We are delighted to say that we have made plans to re-open Purity Bridge on 1st June to start seeing patients following our closure of the clinic since mid-March.
However, as we are sure you will appreciate, we have taken extensive measures to maximise your safety and the safety of our staff.
Marc and the Purity Bridge TeamPlease read here › for more information on the measures we are taking, and the steps we also need you to take before your visit X
With breast awareness month now here, we asked Mr Haresh Devalia, Consultant Breast Surgeon, and colleague of our Purity Bridge Plastic Surgeons, to answer some FAQs on breast cancer. FROM WHAT AGE SHOULD I BE CONCERNED ABOUT BREAST CANCER? Most breast cancers occur after the fourth decade (your 30s). However 5% of breast cancers […]More
We see a number of patients with concerns about both their nipples and areolae, which can vary considerably. Most commonly we see women with inverted nipples that have either been inverted all their life or have developed since breast feeding. The treatment for inverted nipples can successfully be done in an outpatient setting under local […]More
Date: 19th October 2016 Time: 19.00 Venue: Purity Bridge, 6 Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, TN4 8AS We are delighted to announce our ever popular Breast Awareness Event with Purity Bridge Plastic Consultant Surgeons and special guest Consultant Breast and Oncoplastic Surgeon, Mr Haresh Devalia. Contact – 01892 536 960 or email email@example.comMore
It is well established that there are several consistent factors in determining our skin health and quality – our genes, smoking, sun damage and of course the ageing process. Genetics is something that we cannot change and smoking of course is something we can. Sun damage we have a degree of control over but ageing […]More
Inevitably after enjoying the Mediterranean sun (or the sun from further afield!) we have an influx of loyal Purity Bridge patients coming to see our experts for treatment of wrinkles, sun damage, anti-ageing skin changes and more. In-house, we call this the September Irony! Whilst we all know prevention is better than cure, we also […]More