Plastic surgery has become an increasingly popular profession and has become the latest business sector to undergo a major overhaul.
Here are some of the trends and challenges that plastic surgeons face.
Source: Reuters article Plastic surgeons have become an even more popular profession, with an estimated 2.7 million people working in the field in the UK alone.
But for those who are considering it, there is a catch.
In some cases, the cost of surgery is much higher than what some would expect.
In some of these cases, you can expect to pay around £15,000 for a nose job, compared to £30,000 to £50,000 in the US.
There are also major challenges when it comes to training, said Prof Mark Mackey, from the University of Bristol.
“There is the issue of how many people are going to be doing it, which is a huge challenge.
It is also the challenge of the patient coming into the surgery.
We have to be realistic about the number of patients that we are able to see and we have to make sure that there is sufficient space for them.”
For the new recruits, a major challenge is learning to work as a team, Prof Mackey said.
He said this required them to be patient centred and communicate with each other, which can be tricky.
If you have a patient that you are not sure how they will respond to, you need to be able to give them reassurance, he said.
And, if you’re a new graduate with no experience of plastic surgery before, the prospect of being in charge of all the surgery can be daunting.
“A lot of people don’t realise how much a surgeon is going to have to do to get a new nose, or a new lip or liposuction, so you need the right training,” he said, adding that new graduates will also need to learn about all the procedures involved in plastic surgery.
“If you are just starting out you will have to take a lot of risks.”
The surgery itself is very expensive.
The average cost of a nose surgery is around £20,000, while a liposection costs around £25,000.
And even with these fees, the new graduates can expect a huge profit margin, Prof McQuarrie said.
“You can get a good return on your investment.
If you are doing it in the NHS you will make a profit.
You can have a very good return.”
The NHS currently has more than 50,000 plastic surgeons, but the number is growing.
According to the NHS, there are now more than 60,000 full time plastic surgeons.
And it’s not just NHS plastic surgeons who have undergone a major change.
There are a growing number of companies, like the cosmetic surgery brand Moleskin, that have gone into the business of treating plastic surgery scars.
“When we started, we were very different,” said the co-founder of Moleskins, Stephen Mackey.
However, now he said they are seeing an increase in the demand for their services, which have now been turned into a major cosmetic company.
They’re also looking to recruit from around the world, as well as using technology to help them identify patients that have been scarred.
The plastic surgeon is not the only one who is struggling to make ends meet.
For those looking for a more traditional career, the latest job market for graduates is a bit more challenging.
There are currently around 25,000 graduates in the business.
Although they can earn between £40,000 and £60,000 a year, some graduates may need to look elsewhere if they want to be a full time professional.
The job market is also changing, said Dr James Fuchs, from Manchester Metropolitan University.
People are leaving their jobs to work in other sectors such as hospitality, construction and retail.
This is the latest in a long line of jobs being outsourced, which has hit the economy hard.
“It is a sign of the times.
I would say the biggest job market out there is not just hospitality, but construction as well, the same applies to retail,” Dr Fuchs said.
However, the industry is still growing and it is likely that the number will be growing in the coming years, Dr Fuch said.
He added that a lot more people are choosing to take on part time work, to take up their apprenticeships and train in a different field.
That is the way to go, Dr Mackey added.
“In some sectors, particularly hospitality, it’s an opportunity to work on your own.
You can start on your feet and see if you can improve your skills, or take on a job that you’re passionate about, rather than taking a job at a big company.”