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In some corners of the world, having aesthetic surgery is commonplace visiting a aesthetic surgeon.  Here, in the UK, aesthetic procedures; both those which are surgically invasive, and whose which are not, are on the increase.

Additionally, advancements are being in the aesthetic  industry in order to cater for a growing market. If you want to remove unsightly bulges without losing weight using traditional means, you can. If you want to turn the clock back on your face that is also possible. If you have the money and opportunity to make yourself look younger or thinner in a safe and  natural looking way, then once the decision has been made to book an aesthetic treatment of some kind, the most important thing to do is very carefully select the surgeon you want to carry out the procedure.

As you are effectively putting your looks in the hands of another, you need to ensure that you receive the results you’re expecting. Lets have a look at what you need to know about your surgeon before you put your trust in him or her.

3 questions to ask your potential cosmetic surgeon

How much training has your cosmetic surgeon received and how closely linked was the training to the procedure you want?

Demetrius received training as a plastic surgeon in Oxford, Toronto and Stockholm following his graduation from Liverpool medical school in 1994. He is now part of the Regional Training Committee, which trains plastic surgeons in the Midlands and he is an examiner for the qualifying test that aspiring plastic surgeons must undertake in order to receive official training. He is also part of a reconstructive surgery training group at the Royal College of Surgeons.

The qualifications and suitability for Demetrius to do his job professionally and expertly have been recognised by the British Association of Aesthetic Surgeons, the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, the Royal College of Surgeons and the British Medical Association. He is a member of each of these professional bodies.

How much experience of cosmetic procedures does your surgeon have?

Demetrius worked as surgeon for 22 years in the Armed Forces, working in a number of different places, including the busiest trauma hospital in the world. He currently works as an NHS Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in Birmingham, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

How do you feel about the surgeon with whom you’re speaking?

You need to trust your surgeon will do a good job. When speaking to Demetrius, he will do his best to make you feel comfortable that you know exactly what the procedure that interests you involves and how he will achieve the look you want. There will be no pressure to go ahead with any surgery. The consultation is simply a chance for you to find out more information about treatment for  your individual cosmetic concerns and how they can be dealt with surgically.

If you’d like to find out more about how Demetrius can provide you with a younger-looking, slimmer or restored figure, please get in touch to book a chat. You’ll find out everything to need to know to be able to make an informed decision about your surgery.