Facial Rejuvenation – Merseyside

Monday, June 20th, 2011

Facial rejuvenation expertFeel Inspired by Facial Rejuvenation

If you have made the decision to turn back the years and are seeking a more youthful look, whether under the knife or with non surgical procedures, the first step is to select an experienced Cosmetic Surgeon to provide advice on the options available and to understand your expectations.

There are many surgeons to pick from, and with glossy ads featuring in the pages of magazines, promoting slick clinics promising great prices, gimmicks and fantastic results, this does not necessarily reflect the quality of the surgeons work.

 “The main thing I wanted from a surgeon was honesty and the ability to carry out the surgery I wanted, in a professional, friendly manner and with my best interests being top priority. All of these I found in Mr Juma plus more”. LG from Manchester

Recommendations from friends, family and former patients are a great starting point, but your priority should be to check the qualifications of your surgeon, such as registration on the General Medical Council and with the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).

According to the statistics from the BAAPS, last year 4,756 facial surgery procedures were performed in the UK, of which 4,493 were women, an increase of 12% from the previous year.  There has also been a significant demand for non surgical facial rejuvenation in the form of wrinkle relaxing injections, dermal fillers and chemical peels.

Any surgical procedure or treatment carries an element of risk, which can be reduced by selecting a good Cosmetic Surgeon, who will explore your medical history and advise you how to achieve the best outcome by fully explaining your pre operative requirements (i.e. stopping smoking prior to surgery) and post operative or post treatment plan.

Your checklist

  • Research qualifications
  • Consider the risks & benefits
  • Understand the recovery period
  • Do not let price be the deciding factor
  • Decide what you wish to achieve
  • Consider non surgical options

“A face lift procedure may be taxing but enjoyable, as the moment you see the patient at the first follow up consultation and see the smile on their face, it makes you feel as a plastic surgeon a perfectionism which still excites, as I have achieved my goal of having the privelage to give my patient the outome which we both agreed to”. By Mr Juma Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon, Liverpool.

Mr Juma is a Senior Cosmetic Surgeon at the Spire Murrayfield Hospital Wirral who has a special clinical interest in facial surgery and provides the latest facial aesthetic treatments to help you achieve a natural enhancement.

Why not call today to see what Mr Juma can do for you?

Call Melissa on 0151 707 9050

www.feel-younger.co.uk

47 Rodney Street

Liverpool

L1 9EW

Laughter lines, wrinkles and cosmetic surgery

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Laughter Lines

The term is supposed to be taken as a compliment, but for many it’s no more than pointing out the visible aging of the skin, which is not something women like to hear.

With increasing pressure upon women to look younger for longer, and to maintain those taut, youthful bodies post-childbearing, the demand for cosmetic surgery procedures is ever-growing, but increased demand creates increased supply – and this in itself brings risk. When considering cosmetic surgery, it is important to select a registered Plastic or Cosmetic Surgeon who is fully accredited and experienced.

Mr Ali Juma is a leading Consultant Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Spire Murrayfield Hospital Wirral in Merseyside.  Mr Juma is a member of the Plastic Surgery regulatory bodies in the UK, British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS).  He is also included on the General Medical Council Specialist Register.

Mr Juma is a Senior Plastic Surgeon in the NHS, an Honorary Lecturer for the University of Liverpool and a Surgical Examiner for the University of Edinburgh.  He has also recently received a fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons England ad eundem which is a further accreditation to his achievements.

He has a special clinical interest in breast surgery and provides cosmetic breast procedures, breast reconstructive surgery and a range of cosmetic surgery procedures.  Mr Juma spends time to understand the expectations of the patient, using his expertise to formulate a concise treatment plan which incorporates a comprehensive after care package.  He understands that women aren’t seeking purely physical change, but that this change is closely linked to their emotional wellbeing, self-esteem and confidence levels.

“I am always delighted when I hear that a patient who has undergone breast reconstructive surgery has had the confidence to wear a bikini on holiday” says Mr Juma.

Mr Juma delivers balanced advice on surgical procedures such as breast enlargement, breast uplift, breast reduction, breast reconstruction and breast asymmetry.  He performs body contouring surgery such as tummy tuck, liposuction, arm lift and post weight loss surgery in addition to facial procedures including nose reshaping, eye bag removal, face/neck lifts and ear correction.

Mr Juma says: “My strongest point may also be my weakest, that I am a perfectionist”. This drive for perfection is apparent in every element of his work, whether this is reconstructive surgery for a lady who has suffered breast cancer to a tummy tuck for a mother who has lost her sense of self, to his work with students and in research groups.

There are many reasons why people select cosmetic surgery or non surgical treatments, which range from wanting to remove a mole, smoothing out wrinkles, correcting sun damage, to rejuvenate skin or using such treatments as dermal fillers to achieve a more youthful look by adding volume to soften facial lines.

Whatever your reasons, take the time to speak with Mr Juma and learn more about what he can do for you.

Mr Ali Juma Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon MBBS (Lon) FRCS (Ed) FRCS (Plast) (Ed)

For further information from Mr Juma please call 0151 707 9050

www.feel-younger.co.uk

Liverpool Juvederm non surgical treatments increase

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3T01CCVS2M

Leading Liverpool Cosmetic Surgeon Mr Ali Juma has noted an upturn in non surgical cosmetic treatments during the 1st quarter if 2010.  Mr Juma from Feel Younger Cosmetic Surgery based on Rodney Street Liverpool has noticed an increase in the demand for wrinkle relaxing treatments (Botox) and in particular dermal filler injections, especially Juvederm Ultra.

Allergan UK have recently launched their national TV campaign promoting Juvederm Ultra and its properties, along with heavy marketing in glossy magazines and lifestyle medias especially for the female reader.

Juvederm is accelerating in popularity due to its wide coverage, but also due to the fact that the product has more longevity in comparison to the older brand of Restylane.  Typically, Restylane lasts for approximately 6 months where as its counterpart Juvederm stays active for up to 12 months, as per the guidelines from the manufacturer Allergan.

Mr Juma has also seen a significant rise in the popularity of non surgical treatments at his Chester, Wirral and Lancashire private practices.

Mr Ali Juma Cosmetic Surgeon on BBC Radio Lancashire

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

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/

Mr Ali Juma Cosmetic Surgeon attends aesthetic course in London

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

 

Mr Ali Juma a leading Merseyside Cosmetic Surgeon attended a course facilitated by Galderma UK on 13th November 2009 in London at the Wellcome Trust.

The course agenda included the use of  Botulinum in aesthetic medicine, facial anatomy and advanced injection techniques.