Low cost surgery abroad, but why not try mesotherapy?

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We’ve visited this topic before, but being splashed all over the internet, papers and radio, we thought it was worth another post on here: the NHS is having to foot the bill for people’s cosmetic surgery procedures that have gone wrong abroad, due to incompetent or inexperienced practitioners.

We cannot stress enough the importance of doing your research, especially when considering overseas cosmetic surgeons. The best way to choose a surgeon is by word of mouth recommendation from a friend, and even then you can’t just jump straight into a boob job or lipo.

Everyone will always look for value for money, and hey, if you can get it cheaper abroad with a really good surgeon, then you would be silly not to go ahead with it, but you must make sure you are 110% happy with every aspect of the procedure. Ask questions, ask for examples and case studies, ask if there have been any disasters!

If you do your research first, your op is more likely to be successful and you will be happier with the results. Get it done right the first time and there will be no need for you to have to put your life on hold until you can get reconstructve surgery. Some reporters are stating that the NHS should not have to waste money on wonky boobs and that its resources should be saved for life or death situations. We don’t know whether we agree with this, what we do agree with is that people should save up money and be prepared to pay a little bit more to have it done correctly in the first place.

Plus there’s always non-surgical treatments you can try, such as mesotherapy, which works wonders for fat reduction or as a cellulite treatment. Read about mesotherapy at SkinGenesis here.

What are your opinions?

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