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BREAST ASYMMETRY

Wed 19 June 2019

The media is full of plastic surgery stories, from speculation about who has and who may have, to photos of eye-popping extremes. Some life-changing cases won't be splashed all over social media: patients who need more complex and subtle surgery. Here a patient talks about her experience to correct asymmetry under the care of Miss Victoria Rose:

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MY RECENT RHINOPLASTY SURGERY

Wed 12 June 2019

Every patient and their journey is unique and here at DRG Plastic Surgery the whole team works their hardest to help make surgery the best possible experience for each patient. it's important the patient knows what to expect and is well prepared before surgery, as well as receiving expert support and follow up care post operatively. One patient writes following Rhinoplasty surgery under Mr Gateley' care:

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WHAT'S THE SURGEON LIKE?

Wed 5 June 2019

You can Google your surgeon, check up on their credentials, find out where they trained and what their specialties are, and even see their photo. But what you really want to know is what they’re like as a person. Are they friendly, down to earth and on the same wavelength? Will they give you time and answer the questions that are on your mind, even if they seem a bit trivial? One of our patients writes about Miss Rose and gives you a good answer to that all important question: ‘what’s she like?’

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HAND INJURY

Wed 5 June 2019

If an injured patient rings us, we move very quickly. Most likely they’ve been seen in A&E and would like reassurance or expert advice on what next. In the heat of the moment, in pain and distress, they were patched up and now, in the cold light of day, they may have a few questions.

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