The medical director for the NHS in England spoke to Daybreak about the findings of an official review into cosmetic procedures.
One of the suggestions included on the report was an insurance scheme which looks after patients when cosmetic surgery goes wrong.
Sir Bruce Keogh said: "We want to get to a place where the industry thrives but people are safe."
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