Free cosmetic open evening (torso)

12 September 2019

Event details

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Date: Thursday 12 September

Speaker: Mr Nilesh Sojitra, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Venue: Spire Harpenden Hospital - find us

Many men and women are choosing cosmetic surgery to help them achieve the look they want. We know that having cosmetic surgery is a big decision and there's a lot you will want to consider.

We're here to give you the information you need to make the choice that's right for you. We recognise that everyone is different, which is why you'll receive personalised treatment throughout your journey with us.

This open evening is designed to give you a free 10 minute consultation with cosmetic consultant surgeon Mr Nilesh Sojitra to ask those initial questions. No examinations will take place during this time and if you wish to proceed you'll need to come back for a full consultation.

The evening is running from 7pm until 9pm and 10 minute slots will be allocated during that time.

We will ask you when booking to put your preferred time in and we'll do our best to get as close to this time as possible. A member of the Spire Harpenden team will contact you to confirm your time slot.

Please check your contact information is correct when making your booking.

You'll be asked when making your booking which area of your body you wish to discuss with the consultant.

Please note, we're not able to offer free mini consultations for mole/skin lesions removal or any skin related conditions.


How to book

To register your interest please call the team on 01582 714 420 and ask for Sam Manning.

Event Booking Form


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