Will my cosmetic surgery look natural?

When cosmetic surgery candidates tell Mr Sudip Ghosh they are concerned about looking as though they’ve had ‘work’ done, he explains that his goal is to enhance your features to create an outcome that is both beautiful and natural. How can this be achieved?

1. By focusing on your natural features.

Cosmetic surgery is at its best when it works in harmony with your natural features. For this reason, a top cosmetic surgeon will not only have impressive technical skill but also an artistic eye. By studying facial ideals, they can make minor alterations to the nose to improve the harmony, or by assessing your physical frame be able to guide you to the perfect size breast implant to look natural. At Mr Ghosh’s Milton Keynes clinics, a thorough physical examination informs an individualised surgical plan. It may be, however, that what has long displeased you about your face or body seems not to work with, but jars against, your natural features – a lump on the bridge or your nose, perhaps, or that stubborn bulge on your abdomen. By ironing out irregularities sympathetically, cosmetic surgery can have very pleasing results.

2. Recognise that cosmetic surgery has limitations.

It is crucial that anyone opting to have cosmetic surgery has realistic expectations. To this end, Milton Keynes-based Mr Ghosh will discuss at length your goals during your cosmetic surgery consultation and ensure you understand what the limitations of surgery are.

3. Choose the best pair of surgical hands.

An experienced surgeon who is highly qualified and up-to-date with the most recent techniques will have a whole host of skills and expertise to draw on to make the subtlest of changes. A Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons listed on the GMC’s Specialist Register of Plastic Surgeons and a member of BAPRAS, Mr Sudip Ghosh has been performing plastic surgery procedures for more than twenty years.

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