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At Better Body Surgery, we strive to give you the body you’ve always dreamed of!

When looking for UK Cosmetic Surgery, we understand that the decision to surgically alter your body is not something to be taken lightly and will have come with a great deal of thought and preparation that could have taken many years before you reached this decision. So why should it be any different from us? An incredible level of care and attention to detail is the least that you deserve from us and our team aim for perfection with every individual surgery that is performed.

Year after year, we perform cosmetic surgery for men and cosmetic surgery for women for clients all over the UK to feel differently and much better about the skin that they are in. Your journey with Better Body Cosmetic Surgery is built on a relationship of trust and care from your initial consultation, all the way through to the team of surgeons and practitioners who pride themselves on being some of the best in this industry.

No two bodies are the same, so why should we provide you with a “one size fits all” approach to your body? With every individual procedure and surgery being priced for your exact needs, we’ll work hand in hand in with you at every step to create a personal treatment plan, get started with your free consultation!

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We strive to give you the body you’ve always dreamt of having!

When deciding to have UK Cosmetic Surgery we understand that the decision to surgically alter your body is not something to be taken lightly and will have come with a great deal of thought and preparation that could have taken many years before you reached this decision. So why should it be any different from us? An incredible level of care and attention to detail is the least that you deserve from us and our team aim for perfection with every individual surgery that is performed.

Year after year, we help men and women from all over the country to feel differently and much better about the skin that they are in. Your journey with Better Body Cosmetic Surgery is built on a relationship of trust and care from your initial consultation, all the way through to the team of cosmetic surgeons and practitioners who pride themselves on being some of the best in this industry.

No two bodies are the same when it comes to surgical procedures, so why should we provide you with a “one size fits all” approach to your body? With every individual procedure and surgery being priced for your exact needs, we’ll work hand in hand in with you at every step to create a personal treatment plan, starting with your free consultation!

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Frequently Asked Questions

On a day-to-day basis, we are asked hundreds of questions relating to UK Cosmetic Surgery, ranging from simple questions regarding plastic surgery treatments that we offer to questions that are much more advanced. Some of the questions that we are asked most frequently are;

This one is a little more difficult to answer as it varies depending on the job and the recovery of the individual patient. For example, working in an office environment is typically much less strenuous than working within a factory and in this case you would probably be able to go back to work much earlier, though we do recommend taking a break from work for at least 2 or 3 weeks following the surgery.

Usually during liposuction surgeries, the maximum amount of fat that can be removed is around three or four litres. If you require more than this to be removed, then we recommend booking in for multiple liposuction surgeries to achieve the best results.

It’s incredibly common for women to have one breast larger than the other, however in extreme cases this can be a noticeable difference. In these cases, it’s possible to create a more even appearance with a breast reduction surgery being used to reduce the size of the larger breast.

Not necessarily, this is dependent entirely on the individual surgery that is being performed and how much tissue is being removed. If a large amount of tissue is to be removed and the nipple would appear to be out of place following the surgery, the nipple can then be repositioned into the optimum location on the breast to maintain a natural appearance.

There are two kinds of breast implants that are considered safe and these are saline and silicone implants. The type of implant to be used is entirely dependent on your ideal goals, but both saline and silicone based implants are safe for augmentation or reconstruction.

Everybody can opt for a rhinoplasty surgery and for those with glasses, we advise taping them to your forehead instead of resting them on the bridge of your nose for a few weeks following your surgery to avoid putting any unnecessary pressure on the bridge of the nose.

As with all our surgical procedures, as long as you take care of yourself following the surgery then it will provide permanent results.

In short, the answer is yes. A lot of people confuse a tummy tuck surgery with liposuction or a gastric bypass and isn’t a treatment designed to help you lose weight. In fact, a tummy tuck surgery is performed to help you get rid of any excess skin and fatty deposits following weight loss.

A chest reduction surgery, as with any other form of surgery, carries a certain degree of risk with it, however it is a safe treatment to undertake. The risks associated with a chest reduction surgery include infection, bleeding and scarring, although your surgeon will take every precaution to minimise scarring and the risk of infection is heavily reduced if you follow the correct aftercare procedures.

In short, no, breast implants do not last forever. In fact, they’re likely to need to be replaced anywhere between 10 – 20 years after they have been implanted and it’s simply the natural wear and tear that occurs over time that cause them to need to be removed or replaced after this period.

Liposuction is not considered to be used a method of treating obesity, although it may be recommended alongside some form of abdominoplasty surgery to help someone with obesity before they start a diet and exercise regime to be able to lose weight and see lifechanging results.

It’s a little more difficult to say for definite yes or no with a re-augmentation surgery as there could be some form of existing problem from a previous breast enlargement. However, most women will still be able to breastfeed if they choose following a breast implant surgery as it doesn’t actually involve the milk ducts or the areas of the breast involved in milk production. There are some things during surgery such as the type of incision used and whether or not the implant is consider over or under the muscle, but this can be discussed with your surgeon prior to your surgery if you are planning on breastfeeding to ensure that you are still able to.

If your sinus issues are in relation to allergies then rhinoplasty will not be able to help, but due to the fact the surgery changes the shape of your nose it is possible that it can help you to breathe easier (depending on the surgery you have opted for).

It won’t, although it will lift the forehead and pull skin up, it doesn’t affect the eyelid skin at all.

Frequently Asked Questions

On a day-to-day basis, we are asked hundreds of questions relating to UK Cosmetic Surgery, ranging from simple questions regarding the treatments that we offer to questions that are much more advanced. Some of the questions that we are asked most frequently are;

In short, the answer is yes. A lot of people confuse a tummy tuck surgery with liposuction or a gastric bypass and isn’t a treatment designed to help you lose weight. In fact, a tummy tuck surgery is performed to help you get rid of any excess skin and fatty deposits following weight loss.

This one is a little more difficult to answer as it varies depending on the job and the recovery of the individual patient. For example, working in an office environment is typically much less strenuous than working within a factory and in this case you would probably be able to go back to work much earlier, though we do recommend taking a break from work for at least 2 or 3 weeks following the surgery.

A chest reduction surgery, as with any other form of surgery, carries a certain degree of risk with it, however it is a safe treatment to undertake. The risks associated with a chest reduction surgery include infection, bleeding and scarring, although your surgeon will take every precaution to minimise scarring and the risk of infection is heavily reduced if you follow the correct aftercare procedures.

In short, no, breast implants do not last forever. In fact, they’re likely to need to be replaced anywhere between 10 – 20 years after they have been implanted and it’s simply the natural wear and tear that occurs over time that cause them to need to be removed or replaced after this period.

Liposuction is not considered to be used a method of treating obesity, although it may be recommended alongside some form of abdominoplasty surgery to help someone with obesity before they start a diet and exercise regime to be able to lose weight and see lifechanging results.

Usually during liposuction surgeries, the maximum amount of fat that can be removed is around three or four litres. If you require more than this to be removed, then we recommend booking in for multiple liposuction surgeries to achieve the best results.

It’s incredibly common for women to have one breast larger than the other, however in extreme cases this can be a noticeable difference. In these cases, it’s possible to create a more even appearance with a breast reduction surgery being used to reduce the size of the larger breast.

Not necessarily, this is dependent entirely on the individual surgery that is being performed and how much tissue is being removed. If a large amount of tissue is to be removed and the nipple would appear to be out of place following the surgery, the nipple can then be repositioned into the optimum location on the breast to maintain a natural appearance.

There are two kinds of breast implants that are considered safe and these are saline and silicone implants. The type of implant to be used is entirely dependent on your ideal goals, but both saline and silicone based implants are safe for augmentation or reconstruction.

It’s a little more difficult to say for definite yes or no with a re-augmentation surgery as there could be some form of existing problem from a previous breast enlargement. However, most women will still be able to breastfeed if they choose following a breast implant surgery as it doesn’t actually involve the milk ducts or the areas of the breast involved in milk production. There are some things during surgery such as the type of incision used and whether or not the implant is consider over or under the muscle, but this can be discussed with your surgeon prior to your surgery if you are planning on breastfeeding to ensure that you are still able to.

If your sinus issues are in relation to allergies then rhinoplasty will not be able to help, but due to the fact the surgery changes the shape of your nose it is possible that it can help you to breathe easier (depending on the surgery you have opted for).

Everybody can opt for a rhinoplasty surgery and for those with glasses, we advise taping them to your forehead instead of resting them on the bridge of your nose for a few weeks following your surgery to avoid putting any unnecessary pressure on the bridge of the nose.

It won’t, although it will lift the forehead and pull skin up, it doesn’t affect the eyelid skin at all.

As with all our surgical procedures, as long as you take care of yourself following the surgery then it will provide permanent results.

Pricing & finance options

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The cost of our UK Cosmetic Surgery is individually priced to the unique requirements of each individual patient.
To give an idea on how much our cosmetic surgery could cost here are some common prices:

Liposuction from £2300
Breast Augmentation from £3495
Gynecomastia from £2995
Breast Implant Replacement from £3995

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Pricing & finance options

The cost of our UK Cosmetic Surgery is individually priced to the unique requirements of each individual patient, though if you would prefer to spread the cost of your surgery we offer a range of different finance options that can help you to spread the cost of your surgery.

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The minimum age for any consultation or surgical procedure is 18. Certain things, such as becoming pregnant before the surgery, will stop you from being able to proceed forwards from the consultation phase. This will be discussed during your initial consultation.

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Book your FREE consultation today!


The minimum age for any consultation or surgical procedure is 18. Certain things, such as becoming pregnant before the surgery, will stop you from being able to proceed forwards from the consultation phase. This will be discussed during your initial consultation.

* Indicates a required field