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Everything you ever wanted to know about going under the proverbial knife…
These implants are most common in men. They’re designed to mimic the look of a six-pack. The procedure involves an incision at the belly button, through which the surgeon can place six to eight implants (depending on how greedy your man is on the muscle front). The implants are made to conform to the underlying muscle, and be supple and flexible enough to move with your body.
A Abdominal implants
An operation to increase or reduce the size of a woman’s breasts – or to uplift them – boob jobs are one of the most popular forms of cosmetic surgery in the UK. Breast enlargement involves creating a pocket and inserting an implant – a bag containing silicone gel or saline. Breast reduction removes excess tissue, fat and skin, before repositioning the nipple. Loss of sensation and difficulty breastfeeding are potential downsides.
B Breast augmentation or reduction
C Cheek implants
Introducing silicone implants into your face will help regain a plump, youthful look. It’s used to bring balance to facial structure by correcting a deficient cheek area that may be caused by genetics, age-related bone resorption or facial trauma. As a weak cheek structure can make the face appear drawn and gaunt, this can really improve confidence.
Those dream cheekbones can be yours
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