Barcode lines, otherwise referred to as smoker’s lines, are those frustrating vertical lines that appear around the mouth over time. You do not necessarily have to have been a smoker in the past for them[..]
As our longed-for summer draws closer, and we look forward to ditching our winter wardrobe in favour of lighter weight summer clothes, it is also a reminder about our skin. Specifically, our moles, and other[..]
As many are aware, one of the birthplaces of modern plastic surgery was the Queen Victoria Hospital, in East Grinstead, where all of our Consultant Plastic Surgeons have strong links. The pioneering surgeon during the[..]
You may have noticed how frequently we host open evenings at Purity Bridge – whether they are specific to certain conditions or areas (such as our mole checking event and our breast awareness event) or[..]
Following a breast reconstruction, the final step in the surgical journey is to make a nipple. The nipple really completes the appearance of the breast reconstruction to the extent that when I am discussing a[..]
With breast awareness month now here, we asked Mr Haresh Devalia, Consultant Breast Surgeon, and colleague of our Purity Bridge Plastic Surgeons, to answer some FAQs on breast cancer. FROM WHAT AGE SHOULD I[..]
We see a number of patients with concerns about both their nipples and areolae, which can vary considerably. Most commonly we see women with inverted nipples that have either been inverted all their life or[..]
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