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since 1999, Linda
Briggs has organised cosmetic surgery and dentistry abroad for thousands of patients.
Read the numerous testimonials on the web
site and media
cosmetic & plastic surgery
has built an excellent reputation over the years for finding the best
and value for money for cosmetic surgery abroad. Also some very good
surgeons for those not wishing to travel abroad for treatment or dentistry
Briggs insists on very high standards
for hospitals, clinics,
surgeons and surgery.
surgeons must speak English.
hospitals and clinics must be clean and virus free
GMC registered surgeons.
for consultations in the UK before having your cosmetic surgery abroad
prices must be value for money.
Read what BAAPS say
and then see how Linda Briggs can help you avoid the poor
options overseas - there are good and bad everywhere
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For residents of the
UK or visitors from abroad/overseas. Linda Briggs has a good range of cosmetic and plastic surgeons, specialists in many
fields. A good range of doctors carrying out injectable treatments
such as Botox and dermal fillers. Also Beauty therapists,
for hair transplant, lasik
eye sight correction.
a lot of options for your cosmetic surgery abroad ranging from day case in
Belgium with exceptional value, right up to the best teaching
clinic in Spain, with an opportunity to over indulge yourself in
some of the wonderful hotels. There is a specialist facial surgeon in Cyprus and
many other excellent professionals in the rest of Europe.
Europe is known for it skills in dentistry. There is an abundance of dentists all over Eastern Europe and Linda Briggs has selected the
best. There are also some very good surgeons both cosmetic/plastic and
orthopeadic. Linda has also found some exceptional cosmetic surgeons and dentists in particular a specialist nose surgeon in
Croatia specialising in Afro Caribbean noses.
Exceptional value surgery can be found abroad in Eastern Europe,
particularly Croatia and Hungary, but great care should be taken when
selecting a surgeon. Linda Briggs has already done the research for
you and has listed the surgeons giving consistently good results for your
overseas cosmetic surgery
the up and coming destination for holidays and cosmetic surgery.
Linda still has some investigations to do, but options will be added here
as soon as they are available.
specialising in mid face lifts.
Aires :: Brazil ::
America is a good location for best value surgery. Nearer to the USA
than the UK, patients from all over the world have good reports about the
Treatments include Cosmetic, Plastic and General
surgery, dentistry, IVF and gastric band and many more medical procedures.
Please ask for more details if you cannot locate the procedure you would like
for cosmetic surgery abroad in
India with GMC registered surgeons
the UK for consultations
by a surgeon who
worked in the NHS and
has now gone to
here to see some
Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: Your enquiry
I never ever look at anyone else's site when browsing around for
surgery, dentist, etc., your site is the best and easiest to follow, and an
enormous amount of work by Linda and her team in sourcing out surgeons' prices,
countries is so beneficial for people when they need to start making
choices. I will be, hopefully, be getting my dentist work done out
advises all patients to follow medical advice given and not to return home
too soon, especially with long haul flights, after cosmetic surgery.
article below, states that some patients who had procedures abroad,
following complications had to receive treatment within the NHS. Whilst we would not say the report is inaccurate, it does over generalise.
It does not name the countries or the clinics/surgeons where these
complications have arisen. Neither does it say if these complications are as a result of patients failing to follow any post
operative medical advice before returning home.
To avoid this
Linda Briggs ensures that all our overseas surgeons, listed here, are
highly qualified and registered with their countries professionals bodies.
The hospitals where these procedures are carried out are also of
the highest standards.
To put all this into perspective, the UK is
not immune from complications following surgery. Linda Briggs has
had many cases of patients she has helped to receive revision surgery
abroad, following poor surgery from within the UK.
More than a few
of Linda Briggs surgeons are also GMC registered and have a licence to
practice in the UK. They can carry out consultations, follow ups
and surgery in the UK. Where Linda Briggs can help you, is by guiding you to the very best options available in the UK and overseas for
your cosmetic surgery. This has only been possible, because of
the research carried out into the surgeons and hospitals, both in the UK
and abroad, over the last 10 years
Mail July 2008. The right to have surgery free in Europe
US study on patients going abroad for surgery by Deloitte
COSMETIC SURGERY BURDENS NHS
The British Association of Plastic,
Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) has said that the rise of
cosmetic surgery tourism is threatening patient safety and is a burden on
In its latest research, BAPRAS found that in 2007, 23% of
its members had to treat NHS patients with complications after cosmetic
In 2007, at least 208 patients were seen by UK
plastic surgeons for complications after overseas cosmetic surgery. Three quarters of those required treatment. The research revealed that of these, 26% of patients had to have emergency surgery. 31% opted to have elective surgery to rectify the problem, 33% had none surgical
treatment as an outpatient and 8% had none surgical treatment as an
BAPRAS, research also found no clear NHS policy on
treatment of these patients for acute complications of their surgery or
for elective revisions of their procedures.
announcement, the Post Office did its own research and found 36% of
medical tourists failed to check that their travel insurance policy covers
them for surgery. A further one in 10 people knew they were not covered but had surgery abroad anyway.
Taken from Aesthetic Medicine