Cosmetic surgery abroad often costs less than in the UK but make sure you weigh any potential savings against potential risks. Both BAAPS (The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)and BAPRAS (The British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and AestheticSurgeons) have voiced concerns about patients experiencing problems following cosmetic surgery procedures abroad. View this link for information,advice and links to external websites.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons(BAAPS)
The BAAPS is based at the RoyalCollege of Surgeons and has been advancing Aesthetic Surgery since 1982. The BAAPS was established for the advancement of education in, and the practice of Aesthetic Surgery for public benefit.
The British Association of Plastic, Reconstructiveand Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
As the voice of plastic surgery in the UK, we aim toraise awareness of the breadth of plastic surgery, to promote innovation inteaching, learning and research and to increase overall understanding of theprofession. This website is a resource for plastic surgeons, other medical andhealth professionals, the general public, media, researchers and anyone whowould like to know more about plastic surgery. It contains: specialist information for consultants and surgeons in training; details on educational courses, international meetings and events; the latest plastic surgery news and research; and general patient information for anyone wanting to find out more about plastic surgery.
Antonia Mariconda founded a social media campaign called #SafetyInBeauty it is intended to expose unsafe beauty practices, with a view to keeping the public informed as well as raising awareness of possible risks and complications. Antonia carries out campaign work on a voluntary basis together with an incredibly support network of legal, medical, psychological and aesthetic industry professionals.