It is not uncommon for a mother to accompany her daughter to a consultation. Generally the mothers are wanting to make sure their daughters are making the right decisions regarding firstly, the procedure such as breast reduction or breast augmentation, and secondly, their choice of surgeon. This is something I encourage for the more family support that is present, minimises the stress associated with the operation and the recovery process.
Recently a mother and daughter came to see me for somethi...
Plastic Surgical practice has changed over the last 25 years.
For instance, when I first commenced, it was not uncommon for women to simply accept the unwanted changes pregnancy had on their bodies. This includes (but is not limited to) bigger, smaller, empty, droopy breasts and a bigger, bulging, loose, floppy, stretch-marked tummy.
Nowadays, women are recognising they have more choice than ever before and are using that choice to regain or even enhance their pre-pregnancy body.