Mr Walid Sabbagh

Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Practising at

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Walid Sabbagh at Spire include:

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Professional profile

Mr Sabbagh was appointed as a consultant in 2005 at the internationally reputed Mount Vernon Plastic Surgery Centre which relocated to the Royal Free Hospital in London in 2006. He is currently the lead clinician in ear reconstruction for congenital and traumatic ear deformities. He receives referrals from all over the UK in this highly specialised field. He has numerous publication, regularly presents his work worldwide and is considered the national expert on ear reconstruction. . Mr Sabbagh runs a busy and successful private practice committed to providing the highest quality of medical care. He studied medicine in Aberdeen, Scotland and completed his training at the top London plastic surgical units to be admitted on the GMC's specialist register in 2002. He offers a full range of services of a modern cosmetic surgical practice with special interest in facial plastic surgery and aesthetic breast surgery. His goal is for patients to look naturally younger and better while retaining their individuality. Mr. Sabbagh takes great care to appreciate your individual needs so that he can achieve the right solutions for you.

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Private contact details

Telephone Self-funding: 01252 895 490 / Insured: 01923 802 002
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

BAAPS (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)
BAPRAS (British Association od Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery)
ISAPS (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)
RSM (Royal Society of Medicine)

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Current NHS posts

The Royal Free Hospital

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Personal Profile

Outside his work commitments Mr Sabbagh is devoted to his family. He is married to Noor and has 3 children. He enjoys travelling and various sport activities including swimming, cycling and table tennis.

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