Ms Nugent is delighted and honoured to have been selected as one of the UK’s Top Doctors for the prestigious Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2020! She has been featured for breast, labiaplasty and “mummy makeover” surgery. Nora has been recognised for her kind and supportive manner towards women who see her for cosmetic surgery and her informative approach beforehand and emphasis on the factors needed for a good recovery afterwards. 

To read more about Nora’s entry in the Guide, please see below:


We are following government & public health advice during the coronavirus pandemic. Virtual (video or telephone) consultations ARE available with Ms Nugent on a regular basis for both current and new patients. The practice is currently closed for non-urgent elective procedures and face to face consultations. New patients seeking breast augmentation may be suitable for 3D simulation consultations via the Crisalix technology that Ms Nugent has available. See Nora Nugent 3D Crisalix for the details and sign in details.

Our normal contact numbers and emails are in use and monitored daily Monday to Friday. The main office email is enquiries@noranugent.co.uk and the office numbers are 01892 619248 and 07580 251540.

We will be in touch with all our current patients if your procedure or appointment needs to be rescheduled and we encourage you to stay in touch with us if you have any questions or concerns. If you are a new patient and wish to book a consult with Ms Nugent, please call or email us or contact us using the contact form on this website.

Your wellbeing and safety is our priority. While we would love to be operating as normal, we must take safety into account first. Once it is deemed safe to reopen fully, we will do so.

Stay safe and well!

Nora and the Aisling Plastic Surgery Team


Breast augmentation using silicone breast implants is consistently one of the most popular cosmetic procedures with year on year rises in the number of women undergoing the procedure. Recently there has been several media articles regarding the long term safety of breast implants, in particular relating to Breast Implant Associated – Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) and Breast Implant Illness (BII). While both conditions need to be taken seriously and more research is needed to fully understand both, overall most women have a safe and positive experience following breast augmentation surgery.

However for those affected by these conditions or any other problem with their implants, it is so important that they are able to return to their plastic surgeons or if this is not possible, to be seen by another plastic surgeon to have their concerns discussed and assessed. Just as it is reasonable to consider a breast augmentation surgery, it is also very reasonable to have breast implants removed if you no longer wish to have them or they are causing problems. In light of recent articles on BII and BIA-ALCL, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons have made available information leaflets on BII and BIA-ALCL for patients. I thought it would be helpful for my patients or any other women who are concerned about their implants to link to these leaflets from my website for you. I hope you find them useful.

I have also included a link to the Breast and Cosmetic Implant Registry (BCIR) as this body was purposely set up to collect data and monitor trends and complications relating to breast implants. Along with the MHRA, important safety information is being collected by the BCIR about breast implants.

Breast Implant Illness – BAAPS Patient Information Leaflet

Breast Implant Associated – Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma – BAAPS Patient Information Leaflet

Breast & Cosmetic Implant Registry Patient Information Leaflet