There has been a recent wave of plastic and cosmetic surgery from Muslim females demanding an Islamic female plastic surgeon to perform either reconstructive or cosmetic surgery procedures and Secret Surgery has a dedicated package designed to meet their needs.
In several cultures such as North Africa, women have traditionally used tattoos between their eyes, on their hands or beneath their lips as a sign of beauty, until just a few years ago only artists and singers had cosmetic surgery, but these days the rapid development several Islamic societies has led to a demand for cosmetic surgery from ordinary women wanting to look good.
Cosmetic surgery includes procedures such as breast enhancement or reduction, face lift, upper and lower eyelid surgery, chemical peels, nose reshaping (rhinoplasty), liposuction and tummy tucks. It is distinct from reconstructive surgery, another form of plastic surgery, which is used to restore the form and function of the body, such as in the case of disfiguring or disabling injuries.
Some people argue that to an extent plastic surgery has become a necessity amid the social development taking place in the country, where certain standards of beauty are being imposed. For example, the organization Basma (Smile) provides surgery to children with congenital abnormalities such as cleft palate. Volunteer doctors perform the surgery in order to ensure these children will not be rejected by society in the future.
While the benefit of these restorative procedures is widely supported, cosmetic surgery is often criticized as a fashion spurred by globalization and the spread of satellite television channels featuring artists, especially singers and actors, who promote a narrow and unrealistic perception of beauty. For a long time in all cultures plastic surgery tended to performed in secret and this continues today.
Secret Surgery provides a solution to this by providing affordable surgery to Muslim women in the UK market who maybe wanting to have a procedure conducted by a female Muslim plastic surgeon in a Muslim country. The package includes pre and post-operative consultations in the UK and by combining your procedure with a holiday to wonderful city of Tunis you’ll return both spiritually and physically rejuvenated and no one need know that you had a secret nip or tuck.
“I can’t see any harm in undergoing plastic surgery,” said a famous Moroccan TV presenter who admitted that she had undergone surgery in order to “appear good looking so the audience would like her.” This type of surgery is not new. Arabs and Muslims were experts in the field and created the basic rules of modern medicine. The evidence is that orthodontics, a technique for straightening teeth, can be found in ancient Arab books on medicine and pharmacology.
Angela Chouaib Managing Director of Secret Surgery Ltd said that the UK has countless plastic surgeons but very few female plastic surgeons that can truly relate to barriers faced and treat other female Muslims in a safe, comfortable and respectful environment. The other benefit about plastic surgery abroad is that you have access to an excellent female plastic surgeon in modern facilities at 50% less than UK prices.