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Why choose Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital for your cosmetic procedure?

  • You will have a highly experienced consultant with you every step of the way, from consultation to procedure through to after care. This isn’t always the case with other providers
  • You can choose your consultant and book a consultation online
  • We are conveniently located in Exeter, there is no need to travel out of the area
  • We have spotless infection free facilities, including zero cases of MRSA or Clostridium difficile
  • Highly competitive and affordable fixed prices, with no hidden surprises.
  • 0% finance is available to help spread the cost of your procedure via First Medical Loans.
  • Find out more about our cosmetic surgery consultants

Cosmetic treatments available at Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital:

Choosing to undertake cosmetic surgery is a big decision. At Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital we strongly believe in helping you to make the right decision. To ensure the procedure is a complete success it is vital that a thorough consultation process is carried out, establishing why you want the surgery and what you want to achieve from having it.

Breast Enlargement
Involves inserting implants into the breast to increase their size and improve their shape. This can make you feel more womanly and you may find yourself enjoying other benefits, like wearing clothes you never thought you could. It can also be a way of reconstructing the breast after previous breast surgery.

Breast Reduction
If you feel your breasts are too large, or out of proportion with the rest of your body, you can opt for a breast reduction, or reduction mammoplasty.

Breast Uplift
If you feel you have heavy, sagging breasts, or your breasts have changed shape, you may choose to have a breast uplift, or mastopexy.

Tummy Tuck
The aim of a tummy tuck (or abdominoplasty) is to give you a flatter and less flabby stomach, together with abdominal muscles that look and feel firmer.

Facelift
They say you’re as young as you feel. So why shouldn’t your face and neck look as young as you feel too? With a facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, it is possible to restore a natural and youthful look to your face.

Eye Lid Reshaping
As we get older the skin around the eyes can stretch and sag. Eyelid reshaping (or blepharoplasty) is designed to counteract bags and wrinkles and restore a more youthful look.

Nose Reshaping
By having a nose reshaping procedure (or rhinoplasty) you can give your nose a more natural, better proportioned look. It can also be a means of relieving a blockage in the nostrils.

Liposuction
Sometimes, even regular exercise and strict dieting aren’t enough to get rid of excess fat. That is when you may want to consider liposuction. The areas most often treated by liposuction are the tummy, hips, buttocks, thighs, knees and neck.

To book an initial consultation online please click the treatment you are interested in and follow the online booking process. Alternatively, you can call our dedicated hospital enquiry team for a complimentary one-to-one* or arrange a consultation on 01392 262 110.


*Please note that complimentary one to ones offer an initial opportunity to obtain information and general advice from one of our Consultants. The sessions should not be confused with full clinical consultations which can last up to an hour and are chargeable by the consultant. If in any doubt please don’t hesitate to ask us.

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