Breast enlargement surgery is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the UK with numbers set to rise further in 2015.
People in Liverpool are now having more boob jobs than ever. The rise in popularity for enlarging the breasts has tripled since the start of social media websites such as twitter and Facebook. Although the exact reason is unknown why this is the case, one rumour is that people now feel even more self conscious because of the number of public photos that appear online compared with 10+ years ago.
Another part of the social media breast boom is the amount of people taking “selfies”. Phycologists believe that when a person sees a photo of someone they know or a public photo of themselves, they instantly enter self-critique mode and start picking out their flaws (it was partly this shock factor that made charity campaigns such as no make-up selfie for Cancer Research so successful) – breasts being one of the most popular areas that people are unhappy with.
Of course with popularity, comes abuse. Like with any service or avenue to make money; people are always looking to cut corners and offer a service at a cut price (but at what cost?). That is why it is imperative that high amounts of thought and research are put in to breast surgery if you are one to be thinking about having this procedure.
The main reason for this is that paying more doesn’t necessarily mean paying for a better service if the clinic or surgeon are not as good as elsewhere. That is where the research comes in. The first thing to look for in breast surgery is qualifications. A reputable and qualified surgeon should be registered with the General Medical Council (GMC).
“A woman looking for breast surgery of any kind should always try and find a surgeon that is registered in the United Kingdom, and has a specialist qualification in cosmetic surgery. ”
Qualifications are available in different specialist areas, so it equally as important when you find a surgeon you like the look of, to check that they specialise in your target area, e.g. breasts.
Next comes experience. How much experience does the surgeon have in carrying out these cosmetic procedures?
Breast enlargement is a specialist sector of breast surgery and you should always ask your surgeon how many operations he has performed prior to your intended procedure.
With the rise of internet usage over the last 10 years, procedures such as breast enlargement have risen because social media also acts as a form of marketing that comes close to word of mouth advertising.
People are more likely to “buy a product or service” if their friends have – especially when they can see the results for themselves. Running alongside this comes review sites and comparison websites. Interlinking social media with business has seen more customer focused comparison websites appear, which builds a great platform for “reviewing” a service and comparing it with real life experiences. Sites such as Trustpilot.co.uk now feature cosmetic surgery companies whereby customers can rate and review their experience on any procedure they have underwent.
For more details please visit : https://nucosmeticclinic.uk/breast-cosmetic-surgery/breast-enlargement/