Mr Atul Khanna

Mr Atul Khanna

Consultant Plastic Surgeon
MBA, MBBS, FRCS, FICS, DipEurB(Plast), FRCS(Plast)

Practising at

Spire Little Aston Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Atul Khanna at Spire include:

Cosmetic surgery

Other treatments

  • Buccal fat removal
  • Dimple correction
  • Fat grafting
  • Lip reduction

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Professional profile

I am an NHS consultant in Plastic surgery at Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust and Walsall Manor Hospital NHS Trust. I graduated in 1983 and after completing my plastic surgery training have been in a consultant practice since 1998. I have a general plastic and cosmetic surgery practice with sub-speciality interests in body contouring surgery, facial rejuvenation and breast surgery.

I am a member of numerous professional bodies including the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAPRAS). He has been council member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons and Chairman of the British Medical Association, Birmingham. I am also Honorary Secretary of the West Midlands Regional Advisory Committee in Plastic Surgery.

I am actively involved in teaching and training and has been College tutor for Surgery for his NHS Trust. I have had several publications in scientific peer reviewed journals and also acts as a reviewer for the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery.

Private contact details

Telephone 0121 580 7119
Private secretary telephone 07407489499 / 0121 507 3455
Private secretary email
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Current NHS posts

Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Sandwell General Hospital

Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Walsall Manor Hospital

Clinical Director of Plastic Surgery at Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust

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Personal Profile

I have a busy professional life but continue to combine my career with my family including two children. I enjoy cricket and cycling.

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