General Medical Council (GMC)
The GMC provide services to both the Doctors and Patients.
The GMC helps Doctors maintain a good standard of practice and care for their patients. They regulate and provide certificate of good standards to members ensuring the Patient recieve the best standards of care available.
The GMC also helps patients by ensuring proper standards in medicine are kept.
Cosmetic Surgery Certificate
Cosmetic surgery certificate
Cosmetic Surgery Certifcate
Cosmetic Surgery certification April 2021
British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (BAPRAS)
The Association was founded in 1946 as the British Association of Plastic Surgeons with the objects of relieving sickness and protecting and preserving Public Health by the promotion and development of Plastic Surgery. The aim of the Association is to advance education in all aspects of Plastic Surgery.
The Association holds scientific meetings, runs training courses, awards scholarships and grants and owns the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (JPRAS) – formerly British Journal of Plastic Surgery.
British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (BAAPS)
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons was established for the advancement of education in, and the practice of, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery for public benefit.
Visitors to their website can search for a plastic surgeons and read more about plastic surgery.
British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH)
BSSH is the information and education body for Hand Surgery in the UK. They strive to improve the care of patients who suffer from hand injuries and hand disorders through education and research, and by promoting and directing the development of Hand Surgery.
British Medical Association
The British Medical Association – the professional association for doctors
With over 139,000 members, representing practising doctors in the UK and overseas and medical students, the BMA is the voice of the profession and students
Safer Cosmetic Surgery
Safer cosmetic surgery is possible by choosing an accredited and experienced surgeon. Members of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), and the British Association of Aesthetic Surgeons (BAAPS) have completed the requirements to achieve the FRCS(Plas) qualification and will have trained for up to 15 years after leaving medical school. Here at Safer Cosmetic Surgery we have a search facility helping you find your closest BAAPS and/or BAPRAS registered surgeon. These surgeons are amongst the UK’s leading and award-winning surgeons. By providing detailed and accurate information and surgeons, our aim is to make cosmetic surgery safer.