Cosmetic Surgery on the Body

Available Procedures

Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty is also commonly called tummy tuck. It is an operation designed to remove the excess skin and fat of the lower part of the tummy improving your appearance, making clothes fit better and removing the ‘spare tyre’ appearance.

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Liposuction

Liposuction is not a method for weight loss. It is good for dealing with localised areas of diet resistant subcutaneous fatty bulk. The commonest areas which benefit are the lower anterior abdominal wall and the outer aspects of the hip region.

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Gynaecomastia (aka Moobs or Man Boobs)

The surgery can significantly reduce the breast mound turning a rather female shape into a more masculine one.

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Arm Lift

Brachioplasty is also commonly called an arm lift. It is an operation designed to remove the excess skin and subcutaneous fat from the upper arm which has become loose either with ageing or weight loss (the so-called bat wing deformity).

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Thigh Lift

A thigh lift is an operation that aims to restore the contours of the thigh by removing excess skin and fat from the inside of the leg and groin crease.

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Surgery After Weight Loss

This surgery can help to reduce the excess skin folds and restore a more normal contour to the arms, legs and trunk. It is best to perform this surgery when the goal weight or size has been obtained.

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Labial Reduction

Labial reduction is an operation to reduce a woman’s inner labial lips. These may be excessively long and therefore cause discomfort or are unsightly. Patients with these problems or this appearance are the ideal candidates for labial reduction.

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Scar Revision

Whatever the cause a scar can be unsightly or distressing. Surgery is aimed at improving the appearance of the scar giving patients more confidence but may sometimes help with the symptoms of the scar causing tightness or itchiness.

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Moles, Lesions, Warts & Cysts

At Plastic Surgery Associates we offer a 'Small Lesion Clinic' for the removal of small lesions - moles, warts and small cysts - for patients who do not have private medial insurance, and for those whose cover does not extend to the removal of these.

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