Facelift Surgery - Westminster

Facelift Surgery - Westminster

About City of Westminster

Westminster is known to be the home of the political elite of the UK parliament. But it is also one of the many areas in London that we are seeing growth in facelift surgery and treatment.

City of Westminster, inner borough of London, England. It lies on the north bank of the River Thames at the heart of London’s West End. The City of Westminster is flanked to the west by Kensington and Chelsea and to the east by the City of London. It belongs to the historic county of Middlesex. The City of Westminster was established as a borough in 1965 by the amalgamation of the boroughs of Westminster, Paddington, and St. Marylebone. It includes the districts and neighbourhoods of (roughly north to south) St. John’s Wood, part of Maida Vale, Paddington, St. Marylebone, Bayswater, Soho, Mayfair, St. James, Knightsbridge (in part), South Kensington (in part), Westminster, and Pimlico. Between Victoria Station and Hyde Park lies Belgravia, part of the Grosvenor Estate. The Portland and Cavendish estates and the Crown Estate of Regent’s Park are located farther north.

Please scroll down to see our treatment offering which include Full-Options MACS Lift, MACS lift with Fogli brow lift and Eye-Surgery. You can find our clinic detailsclinic video and contact details.

Historic Importance

The City of Westminster is the site of some of the finest and most historically important buildings in England and includes some of the most desirable residential properties. It contains Westminster Abbey(Anglican) and Westminster Cathedral (Roman Catholic), Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and the principal government offices, St. James’s Palace, the most important shopping districts of the country, most of the London area’s luxury hotels, and some of its more-renowned museums of art. The National Gallery has a superb collection of Old Masters paintings, and Tate Britain (a branch of the national Tate galleries), built in 1893–97 on the Thames near Vauxhall Bridge, has large holdings of British paintings and sculpture. The Wallace Collection is kept in Hertford House, Manchester Square, and the National Portrait Gallery is based north of Trafalgar Square.

 

What's near by

The avenue of the Mall points eastward from Buckingham Palace, passing St. James’s Palace before arriving at the Admiralty Arch, the entryway to Charing Cross and Trafalgar Square. South of Charing Cross is Whitehall, the site of the main British government offices (as well as the residence of the prime minister, at No. 10 Downing Street), and to the east the Victoria Embankment traces the Thames from the Houses of Parliament to the City of London. Northeast of Somerset House (home of the Courtauld Institute Galleries and the Gilbert Collection [decorative arts]) is the eastern terminus of the Strand, as well as the voluminous Royal Courts of Justice, which replaced Westminster Hall as the chief law court of England in 1882. The theatre district, including Covent Garden, is in the environs. Piccadilly Circus is a busy London intersection that attracts tourists from around the world.