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5 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
Richard Price is very professional at all times, open and explains all into detail. Gives his support not only before, during the operation but also afterwards, even after the year. His job is incredible.
5 out of 5 stars Facelift
I found Mr price very professional, caring and informative. He is a leading expert in facial reconstruction so I felt very safe in his hands.
Very helpful, spent an hour with me during my first consultation. He showed me before and after pictures, he went through the whole procedure step by step.
5 out of 5 stars Mommy Makeover
29 year old mother of a two and six year old. I'm 5'4" and weigh approx. 145lbs. I have wanted this surgery for quite some time now and recently (6 weeks ago) decided to schedule it. I am an avid runner and I found that the more I ran and the more weight I lost, the worst the loose skin was around my belly and my boobs looked like deflated balloons! First day and half of 2nd day pain was...
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
After losing 9st/ 126lbs (pic is 8st/112lbs), a vigorous (and addictive) exercise schedule started to try and tone up my flabby, post pregnancy, weightloss body! Unfortunately nothing shifted my tummy so surgery was my only option. After searching for PS's and asking others for advice I found one who is also works in the NHS and is registered with several notably Plastic Surgeon boards - of...
International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BSc(Hons), Anatomy, University of London
MBBS, Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School - London
MD, University of London
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Most popular answers from Richard D. Price, MBBS, MD, FRCS(Plast)
I would have thought now would be the time to discuss this. I am not aware that an uplift would adversely affect your abdomen. READ MORE
Be careful that you are getting or discussing Botox units. There are other forms, for example Dysport, that need much greater amounts/units and are... READ MORE
Should I seek a second opinion? BA June 2016. Since the op I've had issues with my left breast (Photo)
I think getting a second opinion would be useful if your original surgeon cannot explain the difference. Clearly, if your breasts were significantly... READ MORE
BA with an inframammary incision, would like to avoid keloiding. Any recommendations on scar creams?
Thank you for your question. You seem to be expecting keloid scars for some reason - are you prone to them? In my experience, I have never seen a... READ MORE
I can see no reason why not. The tattoo is an injection into the skin itself, which is pretty much done as soon its finished. The botox is an... READ MORE
Your scar looks fins as far as I can see. You do not seem to have a dressing on it, which would be normal in my practice, and I ask my patients not to... READ MORE
Botox has not, as far as I am aware, been studied in breastfeeding patients. You should have mentioned this to your practitioner - or they should have... READ MORE
I tell my patients it follows the rule of threes: 3 days to start to work (often earlier though) 3 weeks for final effect 3 months to wear... READ MORE
If the whole of your muscle has been treated adequately, clenching your teeth should not give visible movement here. The muscle does require higher... READ MORE
I had a face lift/neck lift 18 months ago with underlying layers lifted. Can I get a revision removing skin only?
Skin, being elastic, will always stretch no matter how tight you pull it, or how many times. The risk of having multiple 'nips and tucks' is you may... READ MORE
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