Cosmetic surgery information evening – November 2018

14 November 2018

About the event

Time: 6.30pm

Speaker: Mr Milind Dalal, Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon

Venue: Spire Fylde Coast Hospital - find us

Date: Wednesday 14 November

Cost: Free

If you are considering any form of cosmetic surgery you'll know how important it is to find out as much as you can before making any decisions.

Why not come along and join us at Spire Fylde Coast Hospital for a free, fully informative presentation about all aspects of cosmetic surgery including:

  • Breast augmentation (enlargement)
  • Breast reduction 
  • Facelift
  • Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping)
  • Upper and lower blepharoplasty (eyebag removal)

Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, Mr Milind Dalal, will be hosting the evening, giving an insight into the latest treatments and procedures, expected results and what to expect after surgery. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to meet briefly with Mr Dalal. Our Private Patient Advisers will also be present to assist with any initial queries you may have and if required, to book an appointment for a formal consultation at a time to suit you.

Please note, mini consultations are an opportunity to ask any initial questions you may have about cosmetic surgery, and are not a formal out patient consultation. If you wish to proceed to surgery, a full out patient consultation will be required.

Refreshments will be served throughout the evening.

Spaces are limited so please reserve your free place by calling our Private Advisers on: 01253 308 031 or by completing the booking form below.

Cosmetic open evening November 2018

Cosmetic surgery with Mr Milind Dalal


Marketing Information

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