Cosmetic surgery in Tunbridge Wells
At Nuffield Health Tunbridge Wells Hospital, our expert cosmetic surgeons are experienced in a range of procedures, from breast enlargement and tummy tucks, to facelifts and nose re-shaping.
Why choose Nuffield Health Tunbridge Wells Hospital for your cosmetic surgery?
Our recently refurbished hospital in Tunbridge Wells not only houses state-of the-art facilities but also some of the most acclaimed and experienced cosmetic surgeons in the south east. Our consultants pride themselves on the high level of satisfaction patients express with their results and are well supported by our first class matron-led nursing team.
Unlike other private healthcare provides we offer patients our unique Nuffield Health promise, which means the price you are quoted at the start of your cosmetics journey is the price you pay at the end, with NO hidden surprises.
We believe undertaking any form of cosmetic surgery is a big step and insist all our patients discuss their circumstances with a consultant before making a well informed decision.
If you are unsure about a cosmetic procedure, or have some underling questions, you can get a better idea about the cosmetic benefits by attending one of our free cosmetic open events.
Cosmetic procedures available at Nuffield Health Tunbridge Wells Hospital include:
- Breast enlargement
- Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)
- Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty)
- Facelift (rhytidectomy)
- Eye lift (blepharoplasty)
All of our consultant surgeons are highly qualified and experienced in the field of cosmetic and plastic surgery. They are all registered with the General Medical Council (GMC).
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