Posted by: Cosmetic Surgery Partners
With the kids moved away, and plenty of free time on your hands to take up new hobbies or explore new interests, retirement can often be the event that gives you a new lease on life.
Key to your retirement plans could be the ‘new you’, ensuring your beauty is ageless and radiant as you enter your twilight years. Celebrity starlets such as Helen Mirren, Joanna Lumley, and Lulu have all made maturity chic and stylish via their boundless confidence and lifestyle choices – for you that could mean an entirely new wardrobe, downsizing your house to free up some more funds, or in some instances looking at certain cosmetic procedures to give you a boost and highlight your energy and vitality.
At Cosmetic Surgery Partners, we can offer a variety of treatments that could enhance your retirement and give you the confidence you may need to live life to the fullest. Never underestimate the power of looking good to feel great. We find that patients who decide to rejuvenate their appearance by means of cosmetic surgery or non-surgical treatments often find a benefit which is much more than skin deep. Seeing a fresher and younger looking self often leads to a boost in self-confidence and will make you feel more youthful as well.
Below we discuss some of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures our patients employ in order to have a much needed new lease of life.
The eyes are the first feature we see when we look at each other. The appearance of drooping, saggy eyelids and bags under the eyes give people a permanently tired look and can often make people look and feel older than they actually are.
We offer upper and lower eyelid surgery that can give your eyes a younger and fresher appearance, so whether you would like assistance with ‘eye-bags’ or lid creases we can provide a solution.
If you want to lift and tighten your bust, you may be considering mastopexy surgery. This is often looked at by women who have experienced sagging or a loss of volume over the years, perhaps due to breastfeeding children.
The surgery doesn’t change the shape of the bust, it simply tightens the skin and restores the breasts to their natural shape. However, if the patient also requires breast reduction or enlargement an appropriate form of surgery can be combined to give the best results.
This surgical procedure is designed for the patient who suffers from large areas of excess fat and/or sagging abdominal skin. The procedure tightens loose skin and shapes the abdominal region leading to a more natural and toned appearance.
Although we always recommend the patient first try all traditional means of weight loss such as a healthy diet and regular exercise, sadly for many patients, undergoing a tummy tuck is the only viable way to deal with the excess sagging skin and achieve the smooth and flat stomach they desire.
In this article we have listed some of the most common procedures preferred by our older patients. However, we also offer a whole range of other treatments designed to smooth and remove any unsightly lumps and bumps which occur due to the ageing process.
Above all, our promise to all our patients is safe cosmetic surgery, natural looking results and the best possible aftercare. If our surgeons don’t think you are right for a given procedure they will say so, they know what it takes to achieve the best results and through honesty and proper patient education we are sure that Cosmetic Surgery Partners is a name you can fully trust for your cosmetic surgery.
If you are unsure about your options why not call into our clinic. Our London-based, highly experienced surgeons are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Whether you are already actively looking at some of the procedures listed above or require an informal chat before making your mind up, we’re here to help. The time is yours, that’s the beauty of retirement.
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