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Fat transfer to restore body defects were first reported in 1893 and fat grafting using syringe injection was first published in 1910.
Most people considering a facelift to improve their sagging and tired appearance, are not prepared to spend a long period of time recovering from surgery.
The ageing process of the face results in a downward movement of soft tissue. As volume deflates the skin sags, the definition of the jaw is obscured and the neck which is often sun damaged, has a crepey, untidy appearance.
In recent years, different facelift techniques using threads have become increasingly popular. Patients are seeking the simplest and least invasive cosmetic procedures
Blepharoplasty is the surgical correction of loose skin and bulging fat pads in the upper or lower eyelid.
The hallmark of a youthful mouth is a slight show of the upper teeth when the lips are parted. The lower lip is plumper and has a straight or upward line.
“Westernisation” procedures which were popular a few decades ago are currently very seldom requested by patients and Dr Zurek believes they should be abandoned.
Lipoplasty is a term referring to a surgical procedure used to reshape localised fat deposits. There are several types of lipoplasty.
The type of mini abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) preferred by Dr Zurek is called Fleur De Lys (flower of the lily) because the incision resembles the shape of this symbol.
In recent years there has been an increasing interest in cosmetic surgery for female genitalia. The most popular being labiaplasty, (reduction of the labia minora, “inner lips”).
Non surgical cosmetic treatments such as muscle relaxing injections and injectable dermal fillers have become increasingly popular amongst individuals of all ages.
Chemical peeling is one of the oldest cosmetic procedures in the world and was performed in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome and it still remains the most common cosmetic procedure globally to date.