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The BOPSS website has moved to link. If you are a member you can still use this site to view old accounts and records. You can log onto the new site using your same login details.

This is the old website of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS), which was founded in 2000 by ophthalmic surgeons who have training and experience in the highly specialized field of Oculoplastic and Oculo-Facial surgery.

BOPSS currently has over 110 national members and sponsors an annual scientific meeting.

The purpose of BOPSS is to advance the education, research and quality of care in oculoplastic, aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, the surrounding facial areas, orbits and lacrimal system (also known as Oculo Facial Plastic Surgery).

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery - Call for papers
For over 25 years, the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS) has remained the leader in high-quality, cutting-edge education for medical professionals worldwide in all areas of cosmetic surgery. Submissions are being accepted until the 31st May for presentation at the 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting in Las Vegas on January 16-19, 2013. Types of papers requested: Basic Science, Clinical Trials, Technique, Ethics, Practice Management and Posters.
Further details available here. Please also see the website.
Benefits of BOPSS membership and subscriptions
You can read more about the benefits of BOPSS membership and subscriptions on the membership page.

The Amsterdam Declaration on Graves' Orbitopathy
The Amsterdam Declaration was launched at the International Symposium on Graves' Orbitopathy in October 2009 and pledges to raise awareness of this condition among health professionals and the public with the aim of improving patient treatment and outcomes. BOPSS fully supports this pledge and is a co-signatory.
Cosmetic Surgery: Information to Patients
The Department of Health has published information on cosmetic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic procedures, please see the Department of Health's website

These pages contain details of nearly 50 different procedures and treatments, plus information about the questions you need to ask if you are considering cosmetic surgery or a non-surgical cosmetic procedure.
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President: Brian Leatherbarrow
Secretary: Ben Parkin
Treasurer: David Verity
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