Has your face begun to show signs of sagging around the eyes? Are you beginning to develop lines across your forehead?
No amount of cosmetics can hide under eye bags or droopy lids. Eye creams, concealers and highlighters may help a little, but once you have this physical condition, it is impossible to correct without cosmetic surgery.
Of all cosmetic surgery procedures, nose reshaping is one of the most commonly requested. Having a large, bent or crooked nose may not be of any consequence to those around you, but it can make you feel extremely self conscious.
Whether you feel your chin protrudes too much or needs to be more prominent to balance out your face, a chin implant can make a real difference to your facial features.
Face lifts are one of the most recognised and widely carried out cosmetic surgery procedures across the globe. Over the last 60 years, the techniques used in rhytidectomy have been refined and results achieved now are better than ever.
Are you embarrassed by your ears? Do you feel that they are too large, or that they stick out? Perhaps they are different shapes or have skin which folds over?
Do you suffer from a “turkey neck” – one of the more obvious signs of ageing? Perhaps you’ve gained weight and your neck now has fatty deposits – or maybe you’ve lost weight but been left with sagging skin? You may even have had a face lift, but your neck remains wrinkly.
Although Cindy Crawford may have made a career out of hers, some women find their moles unsightly and embarrassing, particularly if they are raised.
All of us develop scars as we age but particularly for women, and especially on the face, scarring can literally affect our lives.
Once you have chosen your surgeon, there are a number of ways to make contact and arrange your initial consultation. You can telephone the Liberate treatment enquiry number 0800 612 4848;
alternatively you can send your questions via the contact us page or request a call back and a member of the Liberate team will contact you to answer any questions you may have and book your appointment.
The next step is to meet the surgeon of your choice. It is likely he/ she consults at two or three different hospitals; we can help you determine which location would be most convenient for you.
During an initial consultation, your surgeon will discuss with you your concerns and examine you to determine whether you are a suitable candidate for surgery.
He/ She will comprehensively explain what is involved in your procedure and discuss any possible risks associated with the procedure. This will be your first chance to ask all those questions!
Be sure to ask to see the surgeon’s before and after photographs. He/ She will be able to show you photographs of patients in a similar situation to yourself. This can be very useful for you to view the surgeon’s previous results to get an idea of what can be achieved.
Following your initial consultation, your surgeon will ask you to take time to think over all the information you have been given and talk it over with your friends and family. It is best practice for the surgeon to invite you back for a second consultation before you go ahead with any surgery.
This is a good opportunity to ask any questions that may have arisen since your first appointment. The surgeon will go through the procedure in more detail and ensure you have realistic expectations of the results possible.
When all your questions and concerns have been answered, the surgeon’s secretary will arrange a convenient date for your surgery. Try to avoid any important dates and events which may clash with your recovery period.
Each patient is different and it is difficult to predict how long your recovery will take. If you have young children make sure you have appropriate child care in place in order for you to recuperate and relax at home without having to look after the children.
With Liberate surgeons, you can rest assured that you will be looked after: before, during, following your surgery and beyond.
All Liberate surgeons make it a priority to see you following your surgery and are available for follow-up appointments.
You’ll be seen by the surgeon who operated on you – not a nurse or a different surgeon. It’s important to us that you see the surgeon you know already.
At Liberate, aftercare is for life.