Mr Ali Juma Cosmetic Surgeon on BBC Radio Lancashire

Mr Ali Juma Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon in Liverpool was featured on BBC Radio Lancashire again on 2nd February 2010 in response to the BAAPS statistics, released on 1st February 2010.

These figures highlighted the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures performed during 2009 for both men and women, which was the male breast reduction or “moob” operation, clinically known as Gynaecomastia.  This procedure has escalated by 80% since the year before and Mr Juma was asked why he thought this was.

Mr Juma was able to give his own experience and view on the matter based on his private practices for cosmetic surgery in Liverpool, Merseyside, Cheshire and Lancashire.  He explained that cosmetic surgery for men is more openly discussed over recent years and has become more popular due to the media.  CertainTV shows promote awareness regarding cosmetic surgery, along with other similar series such as Embarrasing Bodies, featuring embarrassing issues and which outlines positive ways to correct problems or seek treatment.

The advice from Mr Juma is always to research a surgeon and seek their accreditations, for example the GMC (General Medical Council) BMA (British Medical Association) and memberships such as the BAAPS (British Assocation Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) or other regulatory bodies in the UK.  It is extremely important to select a registered and accredited surgeon and feel at ease with that surgeon to enable a patient to express their expectation of surgery/treatment.

Even the smallest correction can make a positive impact and may enhance the life of a patient.

http://www.baaps.org.uk/

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/lancashire/

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