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How do I choose the right surgeon/treatment provider?

How do I choose the right surgeon/treatment provider?

Chosing to have cosmetic surgery or other forms of cosmetic treatment is a big decision, and it is very important to choose the right treatment provider for the job. In this article we've tried to sum up the different steps that you should go through before chosing on a particular clinic or hospital for the treatment.
Regulation on Cosmetic Treatment

Regulation on Cosmetic Treatment

Before undergoing cosmetic surgery or other forms of cosmetic treatment at a private hospital or in a private clinic, you should know the rules governing the area. Most providers of cosmetic treatments must be registered with the Healthcare Commission, but not all. Get to know for yourself with this brief summary of the rules that clinics and hospitals must follow.
Wishing for smaller breasts...

Wishing for smaller breasts...

Read Lise's personal story about her greatest wish of all - The wish to have smaller breasts. The 23-year-old tells us her story of how she struggled with the both physical and psychological burden og having very large breast, why she finally choose to have surgery, and how her closest family reacted to this decision. Today, after having breast reduction surgery, Lise is immensely happy with the result, and she now helps other women who contemplate having breast reduction surgery.
Non-surgical options for the treatment of hair loss

Non-surgical options for the treatment of hair loss

The search for new ways to help those suffering from hair loss has captured word-wide attention. Some new non-surgical hair loss treatment techniques and products have been proven to be of benefit, while others have simply played on the emotional strings of those who suffer from the problem. Professor of Dermatology, Dr. Robert M. Bernstein, takes a look at the treatment options available.
» 24-02-2018

One THIRD of millennials only brush their teeth once a day

Many Americans are neglectful of their oral hygiene, raising their risks not only of disease of the mouth, but heart disease and dementia. Millennials have worse habits and are more afraid of dentists.
» 23-02-2018

Indian state offers free breast implants to the poor

Tamil Nadu officials say service provided to stop people taking loans they can not afford or opting for other methodsA south Indian state has become possibly the first in the world to offer publicly-funded breast implants, its health minister arguing, “Why should beauty treatment not be available to the poor?”The Tamil Nadu state health departme...
» 23-02-2018

Map reveals where in England avoids the dentist the most

Just 84 per cent of adults residing in the area ran by Norwich CCG have had a check-up in the past two years.By contrast, just 18 per cent of adults in North West & Reading CCG have done the same.
» 23-02-2018

Cosmetic surgery procedures that don't cause wounds

EXCLUSIVE: Surgeons in the UK are now in a position where they can perform labiaplasties, breast lifts and eyelid surgery without causing any wounds, blood or stitches.
» 23-02-2018

Drinking trendy fruit teas can ruin your smile

Dentists at King's College London's Dental Institute have warned that the acid in fruit teas can erode our teeth, wearing away enamel and raising the risk of needing a filling or crown.