At Spire Leeds Hospital, we offer an extensive range of cosmetic procedures for both men and women to reduce the effects of ageing or to help change the appearance of a body part you’re self-conscious about.
From surgical procedures such as rhinoplasty (nose jobs), liposuction and tummy tucks to skin treatments such as chemical peels or anti-wrinkle injections, our consultants have wide experience in some of the latest techniques and innovations.
We’re a popular choice for cosmetic procedures and our inclusive prices and access to payment plans make it easy and more affordable.
Spire Leeds Hospital has one of the UK’s largest cosmetic surgery centres, working with a team of 12 consultant surgeons undertaking cosmetic and plastic surgery. Patients from all over Yorkshire and beyond can see a consultant specialist within 48 hours.
We’re home to the country’s largest team of specialist cosmetic and plastic surgery nurses working in close conjunction with the surgical team. We offer full hospital support services on site, including a High Dependency Unit.
We’ve been undertaking a wide range of cosmetic and plastic surgery for over 25 years and have over 15 out-patient clinics each week, Monday to Saturday.
Are you thinking about having cosmetic surgery, but would like to find out more before booking a full consultation? If so, come along to one of our free cosmetic events and meet one of our accredited consultant plastic surgeons.
The events are held several times a month at Spire Leeds and at our out-reach clinics in Harrogate and Ilkley. Free on-site car parking is available at all locations.
During your mini-appointment, you'll have the opportunity to have an informal chat with the consultant and find out more about the treatment you're interested in. You'll also have the chance to speak to our dedicated cosmetic surgery nursing team and take home literature on the various procedures and treatments available at Spire Leeds.
How to book
Please note: Our ‘Meet the Surgeon’/mini consultation events are an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about cosmetic surgery and are not a formal outpatient consultation. If you wish to proceed to surgery, a full outpatient consultation will usually be required. Please ask the consultant.