Recession Doesn’t Deter Plastic Surgery Enthusiasts


Released on: October 28, 2009, 4:12 am
Author: J Samuel
Industry: Healthcare

The Hospital Group has reported that facelifts are gaining popularity, despite the recession. THG have seen a 14% increase in facelifts over the past year.

Facial surgery, also known as a rhytidoplasty, can reduce wrinkles and help to rejuvenate your appearance. The best patient is someone with jowls, loose neck skin and who has a general saggy appearance to the skin on the face and neck. After surgery, the face is smoother, tauter and more youthful looking. A spokesperson for The Hospital Group, said: “Since the recession hit, we have not seen a down turn in demand. Patients who are adamant on slowing down the signs of ageing will save their money and go without other luxuries, in order to fund their procedure.”

During this common plastic surgery procedure, Incisions are made in the natural crease lines in front and behind the ears and behind the hairline. A facelift is most beneficial those who have jowls, loose neck skin and a general saggy appearance to the skin on the face and neck. If the patient also has lots of wrinkles, non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment can be combined with a facelift for an improved overall result.

The Hospital Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of cosmetic surgery, number one in obesity surgery and breast uplift experts. So whatever your requirements, you can rest assured in the safe hands of the professionalism and experience that THG has to offer.

Since The Hospital Group was established in 1992, it has risen to become the UK’s biggest weight loss surgery providers, performing more gastric band procedures last year than the NHS. The Hospital Group is committed to providing the very highest standards and all procedures are performed by an expert medical team in state-of-the-art facilities that are second to none.

For further information of The Hospital Group’s range of cosmetic surgery procedures, surgery-seekers should visit the website or call our patient care coordinators on 0845 762 6727.


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