Love hurts! Londoners most willing to undergo cosmetic surgery to please partners

Loved-up Londoners are the most likely in the country to consider cosmetic surgery to keep their other halves happy.

Even though 62% of people felt uninformed, or that surgery is too dangerous, more than half would still risk going under the knife to please their partner, according to research by Neil Hudgell Solicitors.

Nationally this risky attitude worsen among a younger demographic with 35% of 18-34-year-olds desperate to please a partner.

Forget chocolate and flowers, of younger ones questioned 22% admitted they aren’t comfortable with their bodies and would be happy to receive vouchers for cosmetic surgery for Valentine’s Day.

The firm specialises in medical negligence and handles multiple cases relating to botched cosmetic surgery.

A representative said: “We fully understand the desire and reasons for many people choosing surgery.

“It could be simply to improve their looks or to help their self-confidence, there can be no doubt that for many, it is a decision they never regret.

“However, all too often we represent clients who are badly let down by the people who carry out their surgery.

“Be it a poor standard of dental or cosmetic surgery which has gone wrong, negligent treatment leaves patients suffering long-term, both financially and emotionally.

“Any form of cosmetic surgery or dental procedures should be very carefully considered and researched.”

Picture courtesy of ReSurge International, with thanks

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