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Cosmetic surgery: latest treatments and news: July 2006

Private Healthcare UK cosmetic surgery news keeps you up to date with the latest news and developments in cosmetic surgery in the UK.

  • Study finds gastric bypass more effective than banding Gastric bypass procedures result in greater weight loss in severely obese patients than gastric banding procedures, according to a new study. The most common form of gastric bypass, the laparoscopic...
  • Thai hospital promotes benefits of overseas treatment Senior doctors at the Bangkok Hospital in Phuket, Thailand, have announced plans to market their services in Britain. The team of medics have obtained the support of the Tourism Authority of Thailand...
  • New face scanner predicts success of plastic surgery A new piece of equipment has been developed which will enable surgeons to predict the effectiveness of plastic surgery. Researchers at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead and Imperial...
  • New facelift surgery device produces promising results A pilot study involving a new device which could help with facial plastic surgery has produced promising results. The Endotine ST is used to stabilise soft tissue surrounding the cheekbone after the...
  • India is medical tourism destination of choice India is the top global destination for medical tourism, according to a new market research report. A study on the Indian Healthcare sector, conducted by RNCOS, has revealed the country's medical...
  • Cost is main barrier to cosmetic surgery, not concept UK residents are set to spend around £659 million on cosmetic procedures over the next 12 months and the only thing preventing many more from going under the knife is cost. A recent report from...
  • Study finds BOTOX could ease depression Only four per cent of young women are happy with their body and the majority would be prepared to have surgery to improve it, according to a new survey. The vast majority 79 per cent of women...