Are you considering having plastic surgery in Scotland? We all have our insecurities, and most people have at least one physical aspect of their body that they don’t really like, however for some people it can be a real problem. Feeling embarrassed or self-conscious about the way you look can be emotionally exhausting and can affect your confidence and your relationships. Many people choose to have cosmetic treatments to try and improve their physical appearance and boost their self-esteem, in attempt to live more confidently. However, choosing to have such treatments is a big decision. You should take time to thoroughly research clinicians and find the right one for you.
Dr Darren McKeown Aesthetic Medicine Institute
Dr Darren McKeown is a well-known plastic surgeon and cosmetic medicine specialist from Scotland. He currently has two clinics, one in London and one in Glasgow’s city centre. Dr McKeown had a strong interest in plastic surgery from early on in his career and even spent time working for a prestigious plastic surgeon in America while studying medicine. It was during this time that Dr McKeown came across, what was at that time, a very little known drug called Botulinum Toxin which is more commonly known today as Botox. After completing his medical degree and working for the NHS for several years, he decided to open his own clinic so that he could dedicate his career to non-invasive plastic surgery Scotland, which has now evolved into cosmetic surgery or aesthetic medicine. Dr McKeown has written lots of literature on this subject and has been publish in medical journals and even had a BBC documentary made about him and his successful Glasgow clinic. If you are living in Scotland and are looking for a reliable cosmetic surgeon, Dr McKeown should be high up on your list of ones to watch.
What Makes Dr Darren the best at Plastic Surgery Scotland?
Dr McKeown offers a full range of cosmetic and aesthetic treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, that each have the purpose of rejuvenating the physical appearance of the patient. The use of fillers is popular in his clinic as an alternative to invasive plastic surgery Scotland to make the face look younger and more defined. For example, by injecting fillers into key areas of the face such as below the eyes, the nasolabial folds (the lines between the nose and mouth), the cheeks and temples you can see similar effects to a facelift. As the filler plumps out the skin, wrinkles and lines are reduced, the skin seems to be lifted and thus the patient looks years younger and extremely refreshed. Dr McKeown is a prime choice for most people in Scotland looking to have work done as they are guaranteed stunning results but also can avoid going under the knife.