Turning to Television for Cosmetic Surgery Information

April 4, 2011 by  
Filed under Cosmetic Surgery

Figures show that more and more people are turning to cosmetic surgery in an attempt to boost their confidence about the way they look.

While for some people this is a desperate attempt to turn back the hands of time and others will do anything to look like their favourite airbrushed celebrities, many make the sensible decision of trying to find out as much as they can about the procedures before they go to speak to a surgeon.

Now this task is easier than ever with the launch of a new television programme called ‘The Cosmetic Surgery Show’, co-hosted by Caroline Morahan and Dr Robery Rey, which for six episodes takes an in depth look at this trend in Ireland.

By involving three of the country’s largest cosmetic surgery practices, the show helps to bring first hand information to viewers interested in a range of procedures such as face lifts, breast augmentation, tummy tucks and liposuction. The show also looks at non-invasive treatments – such as dermal fillers – as it takes an all round view of what comes under the bracket of cosmetic and plastic surgery. Each episode also has a studio discussion about a particular procedure with results of public opinion votes.

While some people think of certain procedures in a derogatory way, the show looks to both sides of the argument with real life studies. One episode shows the struggle of a mother of three looking to lose weight from her thighs – something she found no amount of dieting or exercise could achieve – and after a successful liposuction operation she now uses sensible eating practices and exercise regimes to keep her new figure intact.

Another episode shows the confidence boost brought to the life of a 47-year-old mother who undergoes a face lift operation followed by wrinkle relaxing injections. These procedures have given this woman the confidence to go out in public without wearing makeup, something that she previously thought inconceivable.

As well as looking at the current trends in Ireland The Cosmetic Surgery Show looks to the United States – the pioneer of plastic surgery – to get an idea of the types of procedures being practised there that might soon be on their way to European countries.

While for some people cosmetic surgery will always be seen as an unnecessary operation, for those tempted by undergoing some form of surgery the more information available on the subject the more likely they are to make a well informed decision.

Andrew Regan writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

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