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Cosmetic Surgery Compensation

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Face Peel Compensation

If you’ve been left in pain or scarred after a face peel, then you maybe eligible to make a claim for compensation against the clinic, spa or therapist who carried out the treatment. Speak to one of our solicitors today about a no-obligation, No Win No Fee Claim for compensation. Call 0800 122 3130 or start a claim online

Skin Peels are a process of chemical exfoliation where dead skin cells are removed to give benefits such as reducing the signs of ageing, treating acne, reducing sun damage as well as other pigmentation problems. Superficial skin peels can be carried out by beauticians if they have been trained up properly, however a deep phenol peel can only be administered by an experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon. If you have a deep phenol peels, you will need to take a few weeks to recover as this will have a significant impact on your skin. If you have a superficial skin peel then you will not need any recovery time. With deep phenol peels, there is a risk of scarring, but this should heal if you follow the practitioner’s advice.


How much do Skin Peels cost?

Skin Peels can cost up to £1,000. Most people will be eligible for superficial peels unless there is a history of bad scarring or any issues with pigmentation. It is important to see an experienced practitioner if you have dark skin as the peels can cause skin bleaching. If you are opting for a deep phenol peel, you must undergo a thorough assessment beforehand. This includes assessment of the heart, kidney and liver function.
People opt for a cosmetic surgery procedure for all sorts of different reasons. We generally have high expectations of the final results we’d get, especially given the way that many surgeons market themselves. When clients attend these clinics, they sometimes look more like 5 star hotels instead of a hospital giving them the false impression that they’d receive high-quality care from their surgeon or specialist. Often clients can pay extra to stay and recover in the clinics or perhaps in close by resorts increasing the cost of their care and adding to the financial loss of their botched surgery or negligent care. Regrettably things might not always go how you expected they would and should you find yourself in such a situation then Mercury Legal Online can help. Complete our call back form and one of our expert experts will be able to contact you and support you with a claim for compensation. As many botched procedures require corrective surgery, this compensation will help with the cost of putting it right. Prior to undertaking any cosmetic procedure, you must understand the dangers and risks involved. Mercury Legal Online are commited to providing everything you need, guiding you through the maze of information so you can make an informed decision about your procedure.

What Happens Next?

We are able to help you in dealing with complaints, seeking answers or making a claim on your behalf. We have a specialist team working with cosmetic surgery treatments which have gone wrong or fallen below the standard you’d expect, all types of breast implants surgical procedures (including PIPs),tummy/stomach tucks, liposuction and rhinoplasty procedures to list just a few. Whatever your concern, we will help you and guide you through the claims process. Complete our claim form and we can start your claim today.

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Claiming For Your Cosmetic Surgery

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If you are unsure if you have a claim for your cosmetic surgery or procedure, then call our clinical negligence team for free, no obligation advice on making a claim. They will ask you some simple questions about your surgery and talk to you with what’s happened and can tell you if you have a claim or not. Call 24/7 0800 122 3130.

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