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Cosmetic treatments, chosen by thousands of people every day, range from surgical procedures such as nose jobs or breast enlargements to skin treatments such as chemical peels. Some help reduce the effects of ageing. Others help change the appearance of a part of your body that you’re self-conscious about.
Many people tell us they feel more self-confident and have greater self-esteem after having cosmetic treatment with us.
In addition to our experienced plastic surgeons, we have consultants providing non-surgical treatments such as fillers and anti-wrinkle treatment. Working alongside the consultants, we also have a specialist cosmetic surgery nurse that supports you throughout your journey – from your first consultation to your final follow up visit.View consultants
To book a free mini-consultation with our cosmetic nurse or a full consultation with a surgeon, please call 01293 778 906. Alternatively, please fill out the enquiry form at the top of the page.
Here at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital we provide free initial assessments with our cosmetic nurse specialist. During this assessment our nurse will get a better understanding of your goals and use their expertise to help you decide on the best treatment for you, free of charge. To book an appointment please call 01293 778 906.
Choosing to have your cosmetic surgery at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital means that you’ll see your chosen cosmetic and plastic surgeon at every stage of treatment and you’ll receive expert care from our nursing team. If you are nervous about coming to hospital we will arrange for you to have a tour with one of our team.
17 November 2018
Our free GP Conference on 17 November will cover a variety of specialities relevant to primary care.
01 October 2018
Miss Shamaela Waheed, consultant onco-plastic breast surgeon offers her advice and facts during breast cancer awareness…