Home > Lifestyle > Ageing well > Surgical Surgical All sections in Ageing well » Anti-ageing » Health tips » Non-surgical » Nutrition to stay young » Surgical » Ageing Well News Cleveland Clinic does second face transplant In the second face transplant by the Cleveland Clinic a patient who was badly disfigured in a car crash received a new face. Sign up for the newsletter » Quiz How long will you live? » Ask DietDoc » Ask CyberDoc » Celebrity ageing Plastic surgery trend on arms British woman dies while having butt implants removed A British woman died while undergoing cosmetic surgery to remove her gluteal implants in the Thai capital, police said on Friday. Video: bum surgery gone wrong Should bum implants flip around? Warning, this video of plastic surgery gone wrong might upset sensitive viewers. Breast reduction: when less is more When it comes to breasts, bigger is not always better. For women with large heavy breasts, many daily activities can become a burden and participating in sport is often impossible. Silicone breast implants - are they safe or not? A recent health scare involving sub-standard breast implants has generated concern about the safety of breast implants. Plastic surgeon Dr Stuart Geldenhuys reviews the situation. Liposuction guide Liposuction is the most popular local procedure. Here is your guide to everything you need to know about this. “ Latest comment on Health24 PrincessR says... Cameron that is actually the best comment about insults I've ever seen. What people don't know is 5% of your daily intake of energy should be sugar. Such a small amount, and it... Don't fall for the sugar witch hunt ” Post-baby breast jobs: pros and cons Post-baby breast surgery is more popular than ever among mothers, especially in the "yummy mummy" era. Cosmetic surgeon Dr Stuart Geldenhuys looks at the pros and cons. Fake is out, natural is in Breast augmentation is more popular than ever. Cape Town cosmetic surgeon, Dr Stuart Geldenhuys, talks about the trends, pros and cons of breast augmentation in the 21st century. Under the knife While injectables, fillers and skincare can go a long way to retarding the appearance of ageing, they can’t and don’t reverse time indefinitely. That’s when many turn to surgery. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Is your baby dehydrated? How to tell. Fifty and fabulous! There’s something newly cool about turning 50 Keeping your skin soft, moisturised and winter-ready Live healthier Your health » How well do you know the body? Your healthy liver lifestyle Are you healthy? Tell us about your health and you could win R5000. Up for grabs » Tell us about your health Stay warm when the lights go out Win R1000 in cash! Win an energy-saving Spindel Enter our competition and stand a chance of winning an energy saving Spindel valued at R2200!