Cosmetic surgery open evening

14 March 2017

Open evening at Spire Yale Hospital

We will be holding a patient open evening at Spire Yale hospital on Tuesday 14 March at 6.30pm. A range of procedures will be covered:

  • anti-wrinkle injections
  • breast uplift

  • male breast reduction surgery

  • scar revision

  • mole, cyst, wart and skin tag removal

  • breast enlargement

  • ear pinning

  • eyelid surgery or eyebag removal

  • tummy tuck

  • liposuction

  • breast reduction

  • inverted nipple surgery

  • breast implant removal

  • arm reduction and lift

  • labial reduction surgery (vaginal reshaping).

There will be a 30 minute presentation on all aspects of cosmetic surgery with renowned cosmetic surgeon Mr Fahmy, including before and after pictures. You can also take the opportunity of a one-to-one discussion (mini-consultation) in a relaxed environment.

Registration is essential, please call 01978 268035 to register as places are limited.

Our events are an opportunity to gain more information about a procedure or treatment that you may be considering, and are not a formal out-patient consultation. If you wish to proceed to surgery, a full outpatient consultation will be required.

Events are usually led by consultants who present on their area of expertise. There is also an opportunity to ask questions. There is no obligation to proceed with any treatment following attendance.

Event Booking Form


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