Archive for January, 2015

Revealed, the REAL reason why women have 'designer vagina' surgery – The Daily Mail

Posted on: January 29th, 2015 by Phoenix Hospital Group

They’re sometimes labelled as vain or obsessed with pornography.

But women who have cosmetic surgery on their vagina are not obsessed with the latest beauty trend or having porn-star like genitalia, says Weymouth Street Hospital Surgeon Mr Miles Berry.

Instead, they have surgery to reduce the size of their labia – the inner ‘lips’ of the vagina – because they suffer problems ranging from pain and tearing to extreme psychological distress.

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Cosmetic surgery 'should be done by specialist surgeons'

Posted on: January 23rd, 2015 by Phoenix Hospital Group

Cosmetic surgery ‘should be done by specialist surgeons’

Doctors should be prevented from performing cosmetic surgery outside their speciality, according to the Royal College of Surgeons.

It told the BBC the current rules allowed “GPs to do nose jobs” and that was “a big problem” for patients.

The organisation wants a new system to certify surgeons for each procedure.

Bodies that represent aesthetic plastic surgeons say that they support the idea but it will only help patients if it is “mandatory and policed”.

Weymouth Street Hospital on TV

Posted on: January 20th, 2015 by Phoenix Hospital Group

The Weymouth Street Hospital is currently featured on C4 and C5’s Cosmetic Surgery Series.

We support patients with their cosmetic procedures providing responsible advice and excellent outcomes. M/s Angelica Kavoni and Mr Patrick Mallucci are filmed carrying out a change of implant and breast augmentation operations with life changing results for the their patients.

Bodyshockers on Channel 4

In Episode 2 Katie Piper meets people planning major body changes. M/s Angelica Kavouni helps a patient decide on her breast enlargement operation and performs a breast uplift and change of implants.

Botched Up Bodies on Channel 5

Episode 2 features Mr Patrick Mallucci operating at the Weymouth to replace implants and improve the appearance of a patient’s breasts. With amazing results.

Watch our video below to see Amy’s story and see how we helped her improve her breast shape.

New year means a new look for many

Posted on: January 13th, 2015 by Phoenix Hospital Group

Nip and Tuck to banish the January Blues. Demand for face lifts is soaring, driven by the trend for selfies when a quick snap can show up every horrible chin and wrinkly fault. As well as making our diet and fitness resolutions, an increasing number of men and women choose the beginning of the start of a fresh year to finally tweak their appearance and hold back the the march of time. Read the full story in the Edinburgh Evening News.