

A recent survey found that almost half of Britons would consider cosmetic surgery. In  2007  577,000 cosmetic treatments were carried out in the UK - around 90% of them on women. The market has doubled in two years and is now worth more than £900m. It is expected to top £1bn in 2008.

'For many Britons some simple procedures are as routine as going to their hairdresser' stated the Harley Medical Group not long ago. The number of inquiries it received in the first two weeks of 2008 is at an all-time high - a 32 per cent increase on 2007.  Breast surgery is still the most popular procedure - but 20 per cent more men are opting to go under the knife than in 2006. The number of those having botox has also soared by 51 per cent, while non-surgical facelifts and laser hair removal are also up.



Surgical Procedures:
Breast Augmentation Breast Lift Breast Reduction
Face Lift Liposuction Tummy Tuck
Eyelid Lift Rhinoplasty Chin Augmentation
Brow Lift