Marnie Simpson has had her botched boob job corrected at Elite Surgical!
Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson, 23, has come to Elite Surgical to fix previous surgery on her boobs that left her with scarring after the botched procedure last year. Feeling self-conscious, Marnie has seen Elite Surgical’s leading Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Sultan Hassan to help correct severe scarring and the uneven nipples that she had been left with.
Revealing that her confidence had plummeted after the operation and that she felt ’embarrassed’ about her body, Marnie is sharing her experience in an online diary posted by the Daily Star. In her diary, Marnie admits to feeling ‘a mixture of nerves, excitement and happiness’ from her hospital bed as she waited to go down to theatre.
Even though Marnie is sharing the experience with her fans, she is also keen to get across that the decision to go back under the knife ‘is a really big thing and it’s not a decision I’ve taken lightly.’
To read Marnie’s online diary please click here: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/showbiz-tv/hot-tv/457318/Geordie-Shore-Marnie-Simpson-boob-job-diary
If you are thinking about having cosmetic surgery then these tips will help you when choosing a surgeon:
1. Check that your surgeon is GMC Registered (as all UK practicing doctors have to be) and on the GMC “Specialist Register” for Plastic Surgery.
2. Surgeon should have been properly trained in plastic surgery. The “kite-mark” for this is the abbreviation FRCS(Plast) after a plastic surgeon’s name. It is not enough just to have FRCS, as this does not distinguish between a plastic surgeon and another type of surgeon. FRCS(Plast) is the final consultant level qualification awarded to plastic surgeons after passing an extremely rigorous and exacting exam.
3. Your surgeon should either be a consultant plastic surgeon in the NHS, or should have held a consultant NHS post in plastic surgery in the past. The “due diligence” and selection process to become an NHS consultant is demanding and thorough, so this in itself also provides a degree of reassurance when choosing your plastic surgeon.
4. Ideally be a member of BAPRAS (the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) and/or BAAPS (the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons). Again, these facts can be verified on the relevant associations’ websites. These are marks of being in the ranks of a select group of well-qualified and skilled plastic surgeons.