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Blepharoplasty (eyelid) surgery – FAQs

Blepharoplasty surgery, commonly known as an eyelid reduction, is an operation to reshape the eyelids. But what exactly is the surgery, what's involved in the procedure and are there any risks involved? Mr Sachin Salvi, Consultant Ophthalmologist, answers the frequently asked questions.
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Problems passing urine: FAQs for men and women

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Your breast reduction surgery questions answered

Breast reduction surgery can help women who are unhappy with the shape, weight or droop of their breasts by making them smaller and more lifted. Mr Andrew Morritt, Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Claremont, answers the most frequently asked questions.

Hand and wrist injuries – the most common injuries and fractures

We don’t often think about it, but almost every task we perform on a day-to-day basis requires the use of the hands. From drying the clothes, driving a car or typing on a keyboard – our hands and wrist are crucial to our quality of life. It also means there’s also a fairly high degree of risk involved with common physical activities. Hand and wrist injuries are actually quite common among people, both young and old.