Mr Adel Fattah
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
BSc (hons) MB BChir PhD FRCS (plast) PG Dip Aesth Surg
Graduating from Cambridge in 2000, I have been working in plastic surgery since 2003, taking up my consultant post in 2013. I pursued the best training with national and international experts in my fields of facial reconstruction and aesthetic surgery. I undertook a super-specialty fellowship in breast surgery and have spent much of my training in facial surgery. In the NHS, my reconstructive specialty interest is in facial palsy reconstruction which deals with the correction of facial asymmetry.
I specialise in all areas of aesthetic surgery with an emphasis on a holistic approach to ensure the best results can be obtained. This means that you will receive an in-depth consultation to determine your aims and a full discussion on all the options that may be available to you to guide you in your decisions to undertake treatments. I pride myself on my clear explanations and honest opinion to ensure that your choices achieve your aims. Many happy patients have given me permission to show examples of the procedures before and after surgery to help you envision what can be achieved. You will receive copies of written information from the first consultation for you to evaluate everything before returning for your second consultation that is geared to specific questions that you make.
I perform an average of 70 aesthetic procedures per year. I am committed to maintaining the highest standards of practice and I have been faculty on the face/eyes/nose international aesthetic surgery course since 2013.
I am a full member of BAPRAS, BAAPS and am on the Medical Advisory Board of Facial Palsy UK, a charity established to support and inform patients and public about facial palsy.
My website introduces the team, gives information and photographs of procedures and details of what to look for in a surgeon.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Adel Fattah at Spire include:
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MB BChir / University of Cambridge / 2000
Bachelor of Medicine
Scarless Removal of Forehead Lipomas
Snyder-Warwick AK, Fattah AY, Zive L, Halliday W, Borschel GH and Zuker RM (2014). The degree of facial movement following microvascular muscle transfer in pediatric facial reanimation depends on donor motor nerve axonal density. Plast Reconstr Surg. 135: 370e-381e
Fattah AY, Gurusinghe AD, Gavilan J, Hadlock TA, Marcus JR, Marres H, Nduka C, Slattery WH and Snyder-Warwick AK (2014). Facial nerve grading instruments: Systematic review of the literature and suggestion for uniformity. Plast Reconstr Surg. 135: 569-579
Fattah AY, Gavilan J, Hadlock TA, Marcus JR, Marres H, Nduka C, Slattery WH and Snyder-Warwick AK (2014). Survey of Methods of Facial Palsy Documentation in Use by Members of the Sir Charles Bell Society. Laryngoscope 124: 2247-51