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Category "Cosmetic surgery"

All about waxing hair removal

All about waxing hair removal

Waxing, an unwanted hair removal method, involves spreading a wax mixture over the skin. The wax is then pressed by cloth or paper, which is quickly ripped off against the direction of hair growth. New hairs typically take 2-6 weeks to sprout. This guide explains all you want to know about waxing.
How much is a tummy tuck in the UK?

How much is a tummy tuck in the UK?

Demanding careers are causing more and more people to bulge. Lack of exercise and too many fat-producing foods consumed by many people, are showing up in the upper abdomen area. This is causing serious damage to the organs in the upper abdomen. To alleviate this problem, many doctors are recommending their patients to have a tummy tuck.
The cost of different types of cosmetic surgery

The cost of different types of cosmetic surgery

Cosmetic surgery ranges from having the eyesight corrected, removing excess fat to getting unwanted hair removed. People suffering from embarrassment with their outer appearance no longer have to suffer. Surgery allows people to regain their self-esteem and to become more self-confident. This article details out the costs of different types of cosmetic surgery.
How to remove a mole

How to remove a mole

Skin moles are very commonly formed in everyone, in various shapes, colours and forms, sometimes irritating and spoiling people's appearance. This article explains mole formation and helps you in removing skin moles from various parts of your body.
What is the cost of a gastric bypass?

What is the cost of a gastric bypass?

Obesity is a huge problem in today's society, with many people's weight reaching such a level that obesity surgery is often the only way of tackling the problem. These operations are often funded by the NHS, but there is a strict criteria that must be met in order to qualify for funding. In this article, have a look at the cost of an NHS operation to patients who does not meet the requirements.
Where to buy surgical scissors

Where to buy surgical scissors

Surgical scissors are surgical instruments that are usually used for cutting. The term surgical scissor covers a selection of blades including bandage scissors, dissecting scissors, iris scissors, operating scissors, and plastic surgery scissors. The jaws of scissors are made up of stainless steel for on-going toughness. They come in a variety of different set-ups including blunt-edged and blunt or sharp-edged configurations.