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Chloe Ferry is planning on a second nose job

Chloe Ferry is planning on a second nose job

Geordie Shore cast member Chloe Ferry has revealed that she is planning a second nose job.

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The 21-year-old reality TV star and television personality – who also appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in January 2017 – has revealed that she will have more cosmetic surgery to make her nostrils wider, despite going under the knife for a rhinoplasty operation last year. She was inspired to get her nose done upon seeing her pal – and former Geordie Shore star – Charlotte Crosby’s nose surgery results.

Since her appearance on the MTV show, Chloe Ferry – who was once a figure skater – has had a number of cosmetic procedures (in addition to the nose job) leading to her dramatic transformation, which is rumoured by the press to cost around £50,000 in total. These include lip fillers, veneers, Derma cheek fillers, an eyebrow lift, permanent eyebrow tattoos and Botox. In addition to this, Chloe Ferry has admitted that she loves plastic surgery and is somewhat of an ‘addict’, and she has often mentioned in interviews that she feels happier with her surgically-enhanced look. She has even filmed some of her cosmetic procedures on Snapchat for her fans and Geordie Shore viewers.

However, despite being a self-proclaimed cosmetic surgery lover, she claims that she has “calmed down” with the number of procedures she’d like to have done.

As for her fellow castmates, when it comes to plastic surgery and regular cosmetic procedures, the same can be said for them as well. After all, some of the Geordie Shore cast members are no strangers to splurging on some nip and tuck:

  • Charlotte Crosby has had lip fillers, Botox and a nose job.
  • Holly Hagan has had boob implants, a boob uplift, Botox and lip fillers.
  • Marnie Simpson has had boob implants, a nose job and lip fillers.
  • Sophie Kasaei has admitted in interviews that her lips, eyebrows and boobs “are all fake” and she’s also had cheek fillers.
  • Vicky Pattison – also I’m A Celebrity… jungle queen – had a breast enlargement and a breast uplift after dramatically losing weight almost four years ago.

If you would like celebrity cosmetic surgery like Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry, then get in touch with Moorgate Aesthetics for information and expert advice on cosmetic procedures. Their clinic is located in Harley Street London and they offer free consultations throughout the UK , they can help you achieve the look you desire.

Moorgate Aesthetics rated best for service by WhatClinic.com

Moorgate Aesthetics rated best for service by WhatClinic.com

what-clinic-2017-certificateThe Team at Moorgate Aesthetics are very please to announce that they have been rewarded for their customer service for cosmetic surgery in the UK.

Moorgate Aesthetics has been recognised with an annual award based on patient service excellence ratings from healthcare search engine WhatClinic.com.

WhatClinic looked at 12 months of data from users of its site, in relation to Moorgate Aesthetics including patient review scores, feedback data and clinic contact rates. In 2016 over 17 million people visited the comparison site to find and compare clinics.

Moorgate Aesthetics was only one of a small number of clinics on the site that met the exacting standards needed to qualify for the award. Not only must the clinic have a consistently high ServiceScore™ rating to qualify, the rating measures the clinic’s commitment to customer service over a whole year, and so represents long term commitment dealing with patients. Less than 2% of clinics on the site qualified for the award this year.

David Mills today said; “We are delighted to be recognised for our commitment to customer service. As a practice, it is something we focus on in everything we do and to receive such positive feedback from our patients is great…”

WhatClinic.com CEO Caelen King congratulated Moorgate Aesthetics and said “Our awards are now in their 7th year, and this year, for the first time – we have made the ratings data that we use to calculate awards visible on our listings. Ratings are useful to both consumers and clinics. Consumers can see which clinics have rated well with lots of other users, and Clinics can evaluate their own performance against others in their market, ideally with the goal of getting better and better at serving their patients, which is ultimately good for everybody. 

“We believe that by giving consumers as much information as possible that we can improve private healthcare services for everyone. With these awards we honour clinics that are dedicated to the highest level of customer care and consistently putting the patient at the heart of what they do.”

About WhatClinic.com

WhatClinic.com is a clinic comparison site that lists over 125,000 clinics globally. In the last year over 17 million people visited the site to find, compare and book treatments across a wide range of elective, self-pay medical treatments. WhatClinic.com’s mission is to give the patient, as an empowered consumer, access to all the information they need to make an informed choice, including price, availability and reviews. WhatClinic.com was founded in 2007 by tech entrepreneur Caelen King, and is in operation in over 125 countries.

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moorgatelogo2015We pride on a truly personal service, and certainly not “conveyor belt”  surgery.

At Moorgate Aesthetics you will feel special. We are available anytime for any questions you may have about your surgery, after all this is what we do, and we love talking about cosmetic surgery!

Cosmetic surgery should never be entered into without getting all of the facts and taking your time to come to the right decision for you. The first step along the way is to get the information you need from a fully qualified and experienced Plastic Surgeon.

We know what is important to you when considering cosmetic surgery, whether that may be breast enlargement, (option of a lifetime guarantee on the premium range of breast implants), liposuction, nose reshaping, tummy tuck, facelift, eye bag reshaping, penis enlargement surgery or penis fillers or more advanced procedures such as fat transfer to enlarge the breasts or buttocks without implants. 

 

The Reasons Breast Implants Are More Popular Than Ever in the UK

The Reasons Breast Implants Are More Popular Than Ever in the UK

Breast Implants UK

Breast Implants UK

The number one incidence of cosmetic surgery in the UK are breast implants, and they even have more requests than liposuction and nose jobs. More and more small chested women see the advantages of having surgery to “grow” their breasts as that is the trend.

There are more advertisements for breast augmentation too, as they are advertised on the internet, on trains and buses and in magazines, with slogans such as “Dream Big” and “Bigger is Better.” The procedure is being billed almost as though a person were purchasing a sweater.

Silicone implants for the female breast was first introduced in 1962. That was just after the “Barbie Doll” came on the scene. But in the nineties, there was a downturn in the augmentation market when the silicone began leaking and there were serious complications with the procedure then.

Now, that has been resolved with better products that don’t leak or cause any problems internally, and there are 300,000 to 400,000 women annually who opt for a breast augmentation procedure.

The surgery itself is not all that complicate, although it can be a bit painful, as the surgeon has to cut through the chest muscle to implant the implant material, which can consist of silicone, saline solution, or “gummy bear” which is a silicone gel that keeps its shape. The recovery requires a few days to a week of not doing much, because the chest muscles have to heal, but after that life can resume as normal.

The cost of breast implants are not cheap either, running in the £4,000 to £7,000 range for a good doctor. There are more women getting breast augmentation in the London area and widely spreading throughout the UK.

The predominant age group of women who get implants run from ages 30 to 39, presuming that this is an age where a women may be fighting the battle of perhaps feeling she is getting a bit older and that she ought to do something to be a little more attractive.

Who can say that it is not “natural” to improve ones breasts, in a world where wigs, face lifts, coloured hair, various make up designs and liposuction is also treated as the norm.

The procedure is treated as normal and easy as a tooth filling, and it is advertised to the hilt as such. It is also not deemed to be stupid or abnormal to have your breasts enlarged simply because “everyone is doing it,” or at least that is the perception that the pundits attempt to put across. Even if everyone is not really getting their breasts enlarged, there is no stigma about doing it, and that is also a driving force behind a booming business.
If you are interested in having breast surgery in the UK than contact Moorgate Aesthetics for a Consultation with a UK Plastic surgeon

Fat Transfer for the Breasts | Fat Transfer Clinic UK

Fat Transfer for the Breasts | Fat Transfer Clinic UK

Advantages of Natural Breast Surgery

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Amazed with Fat transfer to Breast

Breast enlargement is one of the most common types of cosmetic surgery for women in the UK, and generally people see this process as one whereby implants are inserted into the breast, therefore altering the size and shape. This procedure is quite invasive though, which can put many people off. What people don’t realise is that there is another option: fat transfer for the breasts. This procedure has a number of advantages, which are listed below, so that you can decide whether fat transfer for the breasts is a good option for you.

The Most Natural Option

When breasts are enlarged using fat transfer, as opposed to implants, it is all incredibly natural – after all, there are no foreign bodies being used, just your own fat. This is incredibly important to many people, as it allows them to retain the feeling of having “natural” breasts, instead of fake ones. The breasts also feel natural to the touch, unlike implants. Additionally, it allays many fears, as patients are often naturally concerned about carrying implants around inside their breasts for ever more.

Double Results

When you have fat transfer for the breasts, it isn’t only the breasts that get larger – at the same time, another area of the body is slimmed, due to the fact that the fat is taken from there. The fat is generally taken from either the thighs or the abdomen, which are two areas that many people wish were smaller. When the fat is removed, the surgeons will ensure that the area it is removed from is reshaped properly and retains a natural look and feel.

Minimally Invasive

With breast fat transfer, there is no need for a general anaesthetic and your down time is also very short. Unlike breast implants, which require surgery, fat transfer can be done using modern, non-invasive methods, such as VASER. The only recommendation for after your treatment is that you refrain from strenuous exercise for a couple of weeks, simply due to the fact that the breasts will feel tender. It is fine to return to work almost immediately, providing your job is not too physical.

Results are Permanent

When people have breast implants, they are made aware that the implants might need replacing at some point in the future, which necessitates another surgery and more expense. This is not the case when it comes to breast fat transfer. The results are permanent and there will be no need to return for more work ever again – unless you decide you want to increase/reduce the size of your breasts at a later date, of course!

While breast fat transfer is a fantastic choice for many, it is not suitable for absolutely everyone. If you have sagging skin, for example, this won’t be an option, and you also won’t be able to have breast fat transfer if you need a surgical uplift. Our professional and experienced team at Moorgate Aesthetics will be able to advise you on the best option though, which could include breast implants or a mastopexy.

Plastic Surgery Or Not, Renee Zellweger Looks Great!

Online media, newspapers and magazines have been awash with stories over the last few days outlining just how different Renee Zellweger looks.

Renée Zellweger in 2014

Renée Zellweger in 2014

Renée Zellweger in 2010

Renée Zellweger in 2010

We just want to put one thing out there – we think that she looks absolutely great, plastic surgery or no plastic surgery! In an interview with People, Renee insists that she hasn’t undergone surgery – and who are we to question that?

At Moorgate Aesthetics we offer a range of cosmetic surgery procedures designed to enhance the way you look. Cosmetic surgery brings many benefits to the table – including the fact that it increases self-confidence and the way you feel about being in your own skin. Plastic surgery is a real favourite with celebrities because it allows them to achieve age defying looks – and you can too! There’s a common misconception that plastic surgery is only accessible for the very richest people out there, but that’s simply not true. With technological advances over recent years, plastic surgery is now safer and cheaper than ever thanks to faster treatment times and more efficient procedures.

The procedures available to those looking for cosmetic surgery include breast enlargement and breast uplift – as well as breast reduction, tummy tucks, face lifts, eye bag removal and eye reshaping. There’s a whole host of procedures available that can enhance the appearance of virtually any part of your body.

As we’ve already said, we think that Renee Zellweger looks absolutely great, whether she’s had plastic surgery or not. If you’re keen to start looking your best then why not contact us without delay to discuss the options available to you? Our impressive range of treatments is sure to feature one or two procedures that could help you to feel that little bit better about the way you look.

Up to £750 off Cosmetic Surgery | Christmas Offer on all Procedures

Moorgate Aesthetics Christmas Promotion is a SAVING OF UP TO £750 on ANY Cosmetic Surgery Procedure booked by 31st December 2014

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This is a great offer for the Christmas season only. Look good and feel good for 2015.

Here’s how to get a fantastic discount on your chosen cosmetic surgery procedure:-

1. Choose your preferred cosmetic surgery procedure – Don’t forget to research !!

At Moorgate Aesthetics we have over 30 years of experience in the aesthetic surgery sector. Cosmetic surgery should never be entered into without getting all of the facts and taking your time to come to the right decision for you. Simply click for more information on our cosmetic surgery procedures below:-

Arm Lift Surgery   |   Breast Enlargement Surgery   |   Breast Uplift/Reduction   |   Ear Reshaping Surgery   |   Eyebag Removal Surgery   |   Face Lift Surgery   |   Fat Removal Surgery (liposuction)   |   Thigh Lift Surgery   |   Tummy Tuck Surgery   |   Hair Transplant Surgery    |   Labia Reduction Surgery   |   Nose Reshaping (rhinoplasty)   |   Penis Enlargement Surgery

When you feel that you are ready to consider cosmetic surgery we arrange a no obligation consultation with a fully qualified Surgeon, Our service levels are second to none. We pride on a truly personal service, and certainly not “conveyor belt”  surgery.

2. Book your FREE Consultation with one of our fully qualified plastic Surgeons – Don’t forget your list of questions !!

Moorgate Aesthetics offer exclusive private consultations with some of the United Kingdom’s leading Plastic Surgeons. We have consultation facilities in London Harley StEssexBirminghamManchesterYorkLeeds and Sheffield.

3. Reserve and pay for your Surgery by the 31st December 2014 – Moorgate Aesthetics will give you up to £750 off the total amount due

4. Have your operation carried out anytime in 2015.

5. FREE Unlimited aftercare check ups – for that added piece of mind

6. FREE revision surgery – If required 

Don’t forget there’s Interest Free credit for Cosmetic surgery at Moorgate Aesthetics, so don’t delay Call our team NOW on 03300 244 858 or email us at enquiries@moorgateaesthetics.com and we will do the rest !

Want your Cosmetic Surgery done at Christmas ?

Want your Cosmetic Surgery done at Christmas ?

Reserve Your Date Now for the Christmas holidays , Look Great! Feel Good ! for 2015

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Moorgate Aesthetics have enquiries coming in for the Christmas holidays. Men & Women are seeking to get their Cosmetic surgery procedure carried out over the christmas period as it co-insides with their due or paid holidays from work, without the need to take extra holiday time or unpaid time off work, something everyone has to consider when thinking of having cosmetic surgery.

If you are looking for Breast Enlargement, Facial Surgery, Hair transplant surgery or Body Surgery then book your Free Consultation with one of our GMC registered plastic surgeons and see if we can book your surgery for our christmas dates:

– Friday 19th December

– Monday 22nd December

Reserve your dates now subject to Consultation

CALL NOW 03300 244 858 and reserve your dates with any of our clinics in the UK

The Celebrity Guide to Cosmetic Surgery

The Celebrity Guide to Cosmetic Surgery

Rewind to the 90’s and accusing a celebrity of having cosmetic surgery would not well! It was almost a taboo thing to do – the celebrity in question would never actually admit to having the procedure.

Fast forward to the 21st Century and over the last few years there seems to have been a dark cloud lifted over the issue of cosmetic surgery – celebrities are openly admitting to the work they have had done. Gone are the days of celebrities hiding under a blanket, sneaking out the back door of a clinic. We are now witnesses to the openness of celebrity transformations, such as The Hills star, Heidi Montague, admitting to having ten cosmetic procedures done in one day! (Yes, ten!)

A lot of us, whether male or female, have parts of our body that we would like to change. One service a lot of us women have pondered over from time to time is breast augmentation. Whether you want to go bigger or smaller – inspired by Pamela Anderson, or the subtler look of Sarah Jessica Parker – you can gain a confidence boost with professional high standard clinics.

Celebrity Guide to Cosmetic Surgery

Celebrity Guide to Cosmetic Surgery

A more outwardly obvious cosmetic procedure favourite by celebrities is the face-lift. Whether you are looking to minimise crow’s feet and forehead lines, reshape or pin back your ears or go for a full face lift, there are fantastic services available. Like Nicole Kidman you can also create great changes with procedures such as Botox but for those looking for a more modern service on the market, research into Thread Lifting, a modern service using tiny threads to uplift sagging skin.

Rightly or wrongly we draw inspiration from the seemingly “flawless” and toned bodies of celebrities. If you struggle to change stubborn areas of your body and are looking to try fat reducing cosmetic procedures like Katie Price and Kathy Griffin, Vaser Liposuction is the latest service on the market offering the incredible transformations you seek. Vaser stands for vibration amplification of sound energy and incredibly allows you to leave after the procedure.

The list of cosmetic procedures are endless, so whether you are looking for a small procedure to boost your self-confidence or seeking work in multiple and often intimate areas, there are high quality accredited clinics offering consultations and procedures to tailor to you.

 

The Keogh report due out this week

The eargerly awaited Keogh reort is due out on Wednesday of this week. This report is led by Bruce Keogh and was commissoned largely after the P.I.P breast implant scandal that caused panic acorss Europe for thousands of women.

The report is expected to recommend changes in the cosmetic surgery industry to further safeguard the public. Plastic Surgeons across the country are busy speculating what might be included in the report.

Many expect a national breast implant register to be set up and perhaps regulation of the medical aesthetics part of the industry. There is growing concern over the qualifications and experience of those who inject wrinkle fillers and this could be tightened in a bid to protect the public from untrained ” Therapists”.

 

Fury over NHS Boob job

A report in The Sun newspaper this week sparked outrange acorss the country. One very beautifuly lady had managed to get the Government to pay for her boob job. The Sun was quick to photograph the lucky lady herself, and from a professional persective, they looked good.

The boobs were of a good shape and well proportioned for her figure. However that seemed to be the last thing on the minds of the great British public who , on the whole, were none too pleased to har that tax payers money had been spent this way, espacilly in a recession.

It is possible to get breast enlargement on the National Health service, lets make that very clear from the outset. If a breast has been lost due to illness or accident then I would imagine that most hospitals would oblige and see the benefit to restoring them to their former glory.

The issue becomes much more debatable when the reasons are purely cosmetic. If the breasts are very small then it can have a very distressing effect on a young womans life. The situation can interfere with personal relationships etc. However, I can still hear Jo Public crying shame to hospitals who would replace them for any reason other than an obvious medical one.

In the United Kingdom breast enlargement surgery can be done for as little as £ 2995. Prcies have fallen, mainly due to the recession and argubaly there has never been a better tie to have the surgery than now. There is still the issue of bank lending of course. Many women are still finding banks very unhelpful when it comes to unsecured loans for cosmetic surgery, but the signs suggest that things are slowly improving.

The lady who had her breast enlargeent surgery for free on the NHS should take a heed of warning though. At some stage in her life she is going to need them replacing. Even if not in the near future, most certainly as she gets to kiddle age and children have come along and taken their toll on them

For this lady, she got what she wanted, but when she goes knocking on the NHS door next time to get them changed, will they be as willing as they were to oeprate as the first operation ?

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