• 1985

    Transform opens a clinic on Wimpole Street, London.

  • 1987

    Transform introduces breast reduction, nose surgery and anti-ageing treatments.

  • 1988

    The company continues to expand its range of treatments and introduces Liposuction.

  • 1991

    Transform opens its first clinic in Scotland, making it a truly national provider.

  • 1999

    Transform acquires The Heath Hospital in London.

  • 2000

    Katie Price has a breast augmentation with Transform.

  • 2001

    Transform introduces inclusive aftercare, an industry first.

  • 2003

    'The Clinic', a 6-part series about Transform runs on Channel 4.

  • 2004

    Transform opens a dedicated cosmetic surgery hospital in Manchester, Transform Pines.

    Transform introduces laser hair removal and IPL skin rejuvenation.

Moving into the next decade, we open a clinic on prestigious Wimpole Street, central London and continue to be at the forefront of both surgical procedures and non-surgical treatments.

Rebecca Pryce

24. South Yorkshire

Breast Augmentation

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Our second clinic opened in 1985 on Wimpole Street in London.
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We were one of the first to offer anti-ageing treatments in 1987.
Non-surgical treatments


Liposuction was introduced and proved very popular with patients.

The beautiful Sharon Stone starred in the hit movie Basic Instinct, where she famously re-crossed her legs during the interrogation scene.

Dynasty brought the fashion world big hair and power dressing.

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“Geldof concert raises £40m for famine aid”

(Live Aid concerts held in London and Philadelphia)

The Times - 1985

“Freddie Starr ate my hamster”

The Sun - 1986

“Thatcher’s historic victory – Go for fourth term, voters urge leader”

The Times - 1987

“Ready, Eddie, Go! Now the eagle is set to fly higher”

(Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards competes in the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics)

Daily Express - 1988

“It’s wall over! Berlin carnival as Iron Curtain falls”

(East Germany opens checkpoints in the Berlin Wall, allowing its citizens to travel freely to West Germany for the first time in decades)

The Sun - 1989

“Triumphant Mandela ‘free at last’”

(Nelson Mandela is released from Victor Verster Prison, near Cape Town, South Africa, after 27 years behind bars.)

The Times - 1990

“If Kinnock wins today will the last person to leave Britain please turn out the lights”

(The general election is narrowly won by the Conservative Party led by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major.)

The Sun - 1992

“Mansell is world's top driver at last”

(Nigel Mansell becomes Formula 1 World Champion)

The Guardian - 1992

“That’s yer allotment! At last Turnip Taylor turns up his toes”

(Graham Taylor resigns as manager of the England football team after three years in charge.)

The Sun - 1993

“Death of a champion”

(Three-time Formula One world champion Ayrton Senna is killed in an accident during the San Marino Grand Prix in Imola, Italy.)

Daily Express - 1994