Want bigger boobs – what are your options?

If you’ve always longed for bigger boobs, you might be considering undergoing a breast augmentation procedure. So, what are your options?

Want bigger boobs - what are your options?

Breast augmentation surgery

The traditional surgical enhancement of your breasts involves having a saline or silicone implant inserted beneath your existing breast tissue. The results are immediate and you can choose the size and shape of the end result.

The procedure will be carried out under a general anaesthetic in hospital or in a properly equipped cosmetic surgery clinic. You’ll need a few weeks to recover from the surgery and there will be some discomfort, swelling and bruising that will vanish quickly to leave you with beautiful new boobs.

Fat grafting

An alternative to implants is fat grafting. Fat is removed from areas of your body where it is plentiful and it’s then implanted into your breasts. This procedure is generally used to improve the appearance of the breasts, rather than just to make them bigger.

Stem cell implants

Stem cell implantation is a relatively new procedure and was originally used for reconstructive surgery in women who had undergone mastectomy following cancer treatment. The procedure is now widely used as an alternative to traditional implants.

The stem cells are taken from the fat of the thighs or stomach. The stem cells are then grown in a lab and injected into the breast tissue where they rapidly multiply and eventually grow to form new breast tissue. The result is a natural-looking and feeling breast.

Recovery is pretty much instantaneous as the procedure is only minimally invasive. However, it’s only possible to increase breast size by one cup size and no uplift or firming effect can be achieved. In addition, it can take a few months before any results are seen and the procedure itself is usually around twice as expensive as a traditional boob job.

Get the look you’ve always wanted

If you’ve always longed for bigger breasts, there are a few alternatives available to the traditional boob job. For more information on how you could achieve the celebrity figure you’ve always dreamed of, why not have a chat with the cosmetic surgery experts at Belvedere Clinic today.

Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/22/want-bigger-boobs-what-are-your-options/

Baywatch and Plastic Surgery

Baywatch is set to be the hottest film of the summer.

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The upcoming movie – based on the hit television show that ran from 1989 to 1999 – will hit cinemas later this month with the lead roles taken up by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Zac Efron.

The film has many fans of the franchise wondering what happened to the original cast – and whether they have managed to maintain those drop dead gorgeous bodies that made them famous in the first place.

Well, it turns out that Donna D’Errico – famed for playing Donna Marcoon on the show – has undergone quite a transformation over the past few months. Once again under the gaze of the public, the 49-year-old has improved her body with a number of cosmetic procedures. Among the treatments that she underwent include an arm lift, liposuction to her stomach, back and arms, a bum enhancement and a tummy tuck.

Donna’s been happy to document the results – even going as far as to go under the knife in front of the cameras. Speaking of the intimate pictures that have been released online, Donna explained: “I went to see Dr. Obeng because I had excess skin on my upper arms from having gained and lost weight. ‘I also had quite a bit of excess skin on my stomach from having had two children.”

Of course, Donna isn’t the only former cast member from the original series to have gone under the knife. The long list of stars includes the likes of Pamela Anderson and Carmen Electra, both of whom had a boob job to enhance the size of their chests. Somewhat ironically, actress Charlotte McKinney – who stars as a lifeguard in the upcoming movie – is actually considering having a breast reduction because she believes her boobs are naturally too big. The 23-year-old recently revealed: “If that’s what makes you feel better, then got for it.”

Fancy becoming a beach babe?

The world of cosmetic surgery extends well beyond the cast of Baywatch. In fact, you could find a procedure that’s perfect for you. For more information, get in touch with the Belvedere Clinic today.

Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/18/baywatch-and-plastic-surgery/

Ex on the Beach stars lead the way with cosmetic surgery

The cast of Ex on the Beach have many doors opened for them – including the opportunity for cosmetic surgery to perfect their appearance.

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Ex on the Beach is currently one of the biggest reality shows on television. In fact, it’s so popular that anyone who takes part is quickly destined for a career in front of the cameras and on the red carpet.

Jemma Lucy is the latest star to have turned to cosmetic surgery after her stint in front of the cameras on MTV. The brunette beauty has treated herself to a Brazilian bum lift, the same procedure that Kim Kardashian is rumoured to have undergone. Jemma officially revealed the news with a video to her followers on Snapchat. She joyously announced: “I’m excited because I’m going to have a big bum and I’m going to shake it all the time, and it’s going to be a bubble butt.”

Meanwhile, Chanelle McCleary has overhauled her image after appearing on the reality series earlier this year. The starlet is reported to have signed up for the upcoming season of Celebrity Big Brother and is taking no chances when it comes to her looks. A friend told The Sun: “Chanelle has gone all out and had liposuction on her chin, stomach, waist, thighs and back. She loves the idea of having a peachy bum bottom so she also had a Brazilian bum lift while she was there. Chanelle’s also had fillers and Botox to help define her cheekbones and smooth out any lines.”

Of course, Jemma and Chanelle aren’t the first Ex on the Beach stars to undergo cosmetic surgery – and they probably won’t be the last. In 2015, Laura Alicia Summers started the trend by treating herself to a number of treatments. She later defended her decision, writing: “I love the way I look and I love the way my life is, it’s made me a stronger person and I have no regrets.”

It’s easy to follow their lead

Ex on the Beach stars aren’t the only ones worthy of cosmetic surgery. In fact, you can get in on the action just as easily if you’re not 100 per cent happy with your appearance. For more information on the options available to you, contact The Belvedere today.

Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/17/ex-on-the-beach-stars-lead-the-way-with-cosmetic-surgery/

Chrissy Teigen admits ‘everything is fake’

Hollywood hottie Chrissy Teigen has come clean about undergoing cosmetic surgery.

Chrissy Teigen admits ‘everything is fake’

The presenter – who is married to singer John Legend – has been rumoured to have had cheek implants for several years. But now she’s insisted that she hasn’t had that work done – but has instead gone under the knife for pretty much everything else. The mum-of-one told Byrdie: “Everything about me is fake except my cheeks.”

It’s currently unclear whether Chrissy was exaggerating or not, but she’s since revealed that she once had liposuction on her armpit. Chrissy told Refinery29: “I had an armpit sucked out, which was one of the best things. It’s a big secret, but I don’t care. It was nine years ago or so.”

The 31-year-old also explained that she was happy with the results of the procedure. The star continued: “It made me feel better in dresses; I felt more confident.” She added: “I’m not shy talking about that sort of thing. I have no regrets.”

Chrissy has been running in star-studded circles ever since she married husband John in 2013. In particular, she’s known to be close friends with Kim Kardashian. Coincidentally, reality star Kim is yet to speak out about her own cosmetic treatment despite recent pictures of her bum sending the rumour mill into overdrive.

While Kim has previously admitted to having Botox, she’s always insisted that the rest of her appearance – including her behind – is completely natural. However, surgeon Dr. Tijion Esho recently speculated that Mrs Kanye West has gone under the knife a lot more than she lets on. He told The Mirror: “I suspect she has had a Brazilian butt lift where fat is taken from areas such as the abdomen and then thigh and then transferred to the bum. This would give a large bottom to waist ratio and would not show up on a X-ray as it’s normal fat.”

Be like Chrissy or Kim

When it comes to cosmetic surgery, you can either shout about it from the rooftops like Chrissy or keep it a secret like Kim. For more information about improving your appearance, contact The Belvedere Clinic today.

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Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/15/chrissy-teigen-admits-everything-is-fake/

Three celebrities who are openly considering cosmetic surgery

It’s clear that undergoing cosmetic work no longer needs to be a secret, nor does the act of thinking about it.

Three celebrities who are openly considering cosmetic surgery

It would be wrong to think that celebrities jump in feet first when it comes to plastic surgery. Instead, it’s usually a long thought out process for them – much like it would be for any ordinary person.

That’s why there’s a growing list of women who have openly told the world that they could soon be going under the knife. It’s clear that undergoing cosmetic work no longer needs to be a secret, nor does the act of thinking about it. With this in mind, here are three women who are considering getting some treatment.

Celine Dion

Singing sensation Celine Dion has given some serious thought to having cosmetic work done. In fact, the songstress – who turns 50 next year – is just weighing up which procedure would suit her best. Speaking to The Sun, the French-Canadian recently revealed: “I’m still looking through the magazines to find the miracle things I can inject in myself. Not to be different, but just for maintenance.”

She added: “I’m still very open to what the future in the aesthetic world can bring to us that’s reversible, for example. I would love to do things. I’m going to be extremely careful if I do.”

Carol McGiffin

Unlike Celine, Carol McGiffin has already tried Botox. However, the Loose Woman is now looking ahead to the possibility of more permanent work. The 57-year-old recently told Bella Magazine: “I’ve had [Botox] done because I still really want to have a facelift.” She continued: “I just want to try and look my best. I don’t make enough effort. I look like an old tramp.”

Kate Garraway

Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway has refused to rule out going under the knife in the future. In March, she told The Daily Record: “I wanted a facelift quite obsessively for ages. But everyone said it wouldn’t make any difference at all.” She added: “I’m not saying I’d never have a facelift long-term. Never say never.”

Are you also on the fence?

Cosmetic surgery – whether it’s a breast enlargement or liposuction – is a big decision. If like these women you’re still making your mind up, you can contact Belvedere today for expert advice and information that might help.

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Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/10/three-celebrities-who-are-openly-considering-cosmetic-surgery/

The lowdown on recovery from breast enlargement surgery

Making the decision to enhance your natural breast size is a huge step for many women.

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However, often even when an breast enlargement may bring benefits in terms of increased self-esteem, confidence and self-image, many potential patients are deterred by the thought of having to undergo extensive healing following the operation.

If you have been considering breast enlargement, but are not sure what to expect in the days and weeks following the procedure, the guide below will give you all the basic information which you may need, to support you in making a decision for or against.

Timescales for recovery

Following on from your surgery, you can expect to have a few weeks of mild discomfort before the site is completely healed. Most women tend to take two full weeks off following the procedure, to give themselves plenty of time to recover without having to return to work too quickly.

We advise against driving and other more physical tasks for the first week, so if you have children, it’s probably a good idea to engage support from partners or relatives to help out with more physical elements of parenting, such as lifting and bathing your children. Having someone on hand to help with housework, groceries and other tasks which need a little more physical exertion is also a good idea in your first seven days of recovery.

In most cases, the stitches from the surgery will be removed at around one to two weeks following. If you have had dissolvable stitches, these will gradually break down by themselves.

How to expedite the recovery process

By taking it easy for the first two weeks, you’ll give yourself the best possible chance of a speedy recovery. Many surgeons recommend that you wear a comfortable sports bra for 24 hours, in the first three months following the procedure. This assists in supporting your new breasts and reducing stress on the surgical site.

If possible, it’s important to avoid all strenuous exercise such as using the treadmill at the gym or lifting heavy items for up to three months, to give your body the opportunity to heal completely without placing any strain on the area.

To reduce any chance of scarring, it’s important to keep your breasts out of direct sunlight for approximately twelve months following the operation. Massaging the scar site with oil can improve the area by providing moisture and keeping the skin smooth and elastic.

The average full recovery time for breast enlargement is around the six-week mark. In just a few months, your new breasts will be fully healed, look natural, and you will be able to ditch the sports bra and start to show off your new cleavage with lingerie. Contact us at Belvedere today for more information and advice.

Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/08/the-lowdown-on-recovery-from-breast-enlargement-surgery/

The Only Way is cosmetic surgery

A significant number of the cast members on the hit reality TV show ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ have had cosmetic procedures.

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The cast members of The Only Way Is Essex are famous for their glitzy and glamorous lives: fast cars, designer clothes and accessories, fake tan and exclusive access to the best parties and events.

Let’s take a look at some of the TOWIE stars – past and present – who are no strangers to a bit of nip and tuck.

Chloe Sims

If there is anyone who has undergone a significant transformation since appearing on the show, it’s Chloe Sims. The beauty bar owner has been very open about cosmetic procedures, claiming that they make her feel much more confident. She’s had lip fillers, teeth veneers, botox and breast implants. Most famously, she has a Brazillian bum lift to make sure her rear end looks perky and bootylicious.

Megan McKenna

Having appeared on MTV’s Ex On The Beach and Celebrity Big Brother in January 2016, 24-year-old Megan McKenna made her TOWIE debut over a year ago. Since then her look has changed dramatically, with press sources suggesting that she’s had botox, cheek filler and lip fillers.

Amy Childs

Amy Childs starred in TOWIE in seasons one and two, as an 18-year-old beautician from Brentwood, best pal to Sam Faiers and cousin to Harry Derbridge – who both starred in the show. She had already had a boob job before she came on the show, and since quitting the show she has gone on to have botox and lip fillers.

Ferne McCann

After leaving TOWIE and after taking part in I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2015, Ferne McCann underwent a nose job, and she showed off her new nose live on TV on This Morning. The television presenter claims that she had the nose job “for herself” and not to further her career, as some had speculated.

Mario Falcone

Like Ferne McCann, TOWIE hunk Mario Falcone went under the knife last year and showed off the result of his nose job live on This Morning, seemingly happy with his new look.

Other TOWIE stars who have undergone cosmetic procedures include Lauren Pope, Maria Fowler, Kirk Norcross, Gemma Collins, Jessica Wright and Billi Mucklow.

If you are interested in getting plastic surgery, then feel free to get in touch with the Belvedere Clinic and we will provide you with the best support.

Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/05/05/the-only-way-is-cosmetic-surgery/

How long should it take to heal from cosmetic surgery ?

Before you undergo any cosmetic surgery procedure, it’s well worth looking into the expected recovery time.

How long should it take to heal from surgery, and what should I do?

This will of course differ from person to person, as well as depend on the nature of the surgery – but it’s still essential to gaze at the estimates, just so you know what you might be in for.

Breast enlargement surgery can take only a matter of weeks, but it’s recommended that you take at least 2 of those weeks off work to properly recuperate.

– A tummy tuck shouldn’t take more than 2 weeks before your sutures can be removed.

Rhinoplasty surgery will also take around 2 weeks before the bruising, swelling and other unpleasant side effects subside.

– With liposuction, a lot of people can resume most activities after a few days and proceed as normal in as little as 2 weeks.

As mentioned, these times will change according to the nature of the surgeries and an array of other factors. All of which a good surgeon will go over with you before you decide to say yes or no.

But it’s not just the aftercare you should think about. Mentally preparing yourself ahead of it all could change the experience drastically. Simply sitting down with the information that your surgeon will have provided you with, as well as reading about pre and post-surgery experiences, will help you get an idea of what you’re in for.

By knowing what will happen to you, how you may feel and what you will be limited to doing, will likely save yourself a lot of stress and worry. You will no doubt be a little woozy once you’ve come out of the operating room, but any thoughts of panic about sensations and potential side effects will quickly pass once you’ve accepted them.

Talking to your surgeon and paying real attention to them is an invaluable thing. There’s no reason for them to hold back on some of the less desirable details, and they should know the ins and outs like the back of their own hand.

Should you be considering any surgeries and live in the London area, feel free to contact the Belvedere Clinic or take a read of our blogs for all manner of facts.

Source: http://www.belvedereclinic.co.uk/blog/2017/04/25/how-long-should-it-take-to-heal-from-cosmetic-surgery/