The New Online Home of Cosmetic Surgery

This month sees the launch of one of the most comprehensive Cosmetic Surgery initiatives developed in the UK. CosmeticHealth.net is a website set to bring about a revolutionary way in which patients learn, interact and ultimately select the cosmetic treatment that's right for them.

With the innovative use of the latest online Web 2.0 technology, CosmeticHealth.net aims to bridge the gap between the Cosmetic industry and the public.

Coupled with independent advice on various cosmetic treatments, Cosmetichealth.net also provides the UK’s largest directory of Cosmetic clinics, and one that continues to grow as it gains popularity. However the makers of the site, Cosmetic Health Ltd, didn’t stop there. The website acts as a unique platform from which people can also read and write reviews of cosmetic clinics, hospitals and procedures. Thus, offering a new and invaluable resource for anyone considering cosmetic surgery.

Website curator and director of Cosmetic Health Ltd, Paul Singh explains “The demand for cosmetic surgery in the UK has increased dramatically over the last few years and is still growing at a phenomenal rate. We felt there was a real need for people to have easy access to independent advice and information, and who better to learn from than actual patients who had undergone the procedures themselves.”

The website has already generated much interest, and with Cosmetic surgery news, procedure articles, events calendar, patient reviews and more, it’s easy to see why.

“Any form of cosmetic enhancement needs careful consideration and is often an important decision that requires a significant investment, be it physical, financial or emotional. People are often anxious about undergoing cosmetic surgery. So we felt it was very important that they have access to everything they need to make an informed decision. We aim to do all we can to address their concerns and de-risk their investment.”

Each clinic in the website’s extensive directory is allocated an individual profile page from which users are able to review the clinic and give a star-rating. Clinics are being invited to contact the website creators in order to provide more information to populate their individual profile page. This currently free service allows clinics to advertise their treatments to ensure that potential patients can see what each clinic has to offer.

For more information and to provide details of a clinic, contact advice@cosmetichealth.net.

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