Toyah Wilcox reveals next procedure: ’There are fantastic Plastic Surgeons here in the UK’
Leading UK Plastic Surgeon Norman Waterhouse discusses facelifts with singer/songwriter, actress and author Toyah Wilcox on a free, downloadable radio show available on ’Looking Good’ BuyAssociation, an online one-stop-shop for independent impartial advice on cosmetic surgery and non-invasive treatments. The show is also playing on One Word digital radio at 11.30 am and 7.00 pm, and can be obtained anytime via iTunes.
49 year old Toyah, who wrote an account of her own cosmetic surgery, spoke candidly about her facelift and said that she would definitely have further surgery in her 50’s to keep her looks refreshed. However, instead of going back to Paris she would have no hesitation in having surgery in the UK, where she says, there are some fantastic plastic surgeons. She then revealed what her next treatments would be.
During the in depth interview conducted by Maggie Philbin, well known presenter of ’Tomorrows World’ and ’QED’, she asked Norman to describe the new ’Waterhouse Facelift’ recently published in the prestigious American Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, a technique that signifies the end of the permanently ’surprised’ look some women get when they’ve had a facelift.
According to Norman Waterhouse: "This technique presents a refinement of the traditional procedure which was popularized over twenty years ago as an excellent all round facelift procedure for most people. The object is to appear ’refreshed’ - I would be mortified if any of my patients were ever approached by someone saying ’what a great facelift!’ They should look as if they’ve just been on a long relaxing holiday."
However, he emphasized that not all facelifts were right for all patients and continued: ”The last 20 years has seen more sophisticated techniques with different procedures to reverse gravity and the subsequent signs of ageing, and each patient should be assessed on an individual basis."
When asked about the technique of his famous ’invisible stitches’ Mr Waterhouse former President of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) said:
"Unfortunately, there is no such thing as invisible scars or stitches. There are good stitches and poor stitches and a good plastic surgeon will position these so they are put in the skin folds which make them difficult to detect. You can hide a facelift from a lover - but not your hairdresser!"
The interview with Norman Waterhouse and Toyah Wilcox can be heard in full on www.buyassociation.co.uk/lookinggood along with other radio shows, fact sheets and podcasts all providing impartial cosmetic surgery advice.