How much is cosmetic surgery?

Price List

Most Popular Procedures

Cosmetic Surgery in the Facial area:

  • Eyelid Reduction (Upper Blepharoplasty) from £1,795

    The upper blepharoplasty involves removing redundant skin, muscle and fat from around the upper eyes. It can help to reduce the appearance of droopy eyes, and can correct fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Eyelid Reduction (Lower Blepharoplasty) from £2,399

    The lower blepharoplasty involves removing redundant skin, muscle and fat from around the lower eyes. It can help to reduce the appearance of droopy eyes, and can correct fine lines, wrinkles, under-eye bags and dark circles.

  • Eyelid Reduction (Upper & Lower Blepharoplasty) from £3,599

    The upper and lower blepharoplasty involves a combination of the two procedures, and removes the redundant skin, muscle and fat from both the upper and lower eyes.

  • Ear Lobe Repair from £650

    Ear lobe repair surgery is for patients that have ear lobes which have been split, ripped or stretched. The procedure involves stitching up and amending any tears under local anaesthetic, and restoring the lobes back to their original appearance.

  • Prominent Ear Correction (Otoplasty/Pinnaplasty) from £2,700

    The otoplasty aims to alter the size or shape of your ears. This involves making an incision behind the ear and repositioning it as appropriate. The surgery is known to reduce insecurities surrounding the appearance of asymmetrical ears or ears that stick out.

  • Brow Lift from £3,000

    Brow lift techniques are dependent on the results that you desire but will always involve making small incisions behind the hairline. The procedure is a great way to reduce signs of ageing; a tired appearance or a low and sagging brow.

  • Buccal Fat Pad Removal from £2,299

    During the buccal fat pad removal, a small incision is made inside the mouth -- leaving no visible scars -- and any fatty deposits are then removed through the incision. This is a great option for those seeking the appearance of a leaner and more contoured face.

  • Chin Implant (Mentoplasty) from £4,500

    Also known as a chin augmentation or chin implant, this procedure involves an incision and having a custom-built implant placed on the chin. Many patients who are unhappy with their side-profile undergo the mentoplasty, and they’re great for evening out the silhouette of the face.

  • Forehead Reduction from £4,000

    The forehead reduction sees incisions being made across a marked area of the forehead and hairline, having the skin separated from the connective tissue underneath and cutting out the area that has been marked for removal. The incision along the hairline is then pulled downwards to join with the forehead incision. This is a great means of reducing the height of your forehead.

  • Face Lift (SMAS) from £4,500

    A SMAS facelift involves making an incision on the temple, above the hairline, and the facial and neck tissue and muscle beneath the skin is then lifted and rearranged into the desired position. This type of facelift is performed to reduce the appearance of sagging or loose skin, hollow cheeks, excess fat, jowls, and loss of volume in the cheeks.

  • Face Lift (Deep Plane) from £5,000

    A deep plane facelift goes further than the SMAS layer. During the procedure, incisions are made and various ligaments in the face are then cut and released. A deep manipulation of the facial tissue is also involved. This procedure – while more invasive than some other facelifts – is greatly beneficial at improving the overall facial aesthetic and providing patients with a more youthful appearance and overall facial rejuvenation.

  • Face Lift (MACS) from £4,500

    The MACS facelift targets the underlying muscular structures of the face, and the repositioning of the skin and muscles around the face and neck area. Those who wish to remove wrinkles, excess skin and stubborn fat portions fat from the face will benefit from this type of lift.

  • Face Lift (Mini) from £4,000

    A modified version of the traditional facelift, the mini facelift involves having small incisions around the hairline to lift the lower half of the face in a bid to correct sagging skin – mostly around the neck and the jawline. It is an effective procedure for those whose main problem area is the lower half of the face.

  • Facial Fat Transfer from £2,200

    This procedure exists for those who have a surplus of fat and wish to have it replaced into areas of the face. Harvested via liposuction, the facial fat transfer is effective in reshaping facial contours, rejuvenating any facial ageing and balancing facial features.

  • Lip Lift from £1,995

    The lip lift is a minimally invasive procedure and is generally achieved by removing a thin strip of skin between the upper lip and the septum. Unlike lip filler, the aim of the lip lift is not to increase the volume of the lips, but instead focuses on adding height.

  • Neck Lift (Full Platysmaplasty) from £4,500

    The full neck lift sees an incision being made underneath the chin. Fat is then removed with liposuction. Once the platysma muscle is exposed, it is then brought back together with surgical stitches. Many opt to undergo this procedure due to the effects ageing has on the neck, which renders it to sag. The procedure allows this area to appear much tighter and defined.

  • Neck Lift (Mini Platysmaplasty) from £4,000

    Less invasive and extensive than the full neck lift, the mini neck lift sees the removal of excess skin in the jowl area and under the chin, with minimal incisions and a shorter recovery period. Many opt to undergo the mini neck lift to tackle sagging and wrinkles in the neck area.

Cosmetic Surgery in the Body area:

Cosmetic Surgery in the Genital area:

  • Foreskin Restoration from £15,000

    A foreskin restoration is a surgical means of restoring the foreskin if it has been previously removed. To do this, your surgeon will take skin grafts from areas of your body, such as the scrotum, and transplant it over onto the penis in order to cover the glans. The procedure can help to increase the sensation, protection and aesthetics of the penis.

  • Labia Reduction (Labiaplasty – Majora/Minora/Clitoral hood) from £2,700

    The labiaplasty is performed on the labia minora, majora or clitoral hood, and involves shortening or reshaping any unwanted tissue on the vaginal lips. It can provide fantastic functional and cosmetic benefits.

  • Penile Girth Enhancement (Male Intimate Surgery) from £3,000

    Penile girth enhancement surgery sees your surgeon transferring fat from areas where there is a surplus, and moving it to the dorsal part of the penile shaft. Visible when both flaccid and erect, the procedure is widely beneficial and also reversable.

  • Pubic Fat Pad Removal (Mons Liposuction) from £2,400

    Pubic fat pad removal involves the removal of excess at and skin in the pubic area via incision, the lifting of the mons, and some liposuction if required. People opt to undergo this type of surgery if they feel that their pubic area looks too full or is sagging, and wish to restore it to a flatter and firmer appearance.

  • Scrotal Reduction (Scrotoplasty) from £3,800

    The scrotal reduction involves your surgeon removing excess loose skin via an incision that is located in the creases of the scrotum, before hitching up the scrotum and pulling the skin tighter, ensuring that the testicles then sit higher. The scrotal reduction works well for those who experience discomfort surrounding the appearance of their genitals, and offers both aesthetic and functional benefits.

  • Scrotal Webbing from £2,400

    This surgery involves cutting out any excess skin found between the penis and the testicles. The procedure offers many benefits: improving the appearance of your genitals, reducing sexual discomfort and improving body confidence.

Medical procedures:

  • Carpal Tunnel Decompression (One Hand) from £900.0

    Carpal tunnel decompression involves making an incision on either side of the wrist or several incisions being made on the hand to release the pressure on the median nerve caused by carpal tunnel syndrome. This procedure is widely beneficial from those who suffer from the effects of the syndrome.

  • Carpal Tunnel Decompression (Both Hands) from £1100.0

    Carpal tunnel decompression involves making an incision on either side of both wrists or several incisions being made on the hands to release the pressure on the median nerve caused by carpal tunnel syndrome. This procedure is widely beneficial from those who suffer from the effects of the syndrome.

  • Trigger Finger from £600.0

    Trigger finger surgery sees your surgeon making a small incision on the base of your affected fingers(s), and cutting the constricted section of tendon sheath that is causing you pain, stiffness or discomfort. This procedure is beneficial for those who suffer from the hand condition, and should ensure upon easier use of the affected finger(s) in the future.