Cosmetic Surgery Safety

26_Patient-Safety-Diamond_2010.gifCosmetic surgery is usually very safe and having a general anaesthetic (medication to allow you to go to sleep), particularly in people who are relatively young, fit and healthy, is also very safe. In our experience, the vast majority of people are absolutely delighted with the results of their cosmetic surgery and are very pleased about their decision, to have it.

Safety as a priority

To undergo cosmetic surgery is a big step and a safe surgery dedicated practice will not only reassure you about your operation, but is the cornerstone to a successful outcome. Mr Misra places safety at the very heart of his practice. This ensures all risks are kept to a minimum.

10 steps that make for safer cosmetic surgery 

  1. Mr Misra is registered as a specialist with the General Medical Council in plastic surgery
  2. As a member of the 3 core aesthetic surgery organisations: the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons & the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, Mr Misra adheres to their codes of conduct 
  3. Evidence based approach to surgery - the latest techniques and surgery advances are brought to you, by Mr Misra. Yearly professional appraisal ensures this is kept up-to-date.
  4. All consultations and procedures with Mr Misra
  5. No incentives; if it is not in your best interests, the procedure will not be recommended
  6. Time to think about your decision to have a procedure (cooling-off period)
  7. Anaesthesia or sedation in cosmetic surgery performed by NHS anaesthetists with years of experience 
  8. Full access to Mr Misra's team for concerns with a responsive approach
  9. Clear instructions about aftercare to ensure a smooth recovery
  10. Complete interest in your experience and feedback (positive or negative)

For further information please arrange an appointment with Mr Misra's office.

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