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I have been thinking about this forever - but I never had the nerve to actually do it. But over the last 5 years I've had a lumpectomy from a breast cancer treatment as well as radiation and a year and a half ago I had a baby girl! So needless to say, my breasts are in need of help. The breast that was treated for cancer is smaller and higher due to the radiation. I am currently a small 36...
Post-Medical School TrainingFellowship: Aesthetic Surgery, The Wellington Hospital
Membership: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Treatments offered at London Plastic Surgery Clinic
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I have really wide thumbs and I would like to get it fixed. Is there a surgery that can fix that? (Photo)
You may have a congenital condition known as bifid thumb. the first thing you should do is get an x-ray to have a look at the bony structure. If that... READ MORE
In UK, any doctors including GP can do surgery as long as they are registered with the MC. Since plastic surgery encompass a very diverse field, it is... READ MORE
There is no limitation in walking or lower body exercise. It is be to limit upper body exercise and movement for about 6 weeks to reduce swelling and... READ MORE
Epicanthic fold can be changed and quite commonly done. the degree of epicanthic fold varies and require different technique. if it is very mild, i... READ MORE
It is not always necessary to have an uplift after an explant. The breast will look empty and droopy immediately after surgery but skins do contract.... READ MORE
It is a personal choice but looking at your photos, there is some ptotic changes and could benefit from an uplift. However, the important thing is... READ MORE
I am 3 weeks post implant removal and mastopexy and still waiting for my stitches to be removed. Is this safe?
Please check with your surgeon. I think most surgeon used dissolvable sutures for mastopexy surgery and therefore, no need to be removed. If the... READ MORE
Implant removal can be done at any time after the initial augmentation. The issue is probably to avoid a bad decision as body shape changes take time... READ MORE
The answer is no as the stimulant ( the implant) is gone. However, if the contracted capsule is left behind, it it unlikely to disappear. READ MORE
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