Cosmetic surgery information evening

18 December 2018

About the event

Time: 6.30pm - 8.45pm

Date: Tuesday 18 December

Speaker: Mr Hilal Bahia and Ms Ewa Majdak-Paredes

Venue: Spire Murrayfield Hospital - find us

If you're seriously considering cosmetic surgery you'll know how important it is to find out as much as possible before making any decisions.

At the event

Consultant Plastic Surgeons, Mr Hilal Bahia and Ms Ewa Majdak-Paredes will host the evening of informative presentations on a range of cosmetic procedures available at Spire Murrayfield Hospital.

In a comfortable private hospital setting, we offer:

  • breast enlargement, uplift and reduction
  • liposuction, tummy tuck and other body reshaping procedures
  • nose reshaping
  • ear pinning
  • eyelid and facial surgery.

There’ll be light refreshments, information to take away and plenty of opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed environment. 


  • Body aesthetics
    Time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm
    Speaker: Mr Hilal Bahia
  • Facial cosmetic surgery - botox and filler
    Time: 7.45pm - 8.45pm
    Speaker: Ms Majdak-Paredes


Our event will be held at Spire Murrayfield Hospital, which is on Corstorphine Road next to Edinburgh Zoo. 

Book your place

The event is free but numbers are limited. Please book in to each talk separately.

Online bookings:

Telephone bookings:

To book your place, or for more information about having cosmetic surgery at Spire Murrayfield Hospital call 0131 316 2507 or email

Event Booking Form


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