Nordica opens cosmetic surgery centre in Lagos
The centre, which is due to commence full-operation next month, would see to restructuring the human body to enhance self confidence.
Addressing reporters at the Nordica Fertility Centre, Ikoyi, the Clinic Manager, Tola Ajayi, said that the cosmetic surgery center is a combination of cutting edge-technology with an eye for artistry, “to give you natural results, timeless beauty and lasting satisfaction.”
Ajayi added that the Clinic would engage in other services, which include: egg cryopreservation, counseling, weight loss, mind-body medicine, acupuncture and genetic compatibility testing.
According to her, “At the Body Art Surgery Centre, our services will include Liposuction, Tummy Tuck, Breast Augmentation, Arm lift, Breast Lift, Cheek Augmentation, Chin Augmentation, Vagina tightening, Butt Enlargement and Botox.”
Also speaking at the event, the Infertility Counsellor and Acupuncturist, Esther Odiete, noted that acupuncture is safe, relaxes the nerves and also stimulate the flow of blood from the uterus.
According to Wikipedia, Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine. It is commonly used for pain relief though it is also used to treat a wide range of conditions. The majority of people who seek out acupuncture do so for musculoskeletal problems, including low back pain, shoulder stiffness, and knee pain. Acupuncture is rarely used alone but rather as an adjunct to other treatment modalities.
The Clinical Embryologist, Atiba Adedamola, added that the eggs could be collected and stored without complications for like 10 years. This process is called freezing.
Managing Director of the Clinic, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, in his speech, disclosed that carrying out body surgery in Nigeria was cheaper and convenient than travelling abroad.
Ajayi informed that Dr. Guillermo Blugerman, would be invited to the country to perform plastic surgery as a renowned surgeon and consultant who has worked for cosmetic surgery centers in Germany, United States of America (USA), Netherlands, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Philippines, Israel Australia, Austria, USA, Brazil, Chile, Spain and Ecuador.