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Cosmetic surgery: latest treatments and news: January 2009

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

  • Tummy tuck is most popular cosmetic surgery The Harley medical Group - manPeople are not being deterred from having cosmetic surgery by the economic climate, the Harley Medical Group has said.
  • Cosmetic surgery for men The Harley medical Group - manA significant chunk of cosmetic surgery patients at the Harley Medical Group are now men, new figures show.
  • Cosmetic procedures with low recovery times Harley Medical Group - cosmetic womanCosmetic surgery patients are increasingly opting for procedures that require little recovery time due to fears that they may annoy their employers, it has been claimed.
  • Businesses offer 'botox leave' to employees Harley Medical Group - cosmetic womanSome companies are becoming so fed up with workers calling in sick in order to sneak off for non-surgical cosmetic treatments that they are introducing specific 'botox leave', it has been claimed.
  • Birkdale Clinic sees rise in cosmetic surgery demand Birkdale Clinic - facialsOne of the UK's leading private cosmetic surgery specialists has witnessed a rise in demand despite the credit crunch. Bookings for consultations at the Birkdale Clinic in January and February 2009...
  • Angelina Jolie's lips inspire cosmetic surgery Angelina Jolie's lips inspire cosmetic surgery Cosmetic surgery experts are concerned by women who want to go under the knife in a bid to look like their favourite celebrity. According to a report in the Sunday Telegraph, a survey by the British...
  • Record numbers seek cosmetic surgery Transform cosmetic logoCosmetic surgeons have noticed a significant rise in the number of people booking appointments to go under the knife, reports suggest.
  • Acupuncture may reduce wrinkles Acupuncture may reduce wrinkles Acupuncture may provide an alternative to cosmetic surgery for treating wrinkles and sagging skin, according to the Dove Clinic for Integrated Medicine. According to Dr Silvia Bretschneider, a...
  • Non-surgical facelifts FaceliftCosmetic surgery experts are concerned by women who want to go under the knife in a bid to look like their favourite celebrity. According to a report in the Sunday Telegraph, a survey by the British...
  • Cheap injectable filler warnings Non surgical cosmetic treatmentConsumers should take care when considering heavily discounted non-surgical cosmetic treatments as they may be more likely to cause complications, experts have advised. The British Association of...
  • New cosmetic treatment may cure cellulite CelluliteScientists believe they may have developed a new cosmetic treatment for cellulite, a condition that affects the majority of women.