Interview with Dartmouth Lifestyle magazine

Consultant Mr David Oliver talks to Dartmouth Lifestyle and discusses the options available for cosmetic surgery and how he likes to spend his spare time… I was appointed as Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital and Torbay Hospital nearly 10 years ago. I have been practising in reconstructive breast surgery, including micro-surgical breast reconstruction in my NHS practice and have also been working in the independent sector, both in Exeter and Mount Stuart Hospital in Torquay; this has included all areas of cosmetic surgery, comprising facial, breast and body contouring surgery. I am the Chairman of the Specialist Training Committee for overseeing the training of Plastic Surgeons in
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Considering Blepharoplasty (eyelid) surgery?

Surgery to the eyelids is a commonly and regularly performed procedure and can be carried out to either the upper, lower or both eyelids. Upper eyelid surgery is usually performed to correct droopy or heavy lids that hinder a more youthful appearance and can in fact impair the upward and downward field of vision. Lower eyelid surgery is a more complicated procedure which is usually performed under general anaesthetic to remove eye bags which can give the appearance of tiredness. This type of surgery tends to be carried out on those aged 45 or over, but can be carried out
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