A cosmetic doctor is someone who can offer advice and procedures to achieve your desired appearance. There are different types of cosmetic doctors who specialise in different areas (e.g. skin treatments, nose surgeries, breast augmentations, etc). The procedures on offer can be both surgical and nonsurgical (e.g. cosmetic injections, laser treatments, etc). Some cosmetic procedures can also be done therapeutically (e.g. breast reduction for back pain). Note - those requiring reconstructive surgery should see a plastic surgeon.
You may wish to see a cosmetic doctor when you are looking to change your appearance for nonmedical reasons. The cosmetic doctors can give you a consultation and offer their advice and recommendations for you and thoroughly explore any procedures on offer before any decisions are made. The majority of procedures are not available through the NHS and funding is generally provided privately.
Aesthetic Medicine- Aesthetic medicine focuses on the improvement of a patient’s appearance through the use of medical therapies, such as creams and medication or through the use of more invasive treatments such as liposuction and other similar procedures.
Bioidentical Hormone Therapy- The use of hormones, such as oestrogen that may be in low levels as in post menopausal women to boost health and wellbeing.
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