Posts Tagged ‘liposuction’
July 14th, 2010
Channel 4 The Ugly Face of Beauty
Last nights TV program “The Ugly Face of Beauty” highlights yet again the importance of asking the right questions and having a fully qualified experienced surgeon.
Dr Christian Jessen from the Embarrassing Bodies series looks into both cosmetic surgery in the UK and abroad to assess the advice, quality of surgery (or lack of) and standards of care provided.
This four-part series on Channel 4, cuts right to the edge showing some very unsightly bodies which have had botched surgery and the marketing hype adopted by some companies to clinch the deal with getting new patients on board.
June 15th, 2010
Over the past decade, men have become more aware of their image and increasingly interested in how they can enhance their looks and physical appearance. Today most beauty and cosmetic stores sell full ranges of men’s cosmetic products, including anti-ageing creams for men, eye and lip-care for men and even male makeup.
This interest has also been seen through the medical sector, with increases in cosmetic surgery for men including
- Facial surgery for men
- Body surgery for men,
- Weigth loss surgery for men
- Anti ageing surgery for men
Helping men across the UK to look younger and more physically appealing.
April 13th, 2010
Bulked cosmetic surgery treatments labeled “mommy makeovers” are becoming very popular in the US as mothers look for grouped cosmetic surgery procedures to get back their pre-childbirth figures.
What is a mommy makeover?
The mommy makeover surgery procedures are an aim to get rid of the stretch marks, sagging breasts and loose belly skin following child birth which some mothers experience. Procedures like breast augmentation or breast uplift along with a tummy tuck and Liposuction are carried out in one operation as a fix all and are on the agenda for many new mothers.
March 15th, 2010
What is BMI?
BMI is a simple calculation to determine which weight category men and women fall into for their Body Mass Index.
The BMI is an individual calculation of a person’s weight and height, the calculation can’t measure body fat or muscle mass, therefore people with a large muscle mass and only a small percent of body fat, may have the same BMI number as a person with a higher amount of body fat and less muscle mass.
The BMI calculation is used to indicate if you are of average /normal, overweight, obese, or underweight for your height and an indication if you may be at risk from potential the health risks associated with being overweight.
What is BMI Calculation Formula?
The BMI calculation is taken with the following simple figures
BMI = 703 x Weight in Pounds / (Height in Inches x Height in Inches)
BMI = Weight in Kilograms / (Height in Meters x Height in Meters)
January 6th, 2010
With Christmas 2009 disappearing into the distance and normality setting back in, you may be looking for diets and exercise tips to shift those extra pounds you find you have gained over the festive season.
The extra choc, party nibbles, Christmas pud and mince pie here and there can actually amount to an extra 500 calories a day and result in a weight gain of around 5 -7lb in just the two week holiday period.
Losing weight, getting fitter and toning up the body for the long needed summer weather holds the number one position on the New Years resolution list each and every year – but do we ever succeed and what can we do about it? Are you thinking of Cosmetic Surgery or Weight Loss surgery? » Read in full