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Consultation Process & Advice

What’s included in the price?

When you approach a hospital or clinic for initial information about cosmetic surgery, they should be willing to give you an approximate price that covers all the treatment you are considering. However, most hospitals and clinics will not give you a firm quotation until you have attended a consultation. This is because the final price is often determined by the exact nature of the plastic surgery and the choice of any implants that may be involved.

You should be given a personal written price quotation and a document explaining the terms and conditions of the contract, which you will need to sign if you decide to go ahead with treatment.

Make sure that you understand exactly what’s included in the price you’ve been quoted. Some or all of the items listed on this page may be included in the package price – but, if they are not included, you’ll need to find out the additional price of the relevant items.

Before treatment

During treatment

After treatment

You should also ask about any cancellation charges just in case you want to postpone or cancel your treatment. This will avoid you feeling pressurised into going ahead, simply because there is a high cancellation fee.

Cosmetic surgery agencies

Cosmetic surgery agencies act as brokers to match up prospective clients with surgeons, hospitals and clinics in the UK and overseas.

If you ask an agency to arrange your treatment, you should be aware that they will be earning a commission from the surgeon, hospital or clinic – even though the price you pay may be the same as if you arranged your treatment yourself.

If you do choose this route, you should take extra care to read the terms and conditions of any contract you enter into.

Treatment abroad

The idea of a holiday combined with cosmetic surgery may be appealing but standards of care can be very different overseas.

You could have problems if something goes wrong, especially once you have returned home and if you need follow-up care.

It may be difficult to check out the quality standards of the hospital or clinic in advance and you’ll be unlikely to meet the plastic surgeon treating you until just before the operation. If you arrive and find you are not comfortable with the hospital, clinic or surgeon, you may feel it is too late to back out of the arrangement.

Meet Your Surgeon

Mr Juma is a Plastic Surgeon with 25 years of medical experience who has a long established reputation within his field. He is a Senior NHS Plastic Surgeon, a Medical Examiner and Honorary Lecturer who is renowned for being a perfectionist.

For your peace of mind, Mr Juma is GMC registered and a member of the Plastic Surgery UK membership bodies BAAPS and BAPRAS.

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