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Liverpool's top five plastic surgery procedures revealed – Liverpool Echo

Liverpool EchoLiverpool's top five plastic surgery procedures revealedLiverpool EchoSenior plastic surgeon Rizwan Alvi said: “Liverpool has been called the UK capital of cosmetic surgery for a good reason. “The figures showing an increase in numbers of cosmetic surgery procedures – when the national trend is a decrease, it says a lot …Free boob jobs? Plastic surgery should never be a 'prize'Telegraph.co.ukall 2 news articles »

Turn Back the Clock with Non-Surgical Procedures

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11 Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Got Invisalign (bellasugar)

I'm 26 years old, and for years, every time I see a celebrity or a person crack open a mouth full of perfectly straight teeth, I can't help but feel envious _and_ a little upset that my teeth don't look that way. Even after braces, my teeth have never been flawless. I'm plagued with an open bite. This means 20 out of 24 of my teeth have significant space between them, even when I bite down. A decade ago, orthodontists told me I would have to get a second round of braces and jaw surgery to fully correct the situation. I put it off for years, because worse than crooked teeth was the thought of having surgery and braces (again)!
However, this year, my orthodontist recommended an alternative treatment, Invisalign, that had a good chance of straightening my teeth and correcting my bite without surgery. Unlike braces, which use metal wires and brackets to straighten teeth, Invisalign moves teeth with a series of custom-made aligners (aka retainers) made from clear plastic, so they are far less noticeable than braces. I jumped on board right away, but I didn't do as much research as I probably …

Less Rhinoplasty, More Chin Melting: Plastic Surgery Is Weirder Than Ever – Daily Beast

Daily BeastLess Rhinoplasty, More Chin Melting: Plastic Surgery Is Weirder Than EverDaily BeastThe proposal highlights a growing trend in America's cosmetic tastes: plastic surgery without the surgery part. Last year, the nation's penchant for “minimally invasive” procedures (such as Botox) was closing in on that of its more traditional …

Thousands Risk Health Over Cosmetic Surgery

Thousands of people are putting themselves at serious risk by "recklessly" rushing into having plastic surgery procedures. The British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) has launched a new campaign, Think Over Before You Make Over, urging people to think carefully before going under the knife. Their research suggests nearly a quarter of all people having …