Mr. Nick Percival is recognised as one of the leading cosmetic and plastic surgeons in the UK. He is senior partner at the acclaimed Cosmetic Surgery Partners based in London and has been a senior plastic surgery consultant at Charring Cross Hospital. A phenomenal asset and mentor to the Aesthetic Skin Clinic team his 25 years experience in reconstructive surgery has helped introduce modern and revolutionary face-lifting methods to the Channel Islands.

Being one of the first surgeons in the world to employ the minimal access cranial suspension (MACS) face-lifting technique, Mr. Nick Percival is an internationally-acclaimed expert in facial rejuvenation, and in addition to his practice in aesthetic medicine, he lectures globally. Following his medical degree at UCL, Mr. Percival was a post-graduate lecturer at Stanford University, a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and a member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, BAAPS.

He has not only been voted as one of the top 15 cosmetic surgeons by the prestigious Tatler magazine, but also won the award for ‘Best Aesthetic Clinic in South England and Wales’ at the My Face, My Body Awards in 2015.

As co-founder of the Institute of Cosmetic and Re-constructive Surgery, which trains young surgeons in advanced cosmetic procedures, Mr. Nick Percival is leading the way in reconstructive surgery. He carries out a wide range of cosmetic surgeries, including, but not exclusive to, breast augmentation, body contouring, rhinoplasty and facial rejuvenation. He provides computerised simulations for rhinoplasty patients, which makes it possible to see potential results before surgery. He also specialises in day case Breast Augmentations, meaning surgery can be performed in the morning and patients are free to leave hospital on the same day. He focuses heavily on finding new, less-invasive techniques for his procedures where possible, which allows patients to have a smaller recovery time with exactly the same results.

He teaches cosmetic surgery techniques to trainees at the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is frequently quoted in the press on cosmetic surgery issues. He lectures both in the UK and abroad, and has spoken at the prestigious Oxford Union about his work.