Professional Cosmetic Surgery provides cosmetic buttock surgery in London to both men and women at either Highgate Private Hospital, London, or Wellbeck Hospital, London. Professional Cosmetic Surgery believe that a satisfied client is the best advert for their work. They pride themselves on the fact that the vast majority of their clients are received through personal referrals, where their level of service and success has been recommended purely by word of mouth. They rarely advertise commercially.
Professional Cosmetic Surgery provide both buttock lift and buttock augmentation surgery procedures. Surgical procedures are carried out by Professional Cosmetic Surgery’s own consultant cosmetic surgeon, Mr. A Jeya Prakash MBBS, MS, FRCS. Mr Prakash is assisted by trained and experienced staff comprising a nurse, an aesthetic practitioner, a patient coordinator, and a secretary who are available at all times to help and assist you with the utmost sensitivity to ensure that your visit to the Professional Cosmetic Surgery clinic is a satisfying and pleasurable experience.
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Your treatment at Professional Cosmetic Surgery
At Professional Cosmetic Surgery, your comfort is most important. You will find reception areas, consulting rooms, and treatment rooms relaxing and tranquil places equipped with the latest imaging and evaluation systems and software. When you are relaxed, you will be able to assimilate the maximum amount of information and get a clear picture of what your chosen procedure entails.
Professional Cosmetic Surgery have carefully designed this specialised environment just for you.
The Professional Cosmetic Surgery treatment room has a soothing ambience and is fully equipped
to exacting standards, including the latest imaging facilities. As a routine, Professional Cosmetic Surgery takes pre and post-procedure standardised photographs (and videos if appropriate) in their mini studio. Using imaging software, they offer 2D simulations of end results for most procedures, which gives clients a good idea of the desired outcome. These images are an excellent way for Mr Prakash to gain a good understanding of the patient's expectations and, also, for the client to appreciate the degree of improvement that can be realistically achieved.
When required, Professional Cosmetic Surgery take high resolution 3D photographs for the
assessment and analysis of skin texture and/or improvement in quality. This equipment allows them to monitor improvements in body shape and Professional Cosmetic Surgery are in the process of obtaining a full-face 3D imaging camera for the evaluation of larger areas that may require treatment.
Interactive information software
Professional Cosmetic Surgery also have patient information software which is interactive. It introduces and describes the various procedures and treatments that they offer and enables you to highlight any areas that may be of concern to you. Professional Cosmetic Surgery are constantly updating their equipment and systems to keep pace with the latest technology. This ensures that Mr Prakash is able to offer his clients the most up-to-date treatments available.
Buttock augmentation surgery
Buttock augmentation is a procedure to improve the size and shape of the buttocks, either by means of fat transfer or gluteal (buttock) implants. Augmentation by means of fat transfer can provide minimal enhancement, with comparatively quicker recovery. Buttock implants on the other hand provide maximum, longer lasting results, but with longer recovery.
Buttock implants come in various shapes and forms. They are essentially silicone shells containing silicone fillings. Each type of implant has advantages and disadvantages. There is no one ideal implant for all individuals, under all circumstances. Each type of implant will be discussed and explained during consultation with due regards to an individual’s age, buttock type and size, family history, past medical history, occupation and aesthetic expectations.
The usually available sizes of implants are small, medium and large. The available shapes are round and tear drop. It is now possible to have custom made implants, personalised size and more anatomically shaped.
The surgeon will choose the implant based on your desired results and the limitations of your anatomy.
The procedure usually takes 1 to 2 hours to perform. An incision is made 5-6 cm along the midline (between the buttocks). Through this incision, the gluteus or buttock muscle on both sides are lifted to form pockets, into which the implants are placed. Before closing the incision with sutures the surgeon will ensure that the implants are placed comfortably such that they are symmetrical (without any fold) and appear natural, making any changes if necessary.
Buttock lift surgery
buttock lift is a surgery to improve the sagging and reshaping the buttock area. It aims to create a better (rounded) shape by removing any redundant skin and adipose tissue that passes the buttock crease at the (posterior) midline of the thigh.
This surgery is not only useful to improve sagging but can also improve the appearance of buttocks that are either too long or saggy and can also treat skin slackness at specific points.
Types of buttock lift
There are different types of buttock lifting based on the area that needs correction and the subsequent shape of the scar:
Upper buttock lifting: Used to treat severe gluteal-trochanteric sagging.
DTA lower buttock lifting: Aims to correct moderate excess skin at the lower gluteal crease area by creating a new crease and producing a lifting effect to shorten long buttocks, or to improve any existing gross asymmetry and even to improve a double fold.
Medial Buttock Lifting: Used to treat mild sagging when the aim is to treat the saggy tissue and not to lift the lower crease. The scar is usually hidden by the bikini line or can be hidden by a tattoo in the sacral area which is becoming more common these days.
Lateral Buttock lifting: Used to correct mild slackness in the trochanteric area.
Professional Cosmetic Surgery
112, Harley Street
Tel: 020 7224 1622
Fax: 020 7224 1577
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