Posted by: Cosmetic Surgery Partners
Founded in November 2010 by cosmetic surgeons Dai Davies FRCS, Miles Berry FRCS and Nick Percival FRCS, Cosmetic Surgery Partners (CSP) is a London-based cosmetic surgery clinic, situated within the epicentre of the world-renowned Harley Street area. We are proud to adhere to all the suggested changes as suggested by the GMC and RCS proposed cosmetic surgery legislation. In this article we explain what makes our London clinic simply safer and our surgeons the best choice for your elected cosmetic surgery procedure.
Cosmetic Surgery Partners London fully support the General Medical Council’s pledge to publish a guide in to make surgical and non-surgical procedures, such as face lifts, tummy tucks, breast implants, dermal fillers and Botox, much safer for all patients.
The surgeons from London’s Cosmetic Surgery Partners Clinic have always operated a ‘cooling-off’ policy, prior to any patients going under the knife, which ensures that all patients are given enough time and information to change their minds about whether to proceed with treatment.
All cosmetic surgeons at Cosmetic Surgery Partners London clinic are GMC registered as specialist cosmetic surgeons and are vastly experienced within their respective fields. When looking for any form of cosmetic treatment it is vital that you do your homework, as not all Cosmetic Surgeons in the UK are registered as cosmetic surgery specialists and sadly to this day there is little legislation in place stopping non-specialist practitioners from operating on patients.
One highly important point to remember when it comes to surgical procedures is that it is entirely unacceptable for your surgeon to rush you into surgery, so be very wary of the surgeon who is too ready to agree and pushy. Cosmetic surgery should be an educated decision that’s made only by yourself, it is a serious decision that may require a some time to decide. As such, we hope that with the help of the General Medical Council, Cosmetic Surgery Partners’ surgeons can comprehensively educate our patients on procedures and treatments, so we are happy to see the GMC including this as part of their manifesto.
There may be a lack of proper patient and cosmetic surgery practice legislation, but that doesn’t stop our team of expert surgeons going above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to consultation following a procedure. We take the utmost pride in the professionalism and specialism of our surgeons, which means that we do not operate on patients under the age of 18, we never push patients into surgery, and we always ensure proper patient education and a “cooling-off” period between date of consultation and surgery.