Women are reported to be turning to plastic surgery in a bid to get rid of an unwanted facial expression.

Some women are said to be trying to banish Resting Bitch Face (RBF) by having botox and fillers injected under their skin.

The expression is said to make people look angry or irritated when their face is relaxed.

The reasons for plastic surgery are numerous.

It can be medical, it can be partly medical and partly cosmetic or it could be purely cosmetic. In each case we see, there is little doubt the psycological effect on a patient is considerable. Many of our clients report feeling better in themselves following treatment.

We do not look to change people’s appearances, more to refresh and “lift” the appearance, so the overall response they tend to get is that they look well. Changing the whole appearance of someone’s face can be a step too far and many clients do not wish for their friends and family to know that they have had treatment.

As a rule, each case is considered on its merits with all elements taken into account. The safety and well-being of our patients is paramount to us.

On a separate note, we would like to reassure patients that all injectable substances we use are of the highest quality and are FDA approved. These are the most expensive products available, but we believe the quality, safety and history of these products is well worth the extra.

If you are considering cosmetic surgery, please book a consultation with one of our experts here.

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