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29
AUG
2017

AESTHETICA

With the increasing requirement to categorise most of our patients into cosmetic or

non-cosmetic treatments, the term AESTHETICA has been coined by UKAAPS in the

Urban Dictionary http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Aesthetica.

The term is used to describe cosmetic surgery procedures that have non-cosmetic

applications.  This is really important when trying to explain the importance of

Aesthetic procedures carried out as part of clinical need.

Professor James Frame

President UKAAPS

UKAAPSAdmin
UKAAPS was formed to play a fundamental role in educating the public on the benefits and risks associated with Plastic Surgery. UKAAPS is the only UK association whose membership is only available to fully accredited plastic surgeons that practice non-surgical aesthetics and aesthetic/cosmetic surgery.

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