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The rise of the career makeover

One in ten people in the UK would have cosmetic surgery in order to boost their job prospects, a new survey has revealed.

According to research by an online cosmetic surgery service, people in the UK are increasingly willing to try plastic surgery in order to help their careers.

Some five per cent of the 620 people questioned have already turned to cosmetic surgery, admitting to having procedures ranging from teeth whitening to BOTOX(tm) to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

In many cases it is believed an improved image through minor cosmetic procedures is likely to have a positive effect on the individual's appearance, as well as their self confidence. This in turn could lead to better job prospects due to a more confident attitude and outlook on life.

For those looking for a career makeover, The Hospital Group, one of the UK's leading cosmetic surgeons, offer an array of youth-enhancing treatments such as face lifts and brow lifts.

BOTOX(tm), fillers and cosmetic dentistry are just some of the additional cosmetic procedures that the Group provide in their 19 clinics across the UK and Ireland.

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