Plastic surgery is a booming industry, and this is where one plastic surgeon in London is making his money.
The plastic surgeon and businessman behind plastic surgery company Plastic Surgery Partners (PSP) is making a lot of money in his business, which has expanded since his first surgery in 2014.
But his success is now in doubt, as the European Commission is looking into whether or not the firm can continue operating in the EU.
The first plastic surgeon to make a fortune is John Maitland, who was born in Glasgow in 1971.
He had to wait years for a transplant and was put on a waiting list for the heart surgery at the age of 19.
But in 2016 he underwent his first plastic operation.
His operation cost him £5,000 and a year later, he was back in the UK.
The next year, he opened the first surgery clinic in Glasgow, which is now known as Plastic Surgery Parlour.
He says he makes a lot more money as a plastic surgeon today, although he has stopped taking part in surgeries as the EU has tightened the rules around the practice.
But while he makes his money as the first plastic doctor in the world, his family is struggling.
His wife is struggling to pay the bills and they are worried about their son.
The family says the family have been living in fear for a long time, and are not happy about the situation.
“They are worried for our safety and are being worried that we might lose the operation,” he said.
“I would be lying if I said that we are happy.
It’s hard to do this work and make money, and we don’t get a lot out of it.”
But we do enjoy it and have a great life here.
“We can’t wait to move back home, we’re still living in our parents house and we’ve got no income, and it’s really tough to keep going as we are now.”
The family say they have been told the NHS would not allow the surgery to continue because it could breach its rules on the NHS.
“It would breach our human rights,” said the family.
“We would have to go back to our home and not be allowed to get surgery again.”
The NHS is in talks with the family about whether or how to allow the operation to continue.
A spokesperson from the NHS said: “The NHS has been in discussions with the Family Care Trust over whether to allow a plastic surgery procedure to continue, and if so, what steps it will take to ensure that this is permitted.”
If this request is approved, a decision will be taken at a later date.””
If the Family care trust is not able to approve this request, the surgery will continue in a more limited capacity.
The Government has made it clear to the Family Health Partnership that it would not consider allowing a plastic procedure to proceed without a full consultation with them and an opportunity to present evidence.””
Our advice is that any NHS decision on a plastic operation should be based on evidence and a full assessment of the circumstances.”
“The Government has made it clear to the Family Health Partnership that it would not consider allowing a plastic procedure to proceed without a full consultation with them and an opportunity to present evidence.”
The PP group said it was not yet sure what impact the EU’s proposed rule change would have on the business.
The PP is not alone.
Plastic Surgery Partner, a subsidiary of Plastic Surgery Associates (PSA), has been operating in Europe since 2013.
It said it has had to shut down its operations in Europe, and said it could not give a figure on how much it makes.
The firm said it did not want to comment on any of the EU regulations because of the sensitivity of the issue.
“As a member of the Plastic Surgery Partnership, we are currently reviewing our business model and are committed to doing everything we can to minimise the risk to our customers and to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients,” said a spokesperson for PP.
“Our customers want the best outcomes for them and we take them very seriously.”