Cosmetic Procedures to Boost Self Esteem

Cosmetic Procedures to Boost Self Esteem


The goal of the British cosmetic industry is to improve a person’s appearance and, thus, self-esteem by changing the way she or he looks. These procedures can be performed on any part of the face and body.

Look younger & firmer with these cosmetic treatments:

Straight Teeth with Invisalign

• Botox™

• Thread Face Lift

• Lip Filler

• Dermal Fillers

• Hydrafacial

• Tanning

• Teeth Whitening

• Obagi Zo Range

• Dermaroller and Dermapen

• Cheek Lift

Chemical Peel

• Chin Sculpting

Eyebrow Tattooing

• Face-lift

• Facial Contouring

• Facial Fillers

• Facial Wrinkles

• Fraxel Laser Resurfacing

• Laser Resurfacing

• Neck Lift

• Skin Problems (Blemishes, Scar Acne)

• Wrinkle Treatment

Why it’s done

Before making an appointment to see a cosmetic nurse, people should consider their motives for wanting to change how they look. Because cosmetic alterations can bring lasting and dramatic changes to the outside appearance, it is important to understand how these changes may affect people on the inside.

Many physical characteristics can be successfully changed with the help of our highly qualified cosmetic nurses; others cannot. Good candidates for cosmetic help:

• Be realistic about your results.

• Understand the medical risks, physical effects during healing, how any procedure will affect them personally and professionally, what lifestyle changes may accompany the recovery period, and the expenses involved.

• Have discussed their goals of their treatment with our nurse and resolved any questions.


All cosmetic procedures, carry risk.

A meeting with the nurse will include a discussion of these risks and others related to the patient’s health history.

Possible complications for any cosmetic procedure include:

• Complications related to anesthesia

• Infection at the incision site, which may worsen scarring and require additional surgery

• Fluid buildup under the skin

• Mild bleeding, which may require another surgical procedure, or bleeding significant enough to require a transfusion

• Obvious scarring or skin breakdown, which occurs when healing skin separates from healthy skin and must be removed surgically

• Numbness and tingling from nerve damage, which may be permanent

Why Choose Us?

When considering a cosmetic procedure, whether surgical or non-surgical, look for an expert with specialised training or is affiliated with a major medical centre, such as The British Cosmetic Clinic. Ask your doctor or skin care specialist about credentials and training. All patients seeking treatments meet with a British Beauty Clinic cosmetic Nurse to discuss the procedure and help determine what level of treatment is right for them.  

Is this procedure covered by the NHS?

Like most cosmetic procedures this procedure is not covered by the NHS. For questions about pricing and payment, please call The Perfect Practices One of our British Beauty Clinic Cosmetic Nurses would be happy to answer any questions you might have.

This information is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor. Please consult your doctor for advice about a specific medical condition.

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