Mr Vijh attended the BAAPS annual meeting last week. As a member of BAAPS, he welcomes the addition of a fellowship programme to help young consultants. It is true that training in the NHS sadly lacks the numbers and the variety of procedures to prepare the consultant for private practice. It is something Mr Vijh has spoken about many times.

“Ten years or so ago, it was not uncommon to see breast augmentation, abdominoplasty and even rhinoplasty patients in the NHS for cosmetic purposes. This does not happen anymore. This means consultants are able to operate in private practice without having seen or performed many, if any of these complex procedures. I believe this is why I see so many patients coming to me for revisions.” said Mr Vijh.

It will of course take many years to become proficient for many surgeons. Mr Vijh has performed thousands  of operations to hone his skills and become one of the leading surgeons in the UK. Go to a surgeon who is experienced in the procedure you want. It’s your body, don’t take a chance.

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