Monthly Archives: May 2013

Are surgeons solely to blame for Alicia Duvall’s predicament?

 Botched plastic surgery always hits the headlines – and rightly so.  All of us should expect the highest standard of care when undergoing any kind of medical care – and plastic surgeons do need to be accountable for their actions. … Continue reading

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Calls for further PIP investigation need to be heeded

  Calls for further PIP investigation need to be heeded Two independent environmental scientists, Andre Menache, director of consumer protection organisation Antidote Europe, and Dr Victoria Martindale, an environmental campaigner, raise concerns about a chemical substance in the PIP industrial grade silicone, that could potentially … Continue reading

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My necklift – a patient’s experience

“A huge ‘thank you’ to my patient BG for allowing us to share his experience.  Necklift is a procedure that can take years off a patient’s face.  It has indeed become one of the most popular procedures for men, thanks … Continue reading

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