You have the right to feel good about your body
Ageing, childbirth and cancer can leave you feeling self-conscious, uncomfortable or unhappy about your body. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
The right treatment can help you feel more like you again.
Whether you have concerns about lines and wrinkles, feel older than your years or want to banish dark circles, help is at hand.
Worried about a change in your breasts? Feeling insecure about size or shape? Find out what’s normal and what can be done.
As a woman, only you know how you really feel about your body.
The menopause, childbirth, ageing and tissue damage can dramatically impact your self-esteem. As a woman of a certain age herself, Dr Jacqueline Lewis understands this.
She is not one to patronise or judge. Instead she will talk frankly about your issues and offer honest advice. Furthermore, she will give you the option of both surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Dr Lewis’ goal is to help you feel good about your body. Sometimes, it’s as simple as helping you to understand what ‘normal’ really is, and what a realistic outcome from a procedure might be. Whatever you decide, you can be assured that you are in safe hands, with your very best interests taken care of.
How to get started
The hardest part is taking the first step.
Whichever procedure you decide to have, you will be guided through the process so you know exactly what to expect.
Rest and recuperation are important for the recovery process in order to get the best results.
Take the first step now, and book a no obligation consultation.
Dr Jacqueline Lewis has transformed many women’s lives, not just through her skillful cosmetic procedures, but also as the result of her empathetic manner, honest advice and highly personalised care.
Here’s what they have to say about their experiences:
RS, Aged 64
JF, Aged 56
As scared as I am of “unknown” procedures I had a sense of an overwhelming trust in you, your professionalism, your vision…
CL, Aged 48
Today is the first day of the rest of your life
If you are suffering the after effects of cancer treatment, childbirth or the menopause, help is at hand. Talk openly to someone who understands, and make an informed decision.