Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
If you're considering cosmetic surgery, it is hugely important that you get as much information on cosmetic surgery procedures and further information about the particular procedure you want and what to expect.
All cosmetic surgery procedures carry some risk, including infections, bleeding, blood clots, and reactions to the anesthesia. However, by choosing a qualified plastic surgeon and following their advice, both before and after surgery, you should have no problems.
In this site we offer general plastic surgery information on procedures including facial cosmetic surgery, cosmetic eye surgery and information on getting cosmetic surgery abroad and even the rarer types of surgery such as knee lifts.
The most important factor while preparing for plastic surgery is selecting the correct surgeon. You should never choose a doctor just because he is the cheapest, you should chose the plastic surgeon you feel most comfortable with and who is reputable and well know
Here are some of the most popular Cosmetic Surgeries:
Payment for cosmetic plastic surgery is normally paid before the surgery. Pricing varies widely and depends on the complexity of the operation, where the surgery takes place and which anesthetic is used.
Cosmetic surgery is considered "elective surgery" and will not be covered by most medical insurers. Some operations may be covered - such as breast reduction, if it is decided by your GP that it is in the best interest of your health to get the operation – then the surgery may be thought of as reconstructive rather than cosmetic.