LONDON, ENGLAND, April 05, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The number of UK couples divorcing in their 50s and 60s is steadily rising. In their quest to find new romance, an increasing number of older women are looking at ways to enhance their appearance, through cosmetic surgery procedures. This is further influenced by a desire to emulate female celebrities such as Helen Mirren and Susan Sarandon who still 'have it all'.
The Harley Medical group
are experts in female cosmetic surgery and offer a number of different procedures that are suitable for women of all ages and with different needs. Whether you dislike the size and shape of your breasts or you want to regain the youthful body you once had, the Group is here to help.
As many women start to age, the physical effects of sagging skin and wrinkles can be really damaging to a woman's self-confidence. The Harley Medical Group offers a wide range of face and body cosmetic surgery treatments to help regain a more youthful and fresher look. There are a number of options when it comes to cosmetic procedures and skin rejuvenation treatments with Harley Medical Group
. These include Brow Lifts, Eye Bag Removal, Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty), Chin Implants, Face Lifts (Rhytidectomy), Ear Reshaping (Otoplasty), and Neck lifts (Platysmaplasty).
Formally known as a Rhytidectomy, the Facelift is perhaps the most popular for combating signs of ageing. Hannah Roberts from The Harley Medical Group says; "In recent years the number of older women coming into our clinics requesting facelift surgery has soared. The process is quick and straightforward and involves lifting the skin on the face, removing any excess fat and tightening the muscles. Lines and wrinkles and any signs of sagging skin are effectively eliminated, leaving the face fresh and rejuvenated."
Another popular surgical treatment at The Harley Medical Group is Liposuction. Also known as 'Lipoplasty' or 'Fat Modelling', this surgical procedure involves removing excess fat and reshaping certain areas of the human body. Typical problem areas often include our arms, hips, outer and inner thighs, upper arms, and inner knees. Liposuction can also be used as part of another procedure such as the Tummy Tuck, Breast Reduction and Male Chest Reduction Surgery.
Emma Hattleworth, a patient at The Harley Medical Group, says: "As I got older I started to notice certain parts of my body, particularly my arms, hips and inner thighs, become saggy. This combined with the emotional trauma of divorcing my husband really reduced my levels of confidence and I started to make any excuse not to leave the house. A few years on, I decided I would do something about this and went to the Harley Medical Group for Liposuction surgery. Since then I have never looked back; I am now remarried and feel 100% more confident than the woman I once was".
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NOTES TO EDITORS:
The Harley Medical Group is the UK largest cosmetic surgery provider, performing more procedures and with more clinics than any other cosmetic surgery group. It has been established since 1983 and is one of the most highly regarded Cosmetic Surgery Groups operating in the UK. The Harley Medical Group offers a range of treatments, including; stretch mark removal treatments, liposuction and skin peels. It has treated over 500,000 patients to date.
The Harley Medical Group works tirelessly to maintain the highest standards in the industry for the benefits all cosmetic surgery and non-surgical patients.
All of The Harley Medical Group's clinics are registered with the Care Quality Commission. There are clinics throughout the UK: London (Harley Street, Wimbledon, The City, Chiswick & Watford), Marlow, Birmingham, Leeds, Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, Chester, Nottingham, Southampton, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Northampton, Cambridge, Maidstone, Liverpool and Cheltenham.
The Harley Medical Group is renowned for introducing and pioneering most new surgical and non-surgical techniques. All new treatments and techniques are first thoroughly researched and tested before they are submitted for approval by the Group's Medical Advisory Board.
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