Clinics claim ‘Zoom Boom’ in cosmetic surgery treatments
Clinics report increases in expensive plastic surgery such as tummy tucks and nose jobs as well as liposuction and Botox injections
Irish cosmetic surgery clinics are citing a “Zoom boom” as one of the reasons behind a reported rise in people undergoing expensive plastic surgery treatments during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ailish Kelly, founder of the well-known Avoca Clinic in Wicklow, which shut during the first lockdown in March, told the Business Post that she was “shocked by the flood of patients” seeking treatments once the clinic reopened in the summer.
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