How can I pay for my cosmetic treatment?

Once you have decided on your procedure – whether surgical or non-surgical – you’re sure to want to know much your treatment will cost. Here at the clinic, we’re firm believers that one size does not fit all. Everyone’s expectations and outcomes are different, so a consultation at the clinic is the ideal way to discuss your individual needs.

We provide the highest standard of care – before, during and after your surgery or non-surgical procedure. We do not aim to be the cheapest provider. The price of your individual procedure will depend on a number of factors, not least the skill and experience of your surgeon.

One of the UK’s most respected cosmetic surgeons, Mr Karidis celebrates 20 years in practice this year. During your consultation, Mr Karidis will:

  • Determine the desired outcome of your procedure
  • Assess your anatomy
  • Assess your medical state
  • Interpret what would look best on you as an individual
  • Discuss any expected side effects and recovery time

Our surgical fees

Whilst we’d always encourage you to book a consultation to discuss your individual expectations and desired outcome of your procedure, our fees are available with a guide price, so you have an idea of what you can expect to have to budget for.

To receive a guide to our surgical fees, please call us on 0207 432 8728, or email us.

Our non-surgical fees

While the exact number of treatments will determine the price of your procedure, click here to see our non-surgical treatments.

What happens after my consultation?

Following your consultation with Mr Karidis, we will provide you with an expected fee for your surgery. This will include a detailed quote of the procedure, plus the fees involved, such as:

  1. Surgeon fees
  2. Hospital fees
  3. Anaesthetic fees
  4. Any implants/devices required
  5. Post-operative care
  6. Any additional fees incurred, such as blood tests or lab tests

There are no hidden costs in the quote and the cost of your consultation is redeemable against the cost of your surgery.