The Aesthetic Surgeons Ltd are experienced consultants in plastic and reconstructive surgery, practising privately from South Kensington consulting rooms, undertaking all aspects of cosmetic surgery, in addition to reconstructive and craniofacial surgery.
The practice at Second Floor, 13 Crescent Place has a well established, dedicated team with a long tradition of providing excellent patient care. Offering the highest standards of advice, treatment and service, every member of the team is committed to making your care at the clinic a fully satisfying experience.
The practice has a dedicated aesthetic surgery team, including a highly experienced Plastic Surgery Nurse, Sister Margaret Hopkins. She is closely involved in the pre-, peri- and post-operative care of all of our surgical patients from initial consultation through to discharge. The administrative and secretarial team, Karen Burns and Jacinta Barry, provide efficient, personal attention for every individual, making all patients feel welcome and comfortable.
Mr Waterhouse operates at the Wellington and KEVII and several other London hospitals, all with superb infrastructure and facilities to deal with all forms of surgical care. The theatre teams at the facilities are highly experienced in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
Injectable treatments such as botulinum toxin and fillers are usually delivered in the consulting rooms as an outpatient.
The Practice is situated in the heart of South Kensington, close to the famous Bibendum building and a short walk from South Kensington Underground station. The practice is a bespoke aesthetic surgery clinic, fitted with state-of-the-art equipment. We look forward to welcoming you.
The reception at the Second Floor, 13 Crescent Place
State of the art facilities
The foyer at the Second Floor
South Kensington Underground station
The area close to Crescent Place
13 Crescent Place
The famous Michelin Bibendum building
Within easy reach of many popular destinations for entertainment, transport and shopping
The historic facade of South Kensington Underground station