Plastic surgeon to conduct “Creating the Perfect Bride” session

The session is part of the Ajman Palace Hotel Wedding Fair
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Internationally-acclaimed plastic surgeon, Dr Catherine Bergeret-Galley, will conduct a “Creating the Perfect Bride” session on January 20 as part of Ajman’s Palace Hotel Wedding Fair.

Dr Bergeret-Galley specializes in facial rejuvenation as well as aesthetic and reconstructive body surgery.

At the presentation, she will focus on cosmetic procedures best suited for brides-to-be.

"Every bride wants to look flawless on her wedding day. Now with the advancements in cosmetic procedures, brides can truly look perfect. Each and every woman has different goals and her own unique requirements. While younger brides are more interested in facial rejuvenation, neck liposuction, arms liposuction, mesotheraphy or reshaping of lips, older brides may request tummy tucks, chemical peels, laser treatments, reshaping sagging skin, breast lifts and implants, brow lifts, eyelid lifts, neck lifts, or face lifts,” she said, adding that brides-to-be need to plan these procedures in advance in order to get their desired results.

 

“Every bride tells me 'Make me look my best for my big day'. While there are some quick-fix procedures, most require time. The longer time we get to work on the skin and body the better the results for a beautiful body and glowing skin,” she added.

Dr Bergeret-Galley has previously worked on A-list celebrities from the Middle East and Europe. In addition, she is a Visiting Specialist at Al Garhoud Private Hospital in Dubai.

The Ajman Palace Hotel Wedding Fair will take place on January 20 and 21. It will entail bridal fashion shows, a designer flower market, beauty and hair wedding theatre, and gallery.

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