Treatments You Can Trust is a social enterprise working for the benefit of patients who are considering cosmetic treatment.
We check if healthcare professionals who offer cosmetic treatments are safe to do so. We publish the names and details of those we can assure you are trustworthy.
The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA) seeks to ensure your safety as a patient. It recommends you only take treatment from someone on an Accredited Register - such as the Treatments You Can Trust register.
We check health professionals and clinics against an agreed set of clinical and business standards to ensure they are suitable to perform cosmetic injectable treatments
We give you impartial, independent information and advice about cosmetic injectable treatments
We provide a complaints management process should you need to need to take an issue further
We help you find safe treatments carried out in clinics by trained health professionals
We provide an online map and keyword search for you to find a treatment clinic or health professional
Trish takes a keen interest is the safety of vulnerable people. She also has a keen interest in consumer protection, including those venturing into cosmetic treatments, and believes they should be well informed, have confidence in the treatment and practitioner they choose and have recourse to a robust complaints procedure if needed.
Chair of Treatments You Can Trust Governance Board
Andrew has a number of non-executive roles including the chairmanship of the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN); highly relevant to TYCT since it concerns the collection of data on healthcare outcomes outside the NHS, which is related to the TYCT work on data collection. He also sat on the Keogh reviews for both PIP implants and the better regulation of cosmetic procedures.
Deputy Chair of the TYCT Governance Board
Roy is an entrepreneur and was an NHS Chair. Roy is an independent health policy analyst, writer, broadcaster and commentator on health and social issues. He provides consultancy to NHS organisations and the companies that have services and products for the health service. He writes a daily blog on healthcare issues and organises regular Health Chats with influential leaders in the health and social arena.
Health writer and commentator
Cheryl is an Aesthetic Nurse and Managing Director, Aesthetika, Sheffield, and is Editor of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing – the only peer reviewed nursing journal, and is a member of PIAPA and the BACN. Cheryl is passionate about high standards.
Editor of the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing
Toni graduated from the University of Melbourne as a Dental Surgeon, and has been practicing Aesthetic Medicine full time. She provides representation for Dentists on the TYCT Governance Board.
Clinical Director, DestinationSkin
Dr Shergill is President-Elect of the British Cosmetic Dermatology Group. He is skilled in complex surgical techniques and a range of laser treatments. He also treats general dermatology skin problems such as eczema, acne and rashes. His private practice covers all areas of Dermatology including cosmetic treatments such as Fillers and Laser resurfacing. He represents the Cosmetic Dermatologists on the TYCT Governance Board.
Marcos joined joined Irwin Mitchell in September 2008. He practices within the Medical Negligence team and has particular expertise in cosmetic surgery cases, regularly advising on issues such as substandard breast surgery, adverse outcomes following dermal fillers and other treatments routinely seen within this area.
Solicitor at Irwin Mitchell LLP
Sarah's main interests are the treatment of burns (all age groups) and cutaneous laser treatments. She also offers treatments for the removal of minor skin lesions and non-surgical facial rejuvenation – She is the Medical Director for sk:n in Newcastle.
Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Laser Specialist
Dr Long represents the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM Board of Directors). She owns K Long Kosmetic Klinic in Glasgow. She was trained by the Collagen Corporation (now Inamed) in 1990.
Dr Carter was Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing between 2007 and 2015. Prior to his appointment at the RCN Dr Carter spent almost twelve years as the Chief Executive of the Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust. Dr Carter is also a general nurse and trained at St Albans City Hospital and the Institute of Urology in London. He has held a number of clinical and managerial posts in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and London.