Can I afford cosmetic surgery?

With more than 45,000 cosmetic surgery procedures performed in the UK in 2014, there is no doubt that it is a popular option. However, whether you want a relatively straightforward procedure such as a breast enlargement, or a more complex total body lift, it is an involved decision to make. Each procedure requires a physical, emotional and a financial commitment. So if you’re up for the first two, does the third present an obstacle?

Ask yourself some difficult questions

Before making such a commitment you need to understand your motivations and know that you are doing it for the right reasons. Any such undertaking should be done for your own pleasure, not to please someone else, and the final decision can only be yours. Ask yourself what you expect to change after your cosmetic surgery – and is this really achievable? Only if you have realistic expectations can you make a considered decision about whether the financial investment is worth it.

Don’t make any decision based on price

Involving both your physical health and your appearance, being in the safest and most experienced hands for your cosmetic surgery is vital. Be cautious of deals that ask you to commit before a deadline, or providers that offer competitive prices but where you won’t meet your surgeon at the consultation stage. Milton Keynes-based Mr Sudip Ghosh is a consultant plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgeon who has been practising since 1991. As a member of the prestigious professional body British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), Mr Ghosh is committed to keeping his skills fully up to date and to meeting the most stringent safety standards. At his Milton Keynes cosmetic surgery clinic, you can be confident of receiving professional, experienced and impartial guidance on how best to achieve the results you desire.

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