Since the government introduced the lockdown there have been reports of cosmetic surgery practitioners have been breaching lockdown rules in order to visit their clients’ homes to give them dermal fillers and Botox injections.
There are currently no rules in the UK about who can carry out the injections or what training they should have.
Experts have warned that unqualified beauticians would be unable to cope if a complication, such as an infection, arose from unsupervised home procedure.
There has been a huge rise in people, mainly twenty-somethings, having cosmetic surgery. The increase has been attributed to people wanting the perfect selfie for their social media profiles and people wanting to emulate celebrities. One example is Kylie Jenner of the Kardashian clan who has over 190 million followers on Instagram. She initially insisted that her large pout was all down to good make-up, however, she then admitted to having had lip fillers.
Our Medical Negligence Department has successfully helped clients who have suffered from negligent cosmetic surgery and have successfully secured thousands of pounds for them.
Suffering negligence at the hands of a medical professional or cosmetic practitioner can have serious implications on you and your livelihood. Our Medical Negligence solicitors will quickly and efficiently put your case together and act on your behalf. Call Vijay Srivastava or Shalish Mehta in injury department on 0161 624 6811(Option 6) or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We can advise you on the appropriate course of action and assist with any legal documents or proceedings that may occur.
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