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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Per Hall at Spire include:
Mr Per Hall was appointed as a consultant plastic surgeon in 1995 and has been working at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital ever since. He was more recently appointed as a surgeon with a special interest in cleft lip and palate at Addenbrooke’s Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge where he is the Lead Clinician for this service for East Anglia. Mr Hall offers a wide variety of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures, from complex reconstructive surgery to more minor procedures. He has a long standing interest in skin cancer and its early detection using computer imaging.
Mr Hall's main field of interest at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital is cosmetic surgery, especially facial plastic surgery. Facial surgery includes facelifts, eyelid surgery, nose reshaping (rhinoplasty), surgery of congenital abnormalties and scarring.
The most common operation he performs is breast augmentation via either a sub mammary or sub muscular route with either silicone containing or salt water containing implants. He also commonly performs breast reduction and breast uplift operations using traditional and short scar techniques (Lejour technique) and breast equalisation surgery for congenital abnormalities.
At Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital there is both ultrasonic liposuction and traditional liposuction tools at Mr Hall's disposal and he performs liposuction techniques to improve the appearance of tummies, arms and legs.
Mr Hall performs a range of procedures on the abdomen ranging from scar revision to mini abdominoplasty, traditional abdominoplasty and extended abdominoplasty for those with massive weight reduction.
Mr Hall has established a one-stop mole and skin cancer clinic which gives patients the opportunity to be seen, consulted and treated in one session, if appropriate. A skin imaging device - The SIAscope has been developed with my clinical input and helps distinguish friendly from unfriendly moles.
Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Addenbrooke's Hospital NHS Trust, CambridgeBack to top
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