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We live in a society where if we are not happy with something – we can replace it or change it with something else we want. This concept extends to our appearance. Therefore, plastic surgery is an excellent way to deal with troublesome areas of the body that diet or exercise have not been able to change. But it should still be treated with extreme caution. More people are choosing to undergo surgery and this is increasing year after year. It is true that the beauty industry is booming. But Mr. Al-Jawad, He is a plastic surgeon in Manchester, Liverpool and throughout the North West of the UK in addition to offering a prestigious clinic in Cairo, He wants to make sure patients who book treatment with him do so for the right reasons. If the patient shows signs that he is truly unhappy with many aspects of his body, He may suffer from a condition called body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). If someone is suffering from this then what the person sees in the mirror is a negative view of reality. For example, They may see an overweight and unattractive reflection when in reality their weight is within the normal range for their age and height. Or small breasts while the current shape suits the general body shape, If they increase in size, they will be disproportionate to their natural frame. These are just a few examples of what body dysmorphic disorder can do to a person’s perspective of their body. If a person suffers from this it is likely that they will not be happy with the result after surgery no matter how many procedures they have done. Would it be better for him to seek psychological help, such as counseling, first?

However, In other cases, Like a person whose skin is left with sagging skin after a significant weight loss, Plastic surgery is an exceptional way to get the body you have always dreamed of. Some of the most popular procedures offered by Mr. Al-Jawad include: Breast surgery (augmentation/enlargement, reduction and lift) Arm lift surgery Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) Thigh lift Liposuction Buttock surgery Facial surgery (face lift, neck lift, raise eyebrow, Eyelid Surgery and Rhinoplasty) Labiaplasty Body Shapers Mr Al Jawad offers a wide range of plastic surgery techniques in an NHS or private hospital with first class facilities and exceptional care. 0% financing available subject to UK status. Free consultations are available for all procedures in UK hospitals. A small consultation fee of 1000 Egyptian pounds is paid for consultations in Cairo. Fields of plastic surgery

There are advantages and disadvantages to everything in life, Plastic surgery is no different. But it is important for the patient to know exactly what the surgery involves, Including any risks. So, Here are some things to take into consideration. Cost of Surgery It is true that plastic surgery costs large amounts of money. in some cases, The surgery may be covered by the NHS, But if surgery is required for cosmetic reasons, This is usually not covered. It is also worth noting that some people often resort to surgery abroad to save money. The saying “you get what you pay for” unfortunately applies in this case. The level of training is often poor, There are few regulations in some countries regarding who is allowed to perform cosmetic procedures. Patients often find the results of surgery to be very disappointing, In more serious cases, there are life-threatening complications. There is more information about this in the bottom tab in this section titled “What about having plastic surgery abroad”. To make surgery available to more people, Mr. Al-Jawad offers 0% financing for all of his procedures so that patients can spread the cost of surgery. Do cosmetic surgeries cause addiction? If a person wants surgery due to an underlying psychological problem or mental illness, Yes, he risks wanting to perform one operation after another, as if he were addicted to this operation. Mr. Al-Jawad will only operate on someone for the right reasons. If he feels that surgery is not necessary or the person is showing an unhealthy attitude towards multiple treatments as in the case of ADD, He will refer the patient to the necessary channels to obtain assistance. Your surgery is not as expected

What we imagine in our minds, Regarding the final result of the surgery, compared to the reality of what can be achieved, It may be completely different. There are many factors that affect what is possible with surgery, And sometimes our expectations simply don’t match. We may have a very swollen nose at the tip, for example; The original nose width is completely thick. We may expect surgery instead to have a smaller and thinner nose along its entire length. Our original skeleton would not allow such a drastic change, therefore, With all the will in the world, The original expectations can never be met. This is why it is so important to discuss exactly what you want to achieve with surgery before you book that deadline. You must be completely honest about your expectations, So you will be better prepared for the results after you leave the operating room. Surgery can sometimes go wrong. There are more details about each procedure in relation to the specific risks of each surgery, But it is important to understand that surgery does not come without risks. There is a significant downtime after surgery. There is more detail about each procedure as to the details of the downtime required for each procedure. It can also be discussed individually in counseling related to your unique circumstances, But it is important to know that there will be a long downtime in most cosmetic procedures.

no. If you would like to book an appointment at a private hospital for plastic surgery, You can attend a consultation with a surgeon without a referral from a GP. During this consultation you will discuss the best plastic surgery procedure to meet your needs. However it is recommended that you speak with your general practitioner to facilitate the decision to see a plastic surgeon. Mr Al Jawad will encourage you to share details of your consultation with your GP regarding continuity of care.

The price of plastic surgery depends on the chosen procedure and many other factors. The final price mentioned by Mr. Al Jawad during the consultation will be the price you pay – there will be no hidden costs. However, any costs recommended on this website, although it is accurate in most cases, however, they may be subject to slight fluctuations depending on your individual circumstances: Therefore it should be used as an indicative price. When you discuss the price of your plastic surgery with other providers – make sure the number includes everything and there are no hidden costs. Make sure to include hospital fees, consultant fees, anesthesiologist fees, any medications, pain relievers, bandages, and all aftercare. Also when asking about the cost of surgery – make sure you are aware of any costs that may be incurred if something goes wrong.

Ask questions to ensure that your initial consultation will be with the plastic surgeon who will be performing the procedure. Make sure it’s not with one of their representatives. You must be completely open about your goals and expectations. Make sure you are completely honest about the changes you want to see to ensure the best results. Ask about the qualifications of the surgeons. Also inquire how they measure their customer satisfaction including the percentage of patients who have to undergo further corrective surgeries. What are the risks involved in this procedure? All plastic surgery procedures carry some risks. It is important that you are fully aware of these matters before going ahead and having surgery. How long will the results last? Some procedures may have results that last longer than others. So it’s important to ask these questions so that you have clear expectations about the end result. A good surgeon will be completely open and honest about these questions. If you have any doubts in these early stages – walk away and find another plastic surgeon.

Aftercare can be just as important as the surgery itself. There are risks to absolutely every cosmetic procedure. It is therefore very important that you know what will happen (and be confident in their ability to handle it) if any complications arise. During your consultation at your chosen public or private hospital, be sure to ask questions about who to contact after surgery and how you will be cared for if any problems arise. Mr. Al-Jawad believes that it is the mark of aftercare provided that makes a truly good surgeon. He has an outstanding reputation for providing the highest levels of care 24/7 after surgery. He provides plastic surgery in several high-profile private hospitals across the UK and Cairo. Including Manchester, Liverpool, Bolton, Newton-le-Willows and Sheikh Zayed. Contact him here to book a free consultation.

Do you have multiple areas of your body that you want to address? For example, excess skin on your stomach that you can’t adjust through diet or exercise? Maybe you also feel that your breasts would benefit from some attention to combat the effects of the natural aging process and gravity? Did you know that you can perform several actions at the same time? This has the benefit of saving time and money (as it costs less than single treatments), reducing overall downtime and not requiring a second anesthetic. Multiple surgeries are designed according to the exact needs of the patient. Contact me for a free consultation to discuss what is best for your individual situation.

Every person is unique, so every patient tolerates pain after plastic surgery a little differently. Your surgeon will advise you on the best pain relievers to help reduce discomfort depending on your individual case. In short, most facial plastic surgeries experience minimal postoperative discomfort. Recovery after liposuction can be a little uncomfortable. Typically, the most uncomfortable plastic surgery procedures are those that require lifting or tightening muscles. For example, you will feel more discomfort from procedures such as a tummy tuck (tummy tuck). The discomfort you feel after breast augmentation can be compared to recovering from a cesarean section. These should only be used as a guide and it must be remembered that each person’s experience will be different.

Some people decide to travel abroad to have plastic surgery. Before you agree to go ahead, you need to be completely clear about who will pay for what, if something goes wrong with your treatment while you are there. Your travel insurance is unlikely to cover it so you find yourself having to foot the bill. It is also very important that you do your homework on the experience and qualifications of your surgeon – some countries allow people to perform cosmetic surgery procedures without formal qualification levels beyond those of a basic GP. Would you let your local GP perform life-changing surgery without real surgical training? Please see the links below for more tips.