Mr Geoffrey Wilson is an experienced Consultant Plastic Surgeon in Surrey, who also specialises in hand and wrist surgery.
Mr Geoffrey Wilson FRCS FRCS(Plast), has over 25 years’ experience as a Plastic Surgeon, specialising in all aspects of Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, for both women and men, including Hand Surgery, Skin Cancer, lesion and cosmetic mole removal and non surgical aesthetics.
Initial consultation fee will not exceed £250 and follow-up consultation fee will not exceed £140.
Full range of plastic and cosmetic surgery including breast augmentation, reduction, uplift and asymmetry. Face lift, neck lift, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, ear correction, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), liposuction. Skins cancer screening and treatment. Cosmetic removal of moles. Non-surgical cosmetic treatment and thread lifting. Full range of hand surgery.
He has worked in Major Reconstructive Surgery ranging from trauma injuries to genetic disfigurement.
Mr Wilson has clinics at Ashtead Hospital, and also operates there. His team of highly qualified nurses and patient care advisors are available to you should you need support throughout your decision making, treatments, surgery and aftercare.
Additionally, Mr Wilson runs a successful Mole Screening Clinic at the hospital and treats skin cancers and skin lesions using surgical techniques and non invasive Photodynamic Therapy.
Mr Wilson has over 25 years’ experience as a Plastic Surgeon, specialising in reconstructive plastic surgery, cosmetic procedures and hand surgery.
Completing his medical training at Cambridge University and St George’s hospital, London, and qualifying in 1976, he furthered his career by obtaining a Fellowship in Plastic Surgery in 1991 and training in numerous specialist hand surgery and reconstructive surgery units both in the UK and Australia.
He held the post of Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital for 15 years during which time he received a Clinical Excellence Award. He has written several research articles and publications linked to his work. He now runs private clinics in Surrey.
Mr Wilson is a full member of several professional bodies and organisations:
Previous Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) Chairman at Ashtead Hospital Surrey.
The British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH)
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