We are delighted to have opened during these challenging times, as the lockdown restrictions ease.
In line with government advice, we have opened for medical consultations, treatments and surgery. Please do enquire if you are unsure about your situation with regards to treatment
We are pleased to be able to offer video consultations to everyone.
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 so much information out there on the Internet of a variety of quality, it can be hard to know where to look for credible and honest information. Social media is such a dominant presence on-line, that many doctors are using it to educate and update their followers about a wide range of topics. Fortunately […]More
Thomas W. Higginson The eyes, and the area around them are the first areas of the face to show ageing changes. Initially the outer eyebrow area droops and then the skin on the upper lids becomes looser and starts to sag. Alongside this, the skin and fat pockets of the lower lids become thinner and […]More
At Purity Bridge, we are focused on providing an exceptional patient experience and outstanding results for cosmetic surgery. All our patients want to achieve the best possible results from their surgery. As well as meticulous surgery and comprehensive aftercare, we also look at preparation for surgery or prehab. It can make a real difference to […]More
There is a worrying repeated finding from surveys in the aesthetics industry that most people will still choose their dermal filler practitioner on the basis of price, or even on “time-limited special offers”. With so much publicity about dermal fillers in the media, it is easy to overlook the fact that filler injections are a […]More
As we come to the end of winter and look forward to spring, it is the time of year many of us become more skin aware, and start to become more conscious of any skin changes. These may be noticing new skin lesions – blemishes, marks, lumps and moles; or realising that existing skin lesions […]More