London (PRWEB UK) 16 August 2012
Today, the Cadogan Clinic, London’s most exclusive cosmetic surgery clinic, announced that it welcomed the decision of the UK Department of Health (DOH) to launch a major review of cosmetic surgery procedures and sales techniques. The review, which will be led by Sir Bruce Keogh, the medical director of the National Health Service (NHS), invites people to express their views and share their experiences of the cosmetic surgery industry and cosmetic procedures, as announced on the DOH website.
The Times reported yesterday that the interview was set up by Andrew Lansley, the Health Secretary, and was prompted by the recent crisis over substandard PIP implants. About 40,000 British women had implants made by the French manufacturer, which used illegal industrial silicone. In an interview with The Times, Sir Bruce, a heart surgeon himself, noted that he was likely to recommend tighter rules in several key areas of cosmetic surgery such as making it routine practice for surgeons to register all devices such as breast implants, and the introduction of a requirement for clinics to join a scheme which will offer patients protection if their medical facility goes into insolvency or ceases to operate for any other reason. The rules in question may also include minimum training requirements for surgeons carrying out all cosmetic procedures and psychological screening to ensure that people are not seeking to solve mental health issues through surgery.
“We welcome and support the Department of Health’s efforts”, states Mr Bryan Mayou, founder of the Cadogan Clinic. “Due to our concern over their quality we have never allowed the use of PIP implants at The Cadogan Clinic.”
The Cadogan Clinic has a choice of close to forty consultants including dermatologists, plastic surgeons and vascular surgeons. The Cadogan Clinic, which is a centre of excellence for liposuction, breast augmentation and general cosmetic surgery, is proud to have the likes of consultants such as Mr Bryan Mayou, a pioneer in liposuction, Mr Patrick Mallucci, one of the UK’s leading breast surgeons, and Mr Nick Parkhouse, who is a specialist in labiaplasty and correcting poor surgery results. “As a clinic, our policy has always been to only allow consultants who are approved by our medical advisory committee ensuring they have the best qualification,” points out Mr Mayou. “In addition, all patients must have a face to face consultation with the surgeon prior to be treated”, he adds.
The Cadogan Clinic, as a leading cosmetic surgery clinic, puts an emphasis on patient safety and comfort, and has always been committed to providing patients with the best aesthetic results without compromising their health. The Cadogan Clinic therefore employs only the most qualified of professionals, the most advanced of techniques and products of the highest quality.
The Cadogan Clinic encourages patients to participate in the DOH review by sharing their cosmetic treatment views and experiences.
About the Cadogan Clinic
The Cadogan Clinic provides world class private healthcare in the heart of London. All healthcare professionals working at the clinic are leading specialists in their respective fields and have been handpicked by the clinic’s Medical Advisory Committee. The clinic prides itself in employing the most innovative methods and technologies available in order to deliver the best procedure results to its patients. The Cadogan Clinic has simplified admission and discharge procedures allowing patients to leave the clinic as soon as they are ready so that they are able to recover from the respective treatment in the comfort of their own home.