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Labiaplasty

Enlarged labia minora (vaginal lips) that may protrude and / or hang lower than is considered normal are fairly common to encounter.

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Labiaplasty
Upper Blepharoplasty

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Upper Blepharoplasty

Droopy eyelids are a common concern caused by natural skin ageing - Blepharoplasty can help.

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Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers can be used on the face, hands, neck and decolletage. They will help to volumise and hydrate the skin so that it looks smoother and more rejuvenated.

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Dermal Fillers
Scar Revision

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Scar Revision

Scars can develop in many different forms, often depending on the way the skin and tissues were damaged.

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Achieving great results from the right treatment Anca Breahna starts by listening to you and understanding your concerns.

Enlarged Labia

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Enlarged Labia

Labial hypertrophy is the medical term for enlarged labia.

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Excess Fat

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Excess Fat

There are many people who feel they have excess fat on their body.

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Lines & Wrinkles

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Lines & Wrinkles

Facial lines and wrinkles are inevitable signs of ageing but can be significantly reduced with today's cosmetic technologies. From dynamic lines that appear while moving the face to static lines evident even when the face is at rest, each type requires a different approach. Injectables such as neuromodulators can temporarily paralyse muscles, reducing the appearance of dynamic wrinkles, while dermal fillers can plump up areas that have lost volume, smoothing out static wrinkles.

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Droopy Eyelids

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Droopy Eyelids

Droopy eyelids, medically known as ptosis, can give an appearance of tiredness and may even impair vision. The condition is often caused by age-related weakening of the muscle responsible for lifting the eyelid, although it can also be congenital or the result of an injury or disease. Treatment options vary from non-surgical approaches like special ptosis crutches in glasses to surgical procedures that tighten the levator muscle or Müller’s muscle to lift the eyelids effectively.

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Avoiding and Managing Complications of Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers

Avoiding and Managing Complications of Dermal Fillers

While generally safe and effective, like any medical procedure, there are potential complications associated with dermal fillers.

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Eyelid Surgery FAQs

Eyelid surgery

Eyelid Surgery FAQs

In this blog, Consultant Plastic Surgeon Anca Breahna will address popular Eyelid Surgery FAQs.

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Treatments and Solutions for Prominent Ears

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Treatments and Solutions for Prominent Ears

The term prominent ears is used by medical professionals to describe the appearance of ears that ‘stick out’.

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Wedge Technique for Labia Minora Reduction

Labiaplasty

Wedge Technique for Labia Minora Reduction

The wedge technique, also known as the "wedge resection" or "wedge excision," is a surgical procedure designed to reduce the size and prominence of the labia minora, the inner lips of the vaginal area.

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