Plastic surgery carries out a wide range of procedures on all parts of the human body. Essentially, we use surgery to try to restore the appearance and/or function of the body after it has been damaged or distorted as a result of birth defects, disease or injury. For example, we can reconstruct parts of the face which are damaged as a result of surgery to remove skin cancer or help to close wounds after road traffic accidents.
We do not routinely perform cosmetic surgery on the NHS (e.g. facelifts, breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, breast reduction, gynaecomastia reduction or tummy tucks). If your main concern is likely to involve this type of surgical intervention then you may have to seek help privately.
Clinics on Wednesday afternoons from 14.30-18.30 for adult and paediatric cases. Specialises in skin cancers, birth defects (especially hypospadias and hands) and general hand surgery.
Clinics on Friday mornings. Specialises in skin cancers and breast reconstruction.
Clinics on Friday mornings once a month. Specialises in cleft lip and cleft palates for adults and children.
Links to tertiary centres:
Royal Free Hospital, London (Mr Kang and Mr Sojitra)
Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge (Mr Ahmad)
Excision of skin malignancies, hand surgery, Hypospadias reconstruction, general adult and paediatric plastic surgery.
Mr Kang does not perform surgery on the breast.
Mr Sojitra performs breast surgery and has a particular interest in breast reconstruction after surgery for breast cancer.
Referrals are accepted via E-RS.