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Here, on the face surgeons blog, we aim to discuss various problems and procedures in more depth than you may see on our website general information. We hope this is helpful to you, to gain more insight into various procedures and the reasons for offering them. as well as the alternatives that maybe available.

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You can also find a great deal of information on our video channel, which covers a wide range of topics, including chin surgery, eye surgery, facial feminisation surgery, facial rejuvenation surgery, facial surgery, jaw surgery, nose surgery, salivary gland procedures, sinus surgery, skin cancer and tonsillectomy.


Six risks you should consider with chin surgery

Six risks you should consider with chin surgery – our sliding chin genioplasty expert Caroline Mills discusses chin surgery risks with you.   Infection and bleeding – With any surgery, there is a risk of infection and bleeding. Antibiotics are prescribed to minimise this risk. Occasionally, a haematoma may form – which is a swelling … Continued

Rhinoplasty cost – What does it involve?

How much does a rhinoplasty cost ?   As discussed in my previous blog, rhinoplasty is undertaken for different reasons. This means that there is a range of rhinoplasty procedures available. These reasons all contribute to varying rhinoplasty cost. If you are having a straightforward rhinoplasty, these costs will be straight forward. However, if you … Continued

Three reasons people have a rhinoplasty

Why do people want to have a rhinoplasty?   Contrary to popular belief, nose jobs aren’t just for cosmetic reasons. Expert nose surgeon Sarah Little, explains three reasons why people consider a rhinoplasty and why nose jobs aren’t just for cosmetic reasons. The three reasons people have a rhinoplasty are: because they want to change the … Continued

Risks of facial feminisation surgery

Our expert, Helen Witherow, discusses the risks of facial feminisation surgery. As with all surgery, there are some risks associated with facial feminisation surgery. With upper face surgery, bruising and swelling around the eyes can last 2-3 weeks following surgery and I would suggest that this time is spent recuperating rather than working. After this … Continued

What is an upper eyelid blepharoplasty?

Expert eye specialist, Sarah Osborne – discusses upper eyelid blepharoplasty       What is an upper eyelid blepharoplasty? An upper lid blepharoplasty removes the loose folds of skin from the upper lid, sometimes fat is also removed.  There will be some skin folds remaining to ensure that you can close your eyelids.  If your … Continued

What is a lower eyelid blepharoplasty?

Oculoplastic specialist, Sarah Osborne discusses lower eyelid blepharoplasty     What is a lower eyelid blepharoplasty? A lower eyelid blepharoplasty can improve the fat prolapse and the loose folds of skin that can cause eye bags and a tired looking appearance. The aim is a refreshed, younger looking appearance. Unfortunately it is not possible to remove all … Continued