Cosmetic surgery can have an "amazingly positive impact" on a patient's life.
This is the opinion of Stephen Handisides, from the health and beauty
website MyFaceMyBody.com, who believes that the media should focus on the
positive effects that plastic surgery can have.
He said that despite the current economic difficulties in the UK, he is not
surprised by the latest figures from the British Association of Aesthetic
Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), which found that all types of procedure increased in
popularity over the course of 2011.
"The most impressive stats have been recorded specifically in male
tummy tucks (abdominoplasty), which showed an increase of 15 per cent,"
stated Mr Handisides.
He explained that Britons are having more cosmetic surgery procedures than
According to BAAPS, 43,069 aesthetic operations were carried out last year –
a rise of 5.8 per cent on the corresponding figures for 2010.
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Cosmetic surgery news : 10 March 2012