Cosmetic surgery group Surgicare has opened its latest clinic at 58 Wimpole Street in London.
The flagship clinic was opened on March 3rd and the day was marked with live non-surgical demonstrations, goody bags, expert advice and discounted procedures.
Despite the ongoing economic conditions, Surgicare has experienced a 40 per cent overall increase in patients and hopes that its new clinic, which will be staffed by an experienced team of surgeons, doctors and nurses, will help to meet growing demand for cosmetic surgery.
Chief executive officer Mark Bury said: "Cosmetic surgery is becoming more and more popular and this increase in demand is mirrored by the need to increase our spread of clinics in the UK.
"We've got a busy schedule of new clinic openings planned for 2009, London being one of the first."
Surgicare is proud of the reputation it has built during its 16 years of experience in cosmetic surgery.
As well as cosmetic surgery, non-surgical treatments and chemical peels, patients can also have weight loss surgery and general surgical procedures for varicose veins, thread veins and hernias.