Aesthetic and Reconstructive plastic surgery requires a surgeon with a broad range of experience, technical skill, sound clinical judgement, and the ability to critically evaluate and adapt to new surgical techniques. Mr Harris is committed to providing the highest standards of care, customised to the individual needs of patients, using the latest proven surgical techniques combined with sound clinical judgement.
Mr Harris prides himself on providing an exceptional, personalised service with the utmost standards of patient confidentiality. It is for this reason that he chooses not to display pre and post-operative images on the website.
Mr Harris’ educational background and international training have provided a solid base for him to develop an acknowledged expertise in the field Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Mr Harris graduated from The University of London in 1991 to embark upon his surgical career. After four years of training in general surgery at a number of London teaching hospitals, he became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS). He then undertook eight years of training in plastic surgery in London as well as periods spent at specialist centres in Australia and Belgium. In 2002, he gained the Specialist Fellowship in Plastic Surgery (FRCS Plast) and was entered on the GMC Specialist Register for plastic surgery in 2004.
In 1999, Mr Harris was awarded the higher post-graduate degree of Doctorate in Medicine (MD) having spent two years at the Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust (RAFT) developing a laboratory produced artificial skin replacement. This research was sponsored by The Royal College of Surgeons of England. Throughout his career, Mr Harris has continued to publish his work within the plastic surgery and scientific literature, and present nationally and internationally at plastic surgery conferences.
He is actively involved in teaching at postgraduate level and has lectured at the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) instructional meetings.
He has continued to develop his skills in cosmetic surgery as a consultant and now regularly teaches junior plastic surgeons. His main interests are breast surgery, and body contouring.
Following the completion of his surgical training in England, Mr Harris was awarded a travelling fellowship by the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) to study with one of the world’s leading authorities in cosmetic surgery in Melbourne, Australia. Since then, he has continued to develop his skills in cosmetic surgery as a consultant and now regularly teaches junior plastic surgeons. His main interests are breast surgery, and body contouring.
In 2004, Mr Harris was appointed as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at The Royal Marsden Hospital in London where he specialised in reconstructive surgery following ablative cancer excision. He left the NHS in 2018 to devote his efforts to full-time private practice. He currently operates in Central London at The London Clinic, and in Southwest London at Wimbledon Parkside Hospital. He is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS). He is a previous President of BAAPS (2018-2020) and has worked within Council for over 10 years. He is the current Aesthetic lead for BAPRAS (appointed 2022) and comments regularly in the media on topical plastic surgery issues. He has also been featured in several television documentaries.
2. Mr Miles Berry
Miles Berry has travelled the world refining the very latest cosmetic surgery techniques and establishing himself as one of the field leaders in reconstructive surgery. He qualified in 1991 at University College, London, received a master’s and a patent for research into breast cancer at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, studied in Australia and spent two years at the famous Institut Curie in Paris, where he perfected the very latest cutting-edge techniques. After returning to London, he spent two years at the Royal Marsden Hospital helping to reconstruct breasts after surgery for cancer, before joining Cosmetic Surgery Partners. His expertise is in abdominoplasty, breast augmentation, facelift, blepharoplasty, mastopexy, breast reduction, secondary breast surgery, liposuction, labiaplasty and transgender surgery, as well as a host of other non-surgical treatments.
In 2013 he co-authored the Good Boob Bible with Dai Davies – the most comprehensive patient guide to breast augmentation surgery ever written. He has written two other books, and has had three medical papers on breast augmentation published in the Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery (JPRAS) medical journal – a publication with world authority among medics.
A favourite with national newspapers and television alike, Miles has given expert opinions to the Daily Mail, The Telegraph, Marie Claire and BBC Radio Four. He was seen on television as the surgeon to TOWIE’s Chloe Sims (breast augmentation) and MTV’s Lateysha Grace of The Valleys (breast augmentation).
Miles says: “My life changed as a newly qualified doctor, the moment I watched a professor of plastic surgery at University College Hospital take a piece of skin from one part of the body and place it elsewhere to repair damage. It was an absolute light bulb moment for me – and since then, reconstructive surgery has been my total passion.
When you see someone who has had a problem for 20 or 30 years and they turn around and say ‘You have changed my life,’ I feel very privileged.
In September 2007, I went to Paris after hearing of a clinic which had great success in breast reconstruction following treatment for cancer. They were world leaders in oncoplasty surgery, using the naked breast tissue, and I spent two years there advancing my own reconstruction skills.
While I was there I co-wrote my first book Oncoplastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery. Since then, I’ve written two more books and more than 50 research papers.
I returned from Paris in 2010 and joined the Royal Marsden, putting some of my new breast reconstruction techniques into practice.
3. Dr Riccardo Frati
Dr Frati Cosmetic Surgery was established by internationally renowned surgeon to the stars Dr Riccardo Frati. Dr. Frati has featured on ITV’s This Morning, GMTV, featured in The Times, The Daily Mail, The Independent, The Daily Star, The Sun, FHM and 10 Years Younger; with countless mentions in celebrity magazines, online magazines and makeover reveals.
Dr Frati works out of London and Manchester, UK and is renowned for his work in breast augmentation, mummy makeovers, Tummy Tucks, open and closed Rhinoplasty, arm lifts, and much more.
A pioneering plastic and cosmetic surgeon, Dr Frati graduated with honours from the University of Rome and went on to train under Professor Gasparotti, a founder of the modern liposuction techniques, where he attained his Clinical Fellowship.
Dr. Frati has held prestigious posts across highly regarded clinics and hospitals across the world, and is highly sought-after specialist guest speaker at medical conferences.
Here at Frati Cosmetic Surgery we believe that cosmetic surgery should be a positive experience, from the first enquiry to the last follow-up appointment and our highly experienced team will provide you with comprehensive care throughout your entire journey with us.
4. Dr Debashis Ghosh
Debashis Ghosh is a breast Consultant Oncoplastic breast surgeon based at The Royal Free London Breast Unit that is considered one of the leading breast units in the world. He is the Clinical Lead for Breast Services at the Royal Free London NHS. He is actively involved in breast surgery research including the pioneering use of a portable gamma camera for sentinel node biopsies. As a member of the Breast Team of the Royal Free and UCL medical School, he is involved in trials in the use of intraoperative radiotherapy, radioactive iodine and seed localisation. As a top breast surgeon in London, he is currently working on the use of fluorescence in cancer surgery.He is the co-author, chapter on breast and oncoplastic surgery, Kirk’s Operative Surgery.
Debashis Ghosh graduated from Grant Medical College, Bombay University, India in 1990 with an MBBS (1st class honours). Further surgical training and qualifications include Higher Specialist Training in Breast & Oncoplastic Surgery at University Hospitals of Leicester, Peterborough, and University Hospitals, Cambridge; post-CCT Fellowship at the Royal Free Hospital London; and Visiting Fellow at The Paris Breast Institute: special techniques in oncoplastic surgery.
Mr Ghosh, one of the best breast consultant in London,sees NHS patients and private patients in the settings of a One stop breast clinic, All his consultations for breast cancer as well as breast cancer surgery and breast screening are carried out in world class facilities where one stop service of all radiology and Pathology is available in the same consultation. He is among the best breast surgeons in London and always accompanied by a Specialist Breast care Nurses who is able to counsel and meet the holistic needs of a patient.
Genetic tests for Risks of Breast cancer for BRCA genetic defects are available for suitable patients. All patients who have Sentinel Node Biopsy will have intra operative testing for presence of Cancer Cells. OSNA and imprint cytology is performed as a routine hence avoiding two operations in certain cases.
All patients and their management is always discussed at the multidisciplinary team that are attended by the leading radiologists, Oncologists and pathologists of London. All operations are performed at the leading Hospitals of the world that include The Harley Street Clinic, Hospital of St Johns & Elizabeth and The Wellington Hospital.
5. Dr Paul Banwell
Paul Banwell is a Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon based in the South East of England, covering East Grinstead, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Haywards Heath and Brighton. He also consults from his luxury premises on Harley Street, London.
Paul has developed an international reputation in the fields of cosmetic surgery, regenerative medicine, scarring, skin health and skin cancer and lectures worldwide on these subjects. As a leading plastic surgeon at the forefront of medical practices and technology advancements, he has published extensively, is a Visiting Professor of Plastic Surgery to Harvard Medical School and in his early career was under the tutelage of and worked alongside a Nobel Prize nominee.
He is also a favourite with Beauty Editors around the world for expert comment on the latest trends and his work has received accolades from TATLER, the BBC, The Times (UK’s Top 100 Doctors) and many other UK publications. He has also been an Ambassador to several charitable organisations and is a familiar face in the National Media both on TV and in the Press.
Mr Banwell was educated in Tunbridge Wells, UK, before commencing his medical studies at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London (now Imperial College) and the first to go to university from his family. During this time he also gained an honours degree (BSc) in the History of Medicine based at the Wellcome Institute. He graduated (MB BS) in medicine and surgery, and continued his surgical training in London to become a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS).
He then undertook extensive training in Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery in London (St. Georges & Roehampton), Oxford, Salisbury and Stoke Mandeville, and passed the Plastic Surgery Specialist Fellowship – FRCS (Plast) – of the Royal College of Surgeons. He is now on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery.
Paul also held a Senior Fellowship position at the famous Royal Marsden Hospital in London specialising in reconstruction following cancer of the skin and soft tissues, the breast and the head and neck region. Internationally, he gained further exposure in Australia as a British Association of Plastic Surgeons Travelling Fellow (in skin cancer, reconstructive microsurgery & cosmetic surgery) and with fellowships in Sweden and the USA.
Paul has developed a global reputation in the field of cosmetic surgery, skin cancer, scarring and skin health and lectures worldwide. He has an extensive research portfolio and has published three books and over 100 papers, book chapters and monographs. As well as being a Visiting Professor of Plastic Surgery to Harvard Medical School, he has won multiple teaching accolades within Oxford University. As an acknowledged thought leader in the cosmetic medicine arena, he consults with industry to help develop advances in the field and holds patents for novel scar treatments. He is also a judge for several national aesthetics awards.
Mr Banwell specialises in Cosmetic Surgery and now is in full-time Private Practice.
Paul has pioneered many innovations in cosmetic surgery as well as in the field of aesthetic & regenerative medicine (including cosmeceutical skin care, chemical peels and the treatment of scars). Although he performs all aspects of cosmetic surgery, his particular areas of expertise are in cosmetic breast surgery (including the latest hybrid techniques), mummy makeovers, tummy tucks, labiaplasty, liposuction, fat transfer techniques and caesarean section scar revisions.
He is a Key Opinion Leader (KOL) for the innovative breast implant company, Motiva, who are renowned for supporting women’s health campaigns and Safety through Innovation. Mr Banwell helps train the next generation of Plastic Surgeons in Cosmetic Surgery.
Paul is a full member of the British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS).