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Dr Rekha Tailor is the founder and Medical Director of Health & Aesthetics. She graduated from Manchester Medical School in 1989 and is a fully qualified General Practitioner and Medical Aesthetic Practitioner. She has worked in NHS hospitals and General Practice for numerous years before becoming a full-time Medical Aesthetic Practitioner in 2005.
She practices medicine in accordance with the GMC’s Good Medical practice Guidelines, overseeing all patient consultations and treatment planning.
Dr Tailor is one of the UK’s leading non-surgical cosmetic specialists, having combined her extensive clinical expertise and artistic flair to specialise in Aesthetic Medicine, and is known for her light touch and incredibly natural looking results.
She has received specialist training in the use and administration of all products and treatments offered by the clinic. She is a full member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
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