Statistics Show Buoyant Sector
BAAPS (The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) annual survey results have been issued, showing a 13% rise in surgical procedures in the UK.
Face and neck lifts were up 16% and the third most common procedure after eyelid surgery in 2nd place and breast augmentation in first
Consultant plastic surgeon and Baaps council member Ash Mosahebi said many reasons were contributing to the increase. He told the BBC:
“I think partly because the economy is improving and people are spending more on luxury items.
“And social media is becoming more popular, people are sending pictures of themselves frequently and want to look good.
“And I would say the Botox generation who got older using Botox and fillers, those things are not working any more for those age groups so they’re taking the next step up and that is surgical options.”
Thread Lifts and Liquid Facelift
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre help many patients to fight the signs of ageing.
They offer a number of very effective non-surgical procedures which can be considered before having a full surgical facelift – with the costs, recovery implications and risks associated.
- Thread lifts work to lift the structure of facial tissues from within using specially designed threads
- Dermal fillers can be used in a structural way by adding volume at specific points to lift the facial tissues into a more youthful look
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre has an excellent reputation in the Northampton area as an independent, doctor-led practice with over 10 years experience. Cosmetic skin treatments are carried out by Dr John Tanqueray, who also works with Allergan to train other professionals in his skills and techniques.
A private consultation is suggested in the first instance in order to facilitate a full discussion about the desired results as well as detailed facial and skin assessment. Find out more about first consultation.
For further information or to arrange a confidential consultation, please complete our contact form, call 01604 702630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.