Facial Plastic Surgery

Cosmetic facial surgery in Leicester and Coventry

If you are considering cosmetic facial treatments, seek the advice of a specialist facial surgeon.

Mr Hayter offers advice and treatment on:

  • Aesthetic facial treatments such as Botox.
  • Facial rejuvenation operations including face lifts.
  • Facial reshaping operations like rhinoplasty.
  • The full range of maxillofacial and facial plastic surgery.

Information on all of these facial treatments is provided to help you consider whether the improvement that you are seeking can be achieved.

Hopefully, this website will prove to be informative and interesting. The information contained here should help to give you a good idea of what can be achieved by the various treatments.

However, you will require a consultation to explore your own wishes and provide specific advice on how these can be achieved.

 

About Mr Jonathan Hayter FRCS FDSRCS

Consultant Facial Surgeon

Jonathan Hayter offers a friendly, comprehensive and personal consultation and treatment service in all aspects of facial surgery. His NHS practice specialises in head and neck cancer surgery and facial reconstruction. Privately, he specialises in cosmetic facial plastic surgery treatments and operations.

He graduated from University of Bristol Dental School in 1980 and St Georges Hospital Medical School in 1988. With surgical training in London, Plymouth and Liverpool, he gained postgraduate qualifications in Dental Surgery (FDSRCS) in 1986 and Maxillofacial Surgery (FRCS) in 1992.

Having been appointed Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon at the University Hospitals of Leicester in 1996, he has been Head of Service and Lead Clinician for Head and Neck Cancer Surgery.

With a special interest in aesthetic facial plastic surgery, he has undergone specialist training in the UK, Europe and America. He is a member of the Association of Facial Plastic surgeons, The European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and the American Association of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.

His interests include the Edinburgh Fringe, skiing with his family, learning to play golf and red wine appreciation.

Your facial cosmetic consultation

Although you may be interested in the possibilities of facial cosmetic treatments, the thought of talking to a specialist about your own hopes and aims can be quite daunting. I like to think that I am approachable and most of the people that I see have very understandable concerns about either a facial feature, perhaps the shape of their nose, or the effects of aging on their appearance. Ultimately, the way forward is to come and discuss these concerns and the treatment possibilities.

It can be very helpful to bring a relative or friend to the consultation so that you have someone with whom to discuss my recommendations. However, remember that you will be asked for confidential and personal medical details during the consultation.

Initial consultation: The consultation is the most important part of cosmetic treatment. Firstly, it helps establish your concerns and what you hope to gain from treatment. Secondly, it involves discussion of your medical details and a full facial assessment to allow treatment planning. Finally, it allows a frank and realistic discussion about treatment possibilities.

If the proposed treatment is an out-patient procedure, such as anti-wrinkle injections, then this can be carried out at the initial consultation, if this is convenient for you.

When facial surgery is being considered, medical photographs will be taken for your medical records. A detailed account of the operation with realistic recovery timescales and possible complications will be discussed, backed up by written information. You will be asked to carefully consider the proposed treatment and take time for reflection.

There is an initial consultation charge and this also covers all subsequent out-patient attendances.

Further consultation: If you wish to proceed with an operation, a second consultation is essential to ensure that the treatment will meet your needs and to answer any outstanding questions. Further visits may be required to ensure that we have the appropriate treatment plan for you, before arranging your operation.

I hope that you enjoy browsing through this website. It should provide you with enough information to help focus your thoughts.

 

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