Plastic Surgery

Aesthetic and reconstructive surgical services for the essential and non-essential.



Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involving the restoration, reconstruction or alteration of the human body.

Our Eminent Plastic Surgeons have access to the Latest procedures in Plastic and Cosmetics Surgery. We believe that our job is to help you reach your best version of yourself, while providing you with our Knowledge and Expertise, help you make an educated discussion, reviewing your options, and finally become more confident about yourself.

Plastic surgeries

Plastic Surgery Doctors

Our doctors, physicians, specialists and support staff are caring, experienced and highly trained in their fields. They are committed to excellence – and more importantly, they are committed to you.

Health Tips & Info

Coming to hospital for surgery means a lot to think about, including being prepared. That’s why we’ve shared our tips for preparing for surgery to help you feel ready and relaxed.

Packing for surgery

Make sure you have everything you need. If you are staying in hospital, make a list of all the things you might need and start packing a few days before. Think about nightwear, day clothes, underwear, dressing gown and slippers, a small hand towel and toiletries, sanitary products, books or magazines, a small amount of cash, your regular medication and the doses you take, glasses or contact lenses if you use then, and an address book with important numbers. Many hospitals now allow mobile devices, but check beforehand.

Preparing for surgery – diet and wellness

Be as well as you can be. Research has shown that patients who maintain a reasonable level of fitness before surgery, have better results. Even moderate exercise can help so try to do what you can and take advice from your GP if you’re not sure. Think about your diet and lifestyle too – healthy food and giving up habits such as smoking have been shown to improve recovery post-surgery.


Take your medication. If your hospital doctor has asked you to take any medicines before surgery, make sure you do so. If you take insulin or tablets for diabetes, please discuss this with your consultant as soon as possible before your surgery. As part of your pre-operative assessment you will have been asked about whether or not you are allergic to certain medication or if you or any of your relatives have had a problem with anaesthetic. If you have been told to stop taking any regular medication, including HRT medication, you must do so – if you don’t your surgery might have to be cancelled.

Preparing for surgery mentally

If you are anxious, speak up. Most people experience a certain amount of anxiety before an operation, but if you are really anxious don’t be afraid to contact the hospital to let them know. They will be able to provide all manner of advice and information to help allay your fears. Some may even allow you to visit the hospital beforehand to meet the team and see the care environment.

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Medical Services

The medical team works with other departments and specialties to ensure that our patients receive the best care for their needs.

Emergency Cases

High Caliber Team of Emergency Doctors, On-call Physicians, and Nurses, always available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat anyone seeking urgent Medical Care.

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