Patient reported outcome measures are an important part of contemporary surgery and reflect the subjective experience of patients undergoing surgery. This data is collected on all my patients before surgery and within a year following their surgery. Beyond objective or photographic criteria, this information reflects the personal experience of patients who have undergone surgery and their feelings about various aspects of their outcome.
As you can see all these classes of operation show marked improvements in quality of life after surgery. In many cases the questionnaires reflect functional and symptomatic outcomes as well as a perception of aesthetics and beauty.
Please click on the relevant area to read more about each type of surgery:
- Patient Reported Outcome Measures relating to Rhinoplasty
- Patient Reported Outcome Measures relating to Facial rejuvenation
- Patient Reported Outcome Measures relating to Breast surgery
- Patient Reported Outcome Measures relating to the Body