Before and after photography: How to tell if it's trustworthy

Before and after pictures are commonly used to evidence 'successful' cosmetic surgery. But how can you tell if they're an accurate representation?

Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Chichester and Wessex Nuffield Health hospitals, Mr Jeremy Hurren, explains the dangers of relying of before and after pictures as evidence of success and what to look out for to tell if they are a true comparison.

Last updated Wednesday 9 August 2017

First published on Thursday 25 June 2015