Plastic and cosmetic surgeons are medical experts whose work involves altering the body’s appearance. That means the range of procedures they’re trained to perform is very broad, covering everything from skin tag removal to implants and scar revision.
At Spire South Bank Hospital, the dedicated team of plastic surgeons provide the Worcester area with rapid access to treatment. With all the latest technologies to hand, they’re able to perform all manner of procedures designed to improve your health and confidence.
Treatments offered in Worcester – aesthetics
At Spire South Bank, the specialist team of cosmetic surgeons serve Great Malvern and other towns with effective treatment. Each is designed to subtly alter the appearance of various parts of the body, from ear pinning though to thigh and buttock lifts. Procedures the team undertake most often include:
Treatments offered in Worcester – reconstruction
Some aesthetic complaints, such as those caused by trauma, burns or previous major surgery, require a more invasive form of treatment. These are known as reconstructive plastics procedures and are designed to achieve transformational, confidence boosting results. Those offered by Spire’s plastic surgeons near Evesham include:
Conditions and symptoms treated in Worcester
Plastic surgery is about much more than altering the way you look. Our external appearance can have major implications for our mental and physical wellbeing, which is why the team at Spire South Bank Hospital look at the bigger picture when planning cosmetic procedures. They focus their work on eliminating or reducing associated symptoms, including the likes of:
You’ll find Spire South Bank Hospital to the south of central Worcester, along the A38 Bath Road. That makes it easy to reach from all corners of the city, as well as being conveniently close to junction 7 of the M5 for anyone heading in from surrounding towns and villages. This will also be your nearest Spire facility if you live in places like Bromyard, Ledbury, Pershore and Tewkesbury.
Spire South Bank is convenient for both the city of Worcester and junction 7 of the M5 which is just two miles away.
FRCS(Eng), FRCS (Plast), Fellow of European Board of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
Mr Mehboob Ali graduated from Madurai Kamaraj University, India 1985. He undertook specialist training in Plastic Surgery since 1990 from renowned centres in London, West Midlands and Ireland and was awarded FRCS (Plast) in the UK. He was awarded the Fellow of…
Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon
BSc(Hons) MB ChB FRCS(Plast)
Demetrius Evriviades is an NHS Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham (QEHB). Demetrius graduated from Liverpool Medical School in 1994, he trained as a plastic surgeon in Oxford and Trent regions in the UK wi…