Following on from my surgical work in Africa and the question about what constitutes a normal face – I would like to get your thoughts on the attractiveness of some generic faces.
As a clinical psychologist, doctors and patients often ask my opinion on the psychological effects of cosmetic surgery; here are some thoughts
Mr Nishikawa to head up the CEC and MAC committees which review the clinical and safety performance at The Westbourne Centre
In the Western cultures there are relatively few times that the naked flesh is actually seen or is socially acceptable in its entirety.
Mr Nishikawa travels to Africa twice a year to provide life-saving surgery on people who have experienced trauma (often from hyena attacks) or are suffering from NOMA, supported by the UK-based charity, Facing Africa. In March 2016 he will visit Ethiopia on his first non-surgical mission, this time going to remote villages on the western […]
A possible definition of cosmetic treatment is the operative or non-operative change of a “normal” individual to another form, but to what?
Lewis Deakin, 11, had right pectoral muscle removed in order to treat rare condition which causes tumours to grow in his chest. Lewis’s mother states: “He is the only child in the country who has had a mastectomy. As he gets bigger they will be able to reconstruct his chest. He was a bit daunted […]