Cosmetic surgery

Cosmetic Surgery in Edinburgh, Scotland

We offer a range of procedures in plastic and cosmetic surgery in Edinburgh.

Patients undergoing any procedure with us must understand what is involved and the potential benefits and risks. We will always aim to make sure that you are fully informed and involved in the process of deciding which, if any, treatment is best for you.

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Cosmetic surgery in Edinburgh, Scotland


We offer a range of breast surgery procedures tailored to your needs. Whether you want to enhance your breast size, improve breast symmetry, or reduce sagging and restore a more youthful appearance, we have the experience and facilities to help you achieve your goals. We also offer male breast reduction (gynecomastia) procedures.



Body contouring or body sculpting is a term which encompasses a broad range of procedures designed to tighten, reshape and tone the skin. These procedures include liposuction, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), thigh and arm lifts, and labiaplasty.


FAQ on Cosmetic Surgery in Scotland

Q: What is Cosmetic Surgery?
A: Cosmetic surgery encompasses surgical and non-surgical procedures aimed at enhancing physical appearance. Surgical procedures involve reshaping body structures, while non-surgical options like Botox and dermal fillers also carry risks. For detailed information, visit the BAAPS and Royal College of Surgeons websites.

Q: What Should I Know About the Consultation Process for Cosmetic Surgery?
A: The consultation process is essential for discussing concerns, medical history, and desired outcomes. It is important to consult with the surgeon who will perform your surgery. All aspects of the procedure, including risks, anaesthesia, recovery, and aftercare, should be discussed. For more information, visit the BAAPS Patients page and the Royal College of Surgeons consultation guide.

Q: What are the Key Questions to Ask My Surgeon?
A: Important questions should cover the surgeon’s experience, types of operations they perform, success and complication rates, and qualifications. You should also ask to see before and after photos and inquire about post-operation care, recovery time, and costs. Detailed questions can be found on the BAAPS website and the Royal College of Surgeons checklist.

Q: How Do I Choose a Surgeon and Hospital for Cosmetic Surgery?
A: Choose a qualified surgeon and reputable hospital. Members of BAAPS are peer-reviewed and have essential qualifications listed on the Specialist Register of Plastic Surgeons. For more information, visit BAAPS, the Find a Surgeon page, and the Royal College of Surgeons guidance.

Q: What are Consumer Safety and Professional Standards in Cosmetic Surgery?
A: BAAPS provides guidelines for informed decisions and understanding your surgeon’s credentials. The Royal College of Surgeons sets professional standards for surgeons. These standards and guidelines are available on the BAAPS Consumer Safety Guidelines page.

Q: What are the Risks of Cosmetic Surgery Abroad?
A: BAAPS warns against the risks of seeking cosmetic surgery abroad, including potential complications and lack of follow-up care. Patients often return to the UK, requiring additional treatment. More information is available on the BAAPS press release and the Royal College of Surgeons guide.

Q: What is the Role of General Practitioners in Cosmetic Surgery?
A: Involving your General Practitioner (GP) is recommended as they can provide referrals and ensure your medical history is considered. However, you can consult a BAAPS member directly if necessary.

These FAQs provide a general overview. Consulting directly with a qualified healthcare professional is always best for more specific information tailored to individual needs. Our surgeons have been offering cosmetic surgery in Edinburgh for many years, and we have unparalleled experience in Scotland.

Fantastic results from a breast reduction and abdominoplasty, my life was miserable, I was unable to enjoy the quality of life I wanted.

It affected my confidence, my mental health and I wore shapeless dull clothes (mostly black) Awf and Omar Quaba changed all that last September, surgery went perfectly I recovered in hospital for 2 days getting up within couple hours of surgery, I was kept very comfortable and had no issues with healing. Within 6 weeks I was back to normal and able to rejoin the gym after 3 months. The difference in my life is outstanding, I am now more confident and love shopping for fitted clothes in all colours. I was a size 16/18 and now I’m size 12/14 something I never thought possible. My highlight was wearing a bikini on holiday for the first time aged 53.

Mrs M King
Nov 2023

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