|Name||Allwin Gnanajebamani (Mr G)|
|Qualifications||MBBS, FRCS (Glasgow), FRCS (Plast)|
|Year of qualification||1991|
|Languages spoken||English, Tamil|
|Main NHS base||Formally The Royal London Hospital and St Bartholomew’s Teaching Hospital, White Chapel, London. until June 2016|
Training & background:
Mr G is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Microsurgeon covering a variety of cosmetic procedures including, Breast Augmentation, Breast Reduction, Rhinoplasty, Blepharoplasty, Otoplasty, Facelift and Abdominoplasty.
After completion of training in General Surgery and the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow (FRCS), Mr G completed higher training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at St Thomas’s & Guy’s Hospital in London and Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead. Mr G also completed the intercollegiate exam in March 2008 which involved specialist exposure in reconstructive surgery of the breast, face, hands and trunk, hand surgery, microsurgery and supra microsurgery. He has also been well trained in aesthetic surgery, training in private hospitals under a number of plastic surgeons. International fellowships in hand and supra microsurgery were undertaken in Taipei and Tokyo University Hospitals and an International Aesthetic Fellowship was undertaken in Instituto Ivo Pitanguy in Rio De Janeiro. His head and neck oncology fellowship was completed in Bombay.
In addition to providing reconstructive surgery service in hands (trauma, nerve compression, rheumatoid arthritis, complex hand fracture fixation) and breast (post mastectomy reconstruction, congenital asymmetry) and lower limb reconstruction (post trauma, post joint replacement), Mr G’s specialist areas of interest include body contouring for patients after extreme weight loss, Perineal Reconstruction (post cancer excision), skin cancer management, chest wall reconstruction following open heart surgery and management of problem scars.
Mr G has lectured internationally in Germany, Verona and France and also been published in numerous papers including: ‘A safer method for inking the tattoo needle for pinnaplasty.’ Clin Otolaryngol (2006),‘Skin cancer –principles of diagnosis and management’ GP Clinical(2002), ‘Osteochondroma of the fronto-temporal-sphenoidal suture: an unusual presentation’ (2002)and ‘Never throw away a living thing: a principle revisited’ (1999)
Get to know… Mr G
I consider myself extremely socially conscious and with the help of a charity in London and a church in Sri Lanka I have organised and operated in six plastic surgical workshops in Sri Lanka which were aimed at helping people in the developing world, educating local doctors in basic plastic surgical procedures and inspiring other trainees to do similar humanitarian work wherever it is needed. I continue this work in Sri Lanka from time to time.
What is your philosophy about cosmetic surgery or approach to patients?
Successful aesthetic practice requires communication, information and a careful selection of suitable of patients, finding bespoke solutions, attention to detail, safe and careful conduct of surgical procedures and good follow-up care.
- Plastic and reconstructive surgery aesthetic surgery
- Hand surgery
British Medical Association
Rhinoplasty Society of Europe
Fellow of the Royal Society of London
Royal society of Medicine – London
Medical Professional Indemnity
Cosmetic gynaecologist Society of India
Kinvara Private Hospital Clinic Times
One Monday a month, morning/afternoon/evening.
To book a consultation with Mr G, please email email@example.com call 01709 464200.