Overview

  • 27 years of practice
  • Walid Sabbagh qualified from the University of Aberdeen in 1992 and became a fellow of the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons in 1996
  • After completing training in Plastic Surgery at the most renowned units in London (2002), he was awarded FRCS(Plast) and admitted to the GMC specialist register

Personal

  • Walid Sabbagh qualified from the University of Aberdeen in 1992 and became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1996. He trained in Plastic Surgery in the most prestigious units in London. At the completion of his training in 2002 he was awarded the FRCS(Plast) and admitted to the GMC specialist register. Mr Sabbagh developed an interest in the fields of Aesthetic Surgery and the highly specialized area of Ear Reconstruction. In the NHS he provides a national service for traumatic and congenital ear deformities at the Royal Free Hospital in London. In his private practice he is particularly interested in prominent ear correction, breast augmentation, abdominal wall and rhinoplasty surgery. Mr Sabbagh has published comprehensively within the Plastic Surgery journals and regularly presents his work at national and international meetings. He has appeared on a number of television documentaries including ‘The One Show’ and ‘Botched Up Bodies’. He was also featured in the ‘Tattler magazine’ for top Plastic Surgeons. His personal interests include travelling, swimming and family activities.

  • GMC number

    3659115
  • Societies

    BAAPS help  (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)
    BAPRAS help  (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons)
  • Presentations

    • Qualified from the University of Aberdeen in 1992 and became a fellow of the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons in 1996
    • Awarded FRCS(Plast) and admitted to the GMC specialist register
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