We would always recommend that patients do lots of research when considering plastic surgery.
You should equip yourself with lots of information about the procedure you have in mind. You can find lots of great information on the website of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstruction and Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAPRAS), the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the NHS provides a very good online Guide to Cosmetic Surgery.
Our patients appreciate the fact that we have a well-established plastic surgery practice offering impartial advice and guidance. During your initial consultation, you’ll find that we look at the pros and cons of the procedure you’re considering, and explore any associated risks. We will assess the area of your face or body you wish to change and give you an accurate indication of whether we feel we can meet your expectations.
After your initial consultation, we are happy to continue to answer any further questions or meet with you while you weigh up whether surgery is right for you – there’s absolutely no pressure at all to go ahead with any treatment.
If you do decide to go ahead, however, you’ll need to find the right Plastic Surgeon.