Cosmetic Surgery in Manchester
If you are considering cosmetic surgery it is important to ensure that you receive the best treatment and advice available to be safe and receive the results you expect.
Deciding upon any kind of cosmetic surgery is a big decision to make so it helps to have the support of a dedicated hospital team to help you decide what is right for you.
Oaklands Hospital in Salford, Manchester is part of Ramsay Health Care. As part of a network of private hospitals, Oaklands Hospital is dedicated to providing a personal, friendly and professional cosmetic surgery service, supported by the safety of a hospital environment that treats thousands of patients safely each year across a full range of surgical specialities.
Cosmetic Surgery Available at Oaklands Hospital
- Breast Surgery: Augmentation, Reduction, Uplift
- Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
- Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)
- Eye Lid Surgery (Blephoraplasty)
- Face Lift Surgery/Brow Lift
- Ear Correction
- Scar Revision
- Male Surgery (gynaecomastia: male breast surgery)
- Female Surgery: Vaginaplasty, Labioplasty
Our Complimentary 'Meet the Surgeon' Evenings
If you are considering cosmetic surgery but don't know where to start, you can come and meet a surgeon for a complementary one-to-one chat about the procedure you are considering. There is no obligation to commit and your meeting is discreet and completely confidential.
You can book online here or call our private patient enquiry line on 0160 7873492.
You can also send us an enquiry by completing the 'Get in Touch' form on the right.
At Oaklands Hospital all of our cosmetic surgery patients receive consultant-led care from highly regarded, fully qualified Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. This means that as part of our commitment to ensuring that our patients receive the best care available you will be seen by the same consultant at every stage of your treatment - at first consultation right through to treatment and followup appointments.
All of our consultants hold or have held posts in the NHS as well as private practice and the fact that they are qualified as Plastic Surgeons rather than Cosmetic Surgeons means that they have undergone intensive training in their speciality.