British Association of Cosmetic Doctors

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The British Association of Cosmetic Doctors was formed in (November 2001) by doctors specialising mainly in non-surgical cosmetic procedures. It is based in Shorne, Kent.

Aims[edit]

The main aim of the association is the advancement of safe and ethical cosmetic medicine, to the benefit of doctors and members of the public.

To achieve this goal they represent cosmetic medical practitioners in a unified manner, maintaining standards in cosmetic medicine, and are channel for ongoing education for its network of members. They also provide legal representation, specialist liability insurances for it members.

Membership to the British Association of Cosmetic Doctors[edit]

Application for associate membership is open to anyone practicing non-surgical cosmetic treatments within the United Kingdom. Full membership is only available to doctors who have been associate members for over two years and can verify their cosmetic medical experience to the Committee.

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