If you are looking for information about facial plastic surgery in Manchester, then you’ve come to the right place!
We have provided facial plastic surgery in Manchester for more than a decade and in fact are the busiest practice for full surgical facial rejuvenation in the city. We enjoy a firm reputation as the leading practice for facelift surgery in Manchester – perhaps not surprisingly, we have grown through word-of-mouth and recommendation.
Based at the state-of-the-art The Spire Hospital which is conveniently located near the train, airport and motorway network around Manchester, we are able to offer a variety of facial plastic surgery options. These include mini facelifts through to full facelifts as well as extended facelifts. Where appropriate, we are also able to offer additional treatments – neck lift, brow lift and eyelid surgery – to achieve fantastic results you truly love.
The right treatment will depend upon the structure of your face, the condition of your skin and the results you want to achieve.
You can read about different types of facelift; the risks; what’s involved in recovery and view before and after photos on our website, as well as read lots of articles on different aspects of surgery over on our blog.
That said, there is nothing better than a face-to-face conversation with one of our highly experienced plastic surgeons to help you decide if surgery really is the right option for you.
Anyone who is considering having facial plastic surgery in Manchester with us will meet their surgeon – Mr James Murphy or Mr Adam Goodwin – on their first visit. To us, it’s vital that you know and trust the surgeon who is going to be supporting you through your plastic surgery journey.
During this initial consultation, Mr Murphy or Mr Goodwin will take the time to understand why you are considering facial plastic surgery, and the results you hope to achieve. They will be able to make a good assessment of your face and the condition of your skin and therefore give a good indication of the outcome that can be expected.
Importantly, they will be able to talk to you about the risks involved in surgery, as all surgery carries some element of risk.
Once you’ve undergone surgery, our support continues. You will be provided with the information and advice you need to make a good recovery once you return home, coming back for check-ups as appropriate so that we can monitor your progress and ensure everything is running smoothly.
Of course, should you have any questions between appointments, you can get in touch with us at any time.