I offer a wide range of surgical procedures. Information on the most common procedures is listed below. I am unwilling to offer unlimited advice over the internet, but I would be happy to discuss a procedure in more detail at a private consultation or via short email correspondence to my secretary Lisa Nelson. Click here for information on making an appointment.
No cosmetic surgery is trivial, and it should only be contemplated when you are in a settled physical and mental state. Do NOT think about this type of surgery if you are unwell, have major medical problems or are in the middle of a significant life crisis, such as divorce or recent bereavement.
Crucially, you must be realistic about cosmetic surgery and what it can and cannot achieve for you – these are real operations with real risks, downtime, pain, financial costs to you and your family, but also genuine potential rewards if you are well-informed, sensible and realistic about what can be achieved. Every person is an individual, with a different body shape and tissue characteristics, and some of the operations you may have seen on reality TV or read about may well not be for you.
I will be very honest about what we can achieve together and I may even suggest no surgery if I do not believe this is in your best interests.
My NHS practice is now dominated by all aspects of hand surgery, so I have a great breadth of experience, including trauma, children’s hand surgery and all common adult hand problems. I have also written guidelines for common hand conditions, which may be accessed at: http://www.bssh.ac.uk/education/guidelines