The West London Clinic, a cosmetic surgery clinic established in 2005, has been experiencing 'healthy demand' for its services, its founders have revealed.
The clinic was London's first purpose-built cosmetic surgery clinic and was set up by Surindar and Nick Dhandsa following the sale of their nursing home chain to Bupa.
According to managing director Surindar, the brothers were approached by cosmetic surgeon Dai Davies, who wanted to build a clinic that offered the full package - from the consultation stage right through to after-care.
Since opening its doors, the West London Clinic has treated more than 2,000 people and Surindar revealed: "There's a very healthy demand for plastic surgery - particularly at the high-end. We're very specialised and exclusive."
The MD told the Real Business website: "We want to create the perfect model clinic, so we can roll that out and create a brand that becomes established as the place to go for an up-end procedure where you'll be handled very professionally."
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