Mr Matthew James is one of London’s leading plastic surgeons, with over 20 years of specialist surgical experience. Working across a number of clinics in London, Mr James performs a wide range of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures, and has a specialist interest in hand and wrist surgery.
Mr James completed his surgical training at specialist clinics in London, Cambridge and Australia, including a fellowship at the prestigious McIndoe Surgical Centre. Having performed thousands of successful operations over his career, he founded Cavendish Clinic in 2011, bringing together industry experts and medical professionals to deliver the latest and most effective aesthetic treatments for the face and body.
Mr James is the medical director of Cavendish Clinics UK and Cavendish – Wellness. He sees private patients at London Bridge Hospital, The Blackheath Hospital – part of Circle Health Group, the Real Clinic in Battersea, Weymouth Street Hospital and The London Welbeck Hospital.
Mr James currently leads the hand trauma services at St Thomas’ Hospital. He is a trainer of cosmetic surgery and hand surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons.
2. Mr Paul Roblin
Paul Roblin (FRCS(Plast), MSc) is a consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, London.
He graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, in 1990. After completing his general surgical training he was appointed to the Pan Thames Regional Specialist Training Programme in Plastic Surgery.
During this time as well as undergoing a comprehensive training in general plastic surgery, he gained additional cosmetic surgery training from the leading cosmetic surgeons across the UK. Following completion of this, he undertook specialised training and spent a year at the MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, Texas, acknowledged as the leading cancer centre in the world.
During this time he developed his special interest in reconstructive microsurgery, particularly for reconstruction of the breast, as well as for skin, head and neck, and gynaecological cancers.
He now consults for both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. His complete understanding anatomy, that is required for his complex reconstructive procedures, is directly relevant to surgery of all parts of the body, and underpins his cosmetic surgical techniques. His expertise lies in surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation of the face, rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), breast and abdominal surgery, including body contour surgery and liposuction.
Mr Roblin is a fully accredited specialist in plastic surgery and is listed on the GMC Specialist Register (Number 3499911). He is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAPRAS), British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and UK Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (UKAAPS). He is the author of many publications and textbook chapters.
He consults at 14 Queen Anne Street, and the London Bridge Hospital in London, and at the St Anthony’s Hospital in Cheam and the Parkside Hospital in Wimbledon.
3. Mr Kelvin Ramsey
Mr Ramsey is a fully trained, approved and accredited Consultant Plastic Surgeon. He regularly performs complex reconstructions for a wide range of tumour types including skin, sarcoma, breast and head/neck cancer. In particular he specialises in breast reconstruction, abdominal/perineal reconstruction and super-microsurgery for lymphoedema. In addition to this he has a specialist interest in aesthetic surgery.
Mr Kelvin Ramsey attended Cambridge University (Peterhouse) for his undergraduate and postgraduate medical training. He then completed both his clinical training in general surgical specialties and his specialist training in plastic surgery within the competitive Pan Thames region.
Towards the end of his training he completed a year’s specialist fellowship in microsurgery at Charing Cross Hospital, London.
Subsequent to this he was fortunate to be awarded a prestigious plastic surgical fellowship in Melbourne, Australia where he gained further experience in reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery. In 2009 he was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training.
On his return from Australia, Mr Ramsey was appointed as Microsurgical Fellow at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London where he was then promoted to his current NHS post as Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon.
Mr Ramsey is entered on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery and is a member of the governing body BAPRAS.
He has published and lectured widely and is actively involved in research, in particular in the field of lymphatico-venous anastomosis surgery for lymphedema – the subject of his current MD thesis.
4. Mr Jonathan Britto
Jonathan Britto has practised in plastic surgical consultancy for many years and has emerged as one of the UK’s most respected, well-established and authoritative voices in plastic, reconstructive, and craniofacial surgery.
From early beginnings as House Surgeon at The Royal London Hospital Trust to Residencies in the Harvard Hospitals of Boston, USA; and Fellowships in Paris and Toronto, Jonathan’s career was founded in patient care with an international perspective.
Developed a vocation for caring for children with craniofacial differences and quickly built a reputation for technical excellence, planning, procedural rigour, and attention to detail. In 2004 he became Consultant Plastic and Craniofacial Surgeon at the internationally renowned St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery and Burns, and in 2008, he was appointed Consultant Plastic and Craniofacial Surgeon at the world-famous Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.
Visiting professorships have been woven through Jonathan’s career – as an invited speaker at the Boston Children’s Hospital, the Institute of Maxillofacial Surgery in Moscow, and as the Vale Visiting Professor at the Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto.
Jonathan continues to deliver lectures in aesthetic and reconstructive craniofacial surgery and his presented research was awarded the Syme Professorship Medal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Two significant appointments at the Royal Society of Medicine have followed: President of the Section of Plastic Surgery (2014-2015) and Chairman of RSM Aesthetics-10 (2017-2018).
A vision to make a lasting and positive difference to people’s lives has been rewarded with many long-term patient and client relationships – an important and valued aspect of Jonathan’s work. His surgical and consulting expertise continues to be called on for complex, technically demanding and often high profile cases, much of which has been reported in the media.
Jonathan’s expertise in aesthetic surgery is acknowledged and recognised by his peers, where he is regularly invited to teach and join international faculty – such as at the world renowned “Face, Eyes, Nose Course” at Warwick University; the Aesthetics Masters at the University of Manchester, and the University of London, “Masters in Aesthetics”, where he is Co-Lead of the Head and Neck module and UCL Degree Examiner.
With welcome, compassion, and precision, Jonathan is available in his private practice to individuals requesting aesthetic plastic surgery to the face and breast; and reconstructive craniofacial procedures. In Jonathan’s philosophy, aesthetic plastic surgery is a higher specialty of medicine and surgery that brings ‘form and function, and a smile of wellbeing’ to his patients. He has devoted his professional life to acquiring the authority of experience, expertise, empathy, and a personal evidence – base of confident, natural, and balanced outcomes.
Clients are welcome by referral and private enquiry, and can expect to experience the same principles of technical excellence, personal warmth and patient care that characterise his international and UK health service practices.
5. Miss Sujatha Tadiparthi
Miss Sujatha Tadiparthi graduated from Cardiff University in 2002. By 2008, she completed her basic surgical training and undertook additional surgical research. She then completed her UK specialist plastic surgery training in 2013. Following this, she gained further specialised training in breast surgery, breast and limb reconstruction and microsurgery.
A prestigious cosmetic fellowship at the private London Wellington Hospital allowed Miss Tadiparthi to work with some leading plastic surgeons in London and gain a wide breadth of training in aesthetic surgery. After gaining a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in the UK, she was entered into the General Medical Council (GMC) specialist register for plastic surgery in 2014.
Throughout her career, Miss Tadiparthi has played an active role in research and published extensively on the various plastic surgical techniques. To date, she has published 6 book chapters and 23 journal articles with presentations at over 75 national and international surgical meetings.
Miss Tadiparthi’s extensive plastic surgery training in the UK has allowed her to gain considerable experience in both aesthetic and reconstructive surgical techniques and she often combines these two fields to get the best possible outcome for her patients. As a full member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), she endeavours to provide the safest and best possible care to her patients.
Miss Tadiparthi is well known for her friendly, down to earth and approachable manner with her patients. As one of the few female London plastic surgeons, she shows great empathy and spends time to gain a good understanding of her patient’s needs and concerns.