More people than ever are undergoing cosmetic surgery procedures.  But a procedure that is designed to improve a person’s appearance or confidence, can sometimes go wrong. The standard of cosmetic surgery in England is, on the whole, very good. There are occasions, however, when the procedure is not performed to the expected standard or a patient is not adequately warned of the potential risks and they are left with injuries or additional scarring, some of which can be life changing.

Lois Harrison, a Senior Associate in Blythe Liggins’ Medical Negligence Department said: “Any cosmetic surgery should not be taken lightly as there are risks associated with almost every single procedure. When things go wrong, however, this can sometimes be due to more than just a recognised risk and it may be due to poor treatment by the medical professional. When these procedures go wrong, this can be devastating and you should not have to suffer in silence”.

If you have undergone a cosmetic procedure that did not go as planned and wish to consider pursing a medical negligence claim, call us today.

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