Which Profession Has the most Plastic Surgery? (The Answer Might Surprise You…)

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Why do so many teachers opt for plastic surgery? At Aurora Clinics, many of our surgeons have noticed a trend for more teachers than other professions opting for plastic surgical procedures. The possible causes for this that we have discussed include: Pressure to remain youthful: Teachers are one of the only professions who frequently work [...]

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July 14th, 2011   |   Face, General News, Non Surgical, Rhinoplasty    |  No Comments

3 Cosmetic Surgery Procedure Tips to Stop YOU Losing the X Factor like Cheryl Cole!

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Even Cheryl Cole Cannot Ignore Cosmetic Surgery If She Wants To Stay Hot at the Top! Poor old Cheryl Cole has really had a rough time of it since leaving the UK to join the X Factor judges in the USA. Whilst she struggled to maintain her position on the show, she equally found herself struggling [...]

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June 8th, 2011   |   Breast Enlargement, General News, Rhinoplasty, tummy tuck    |  No Comments

Explaining the latest Cosmetic Surgery Trends: New 2010 BAAPS Statistics

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Some clear trends in Cosmetic Surgery were apparent when The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) released the UK’s 2010 statistics this week. Despite the recession, there are more cosmetic surgery procedures being carried out in the UK than ever: a 5% increase on the previous year. But whilst some procedures are clearly on [...]

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Do I need Cosmetic or Plastic Surgery? The Differences Explained.

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The terms ‘plastic surgery’ and ‘cosmetic surgery’ are often used interchangeably or cause confusion: many people in the UK think that ‘plastic surgery’ is just the American term, when in fact it is a completely different field. When looking into procedures to change the way you look, it is important to get the basic terminology [...]

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Cosmetic Surgery for Men

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Do you think nip/tuck is only for women? Think again because there are many options available for men and becoming increasingly popular in the UK. Here are some statistics to start with: The top cosmetic surgery procedures for men in 2007 include liposuction, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, male breast reduction, and facelift. The top non-surgical procedures for [...]

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All you need to know about Cosmetic Nose Surgery – known as Rhinoplasty


Nose cosmetic surgery is also known as rhinoplasty, although there are many who prefer to call it the nose job or nose reshaping. The nose cosmetic surgery procedure is used for altering the size and shape of the nose, which will definitely affect your appearance or change the way you look! Nose cosmetic surgery was [...]

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January 11th, 2011   |   FAQ's, Rhinoplasty    |  No Comments

How do I choose a good rhinoplasty surgeon (nose reshaping surgeon)?

Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping) is a particularly technical challenge for surgeons. This is because the nose is essential to the face and very visible and any fine alterations or abnormalities will be very visible. Some surgeons specialise in rhinoplasty surgery and some choose not to perform this procedure. For example, I do not perform rhinoplasty operations [...]

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October 12th, 2010   |   Rhinoplasty    Both comments and pings are currently closed.

What can be done to improve the appearance of my nose?

Rhinoplasty surgery does vary significantly from individual to individual according to the shape of the nose and your desired outcome. Normally, most people are concerned about the profile of the nose from its side which can hold the tip of the nose from the front. The profile of the nose can be altered by removing [...]

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October 1st, 2010   |   Rhinoplasty    |  1 Comment

Nose surgery (rhinoplasty) what part of the nose can be treated?

The nose is divided into different areas which are all treated differently. From the top to the bottom, the upper third of the nose is composed of bone, the middle third of the nose is composed of cartilage sheets and the lower part of the nose is curved by curve softer areas of cartilage. This [...]

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September 29th, 2010   |   Rhinoplasty    |  No Comments

How long is the recovery following rhinoplasty surgery?

I recently received an enquiry from a policeman who was considering a rhinoplasty operation. He could be off work for 3 weeks but was concerned that his nose would still be fragile and susceptible to further damage at work after this period. In my reply, I explained that the nose would look essentially normal at [...]

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September 19th, 2010   |   Rhinoplasty    |  No Comments