Members of BAPRAS

BAPRAS refers to the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons. As an organisation, BAPRAS pride themselves on providing accurate patient information, enabling the public to make the best choices when it comes to their health and cosmetic surgery.

BAPRAS also offers medical professionals information, updates on essential research, and training and help to shape industry guidelines.

As members of BAPRAS, Coppergate Clinic’s team of plastic surgeons are each registered on the Specialist Register of Plastic Surgery of the GMC as a plastic surgeon and hold a Certificate of Completion of Training or CESR in Plastic Surgery in the UK. Each surgeon has also each held or currently holds a “substantive post” within the NHS, or have been a provisional BAAPS member for at least two years.

Book Consultation

News & PR

The latest from Coppergate Clinic

View All Articles

Read Article
‘Baby Botox’ – your ultimate guide

Over the past couple of years, there has been a growing buzz around the term ‘baby Botox,’ which is also referred to as ‘preventative Botox,’ and ‘micro-Botox.’ On Instagram 115K posts feature the hashtag ‘baby Botox,’ whilst on TikTok 195.7M videos are thought to be related to this procedure. So, what is it, and how is it different from regular Botox?

Read Article

Read Article
Recovering from blepharoplasty surgery: What to expect

Whilst the cause of heavy eyelid skin can not be treated, blepharoplasty (or eyelid surgery) offers an excellent solution to the symptoms caused by this excess skin. So, what does the surgery entail? What is the recovery time? And what results can you realistically expect?

Read Article