Introducing the Breast Surgery Specialist

Gerard Lambe
Mr Gerard Lambe MB ChB MRCS MD FRCS (Plast)
Photo courtesy of Collette Walsh Media

Here’s a copy of our ad which appeared recently in the David Lloyd magazine which goes out to fitness fanatics nationally.

Introducing Cosmetic Surgeon Mr Gerard Lambe who you may have seen on BBC Breakfast TV as Spokesperson for BAAPS (The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons).

He has also appeared on The Real Housewives of Cheshire TV show, where he gave a breast surgery consultation with doyenne Dawn Ward and her daughters Darby and Taylor Ward. He then operated on Darby Ward and her grand reveal was aired on the show!
The episode also showcased the Crisalix 3D Virtual Reality Breast Surgery software (#BoobGoggles!) where you can see yourself in virtual reality but with different sized implants and in different clothes from bikinis to ball gowns. This really helps patients choose the right sized breast implants for them as they can see “their breasts” in Virtual Reality from all angles (including their cleavage) and they can be more confident when choosing the right size and shape of breast implants, cutting down the guess work of what size they should have so they can ultimately get “the look” they like.

How long have you been a Cosmetic Surgeon?

I began my medical training in Liverpool Medical School in 1992 and have trained all over the North West including Chester, Liverpool, Preston, Manchester and Warrington. To fine tune my surgical skills I have also trained internationally in Australia, Paris, Poland, Singapore, Taiwan and New Zealand.

What do you specialise in?

Having two girls and a lot of females in my family and at the hospital, I have a lot of empathy for women and specialise in breast surgery, including breast enlargements, breast reductions and breast uplifts. I also do Mummy Makeovers (a mix of a tummy tuck, liposuction and breast surgery) with the aim of giving a Mother her body back after the rigours of pregnancy, childbirth and breast feeding, I also perform a host of other female surgeries.

Patient after breast implant surgery
Photo courtesy of Matt Pover

Why do most women have cosmetic surgery?
Most of the patients who come to see me would like to improve on what nature has given them so perhaps increasing their breast size or moving fat from one area of their body to another to give them an hourglass figure.
Other patients would like to turn back the clock and look like they did when they were younger perhaps with a bit of botox or fillers or with a mini or mid-facelift so that they can look as young as they feel inside. Thankfully these minor procedures can be carried out with low risk and minimal downtime in qualified and capable hands.

What advice would you give to a potential patient?
A lot of ladies have already spent a lot of time thinking about how unhappy they are about a particular part of their body before they come and see me. I always advise them to take their time and do their research thoroughly online before coming to see me. They are then equipped with the right information to ask me any personal questions that are specific to them.
I hope to put them at ease and give them all the facts and information they need before they go ahead with any cosmetic surgery they choose to have.

Confidence
I would always advise a healthy lifestyle of a balanced diet and exercise which I am sure your health conscious customers lead, however, there are some parts of the body that need extra help in specific areas and that is where I come in. In my experience, surgery can really help women increase their body confidence whether at the gym or on holiday, and increase their overall self confidence so that they can achieve their full potential in life.

Where are you based?
We are based in both Spire Cheshire and Spire Manchester hospitals in the North West but our patients in the UK come from Aberdeen to Brighton and also internationally including Kuwait, Singapore and the States.

How can I get in touch?
Our Clinic Manager Jayne is happy to have a chat on 0161 393 3993 in office hours but you can also take a look at our website https://www.Reflectclinic.co.uk/contact and complete our contact form at a time to suit you.

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