Why is this important?


Surgery of the face is suitable and is indicated for any generally fit and healthy patient who is experiencing loss of skin-elasticity, sagging or drooping in the eyelids, face or neck areas. Such a change in appearance can cause loss of self-esteem and confidence in many people and in some cases can actually contribute to advancing the appearance of ageing.


Tummy Tuck

As with any plastic surgery procedure, the choice to have an abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, is a very personal one. As individuals age, they acquire excess skin. Similarly, women may have loose skin and stretch marks following a pregnancy. In both situations, a tummy tuck can be beneficial. Abdominoplasty may also be used as part of a weight loss program. However, it is not meant to be a quick fix for a protruding abdomen or a cure for obesity. Rather, abdominoplasty is designed for fit and motivated individuals.

What our clients say…


The Beauty Gurus specialise in all aspects of breast surgery from cosmetic breast enlargement (augmentation) through to the more complicated breast reconstructive cases, using advanced techniques to ensure you have the breast size, projection and shape you have always wanted in the safest way possible. Breast enlargement (augmentation) surgery is the most popular choice of cosmetic surgery for UK patients and has helped many women regain their self-esteem and confidence, leading to a better quality of life.



Non-surgical treatments are suitable and are indicated for all patients wanting to counter the unwanted appearance of lines and wrinkles, restore or increase fullness in the cheeks or lips for a more youthful appearance, or deal with skin conditions such as hyper-pigmentation (age spots) acne or other scarring of the face through little to no post-surgery down-time.

Mr Vik Vijh

Consultant Plastic, Cosmetic
 and Reconstructive Surgeon

Our Expertise


Each and everyone of Beauty Gurus’ surgeons are members of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and / or the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS); and are listed on the General Medical Council (GMC) specialist register for plastic surgery with a UK certificate of training (CCT) in plastic surgery and a specialty fellowship in Plastic Surgery FRCS.

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