Well-known British cosmetic surgeons' association is working on getting insurance for its members' patients to take care of righting procedures such as breast enhancements which can go wrong.
The report published in April, led by National Health Service medical director Bruce Keogh and commissioned by the government, has pressed for stricter regulation and protecting patients with insurance.
AdvertisementThe popularity of Cosmetic treatments continues to be on the rise and insurance cover is much needed to take care of any complications.
"No procedure is risk-free and (the policy) covers all common complications, so people undergoing surgery with BAAPS members can enjoy peace of mind that they will be looked after, in the unlikely event of any problems," said consultant plastic surgeon and BAAPS President Rajiv Grover.
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