Cosmetic procedures are carried out by a medical professional to change a person’s appearance. Learn about the difference procedures, and what’s involved.
Guide to cosmetic surgery
Cosmetic surgery alters a person’s appearance. Learn the difference between cosmetic and plastic surgeons, and know what to ask to your surgeon.
Rhinoplasty (nose job)
Rhinoplasty (often called a ‘nose job’) is surgery to repair or reshape the nose. But what questions must you ask before having one? Learn more here.
A urethrotomy is an operation to treat a narrowing of your urethra. The narrowing is usually caused by scar tissue forming after inflammation, an infection or injury.
The inferior turbinates can sometimes become permanently enlarged and block your nose. Surgery should relieve your symptoms.
A breast uplift is an operation to improve the shape of your breasts. For some individuals, a breast reduction or augmentation may be more suitable.
This type of cosmetic surgery reshapes the body by removing fat. It’s not suitable for everyone and isn’t a weight-loss procedure.
Breast reconstruction with abdominal tissue flap
A breast reconstruction with abdominal tissue is an operation to recreate a breast shape. You should consider the options carefully and have realistic expectations about the results.
Chest wall perforator flap breast reconstruction
A CWPF breast reconstruction is an operation to remove cancer and recreate a breast shape at the same time.
Septoplasty will resolve a deviated septum, making it straight and relieving your symptoms of a blocked nose. Learn more about the risks and benefits of this surgery.