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Cosmetic and plastic surgeon Nick Percival is one of the most renowned and respected surgeons in the UK. A man who trains other surgeons, lectures worldwide and pioneers the latest techniques in surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures. His extensive experience includes modern face-lifting techniques, and he is proud to be one of the first surgeons in the UK to undertake the new minimally invasive face-lifting technique (MACS).
Nick made his name as a reconstructive surgeon on the NHS as a consultant at London’s Charing Cross Hospital – as well as rebuilding faces in war-torn Bosnia and helping victims of the Paddington Rail Crash.
Nick graduated from University College Hospital in 1977, lecturing at America’s famous Stanford University before becoming a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1984. After specialist training in plastic surgery in London, Wales and Edinburgh, he registered with the General Medical Council as a Trained Surgeon in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Making his name as one of the finest consultants in his field within the NHS , Nick launched Cosmetic Surgery Partners alongside fellow consultant Dai Davis in 2010. Here, at the forefront of technology, Nick has pioneered the practice of Day Case Breast Augmentation using new surgical techniques to reduce post-operative discomfort and ensuring a faster recovery.
He has incorporated the use of pre-operative computerised patient assessment into his rhinoplasty practice while his groundbreaking work on minimal access face-lifting has been presented both in Europe and the USA at internationally recognised meetings this year.
If you would like more information about the procedures completed by Nick or to book a consultation then please call our medically trained team on 02074866778.
Regular staff and patient testing for Covid-19 has been in place since July 2020 and the hospital employs PPE, health-screening, social distancing and enhanced hospital cleaning to maintain your safety as our prime concern. For further details please see Covid-19 patient pathways PDF document, which has been based on best-practice guidelines from a variety of professional bodies.
Please contact our award-winning team on 020 7486 6778 who will be happy to any further information.