Mr Walid Sabbagh
Mr Walid Sabbagh
MB CHB MSC FRCS FRCS(PLAST)
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Mr Sabbagh qualified from the University of Aberdeen in 1992 and after completing his basic surgical training in Yorkshire he became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in 1996. Mr Sabbagh trained in Plastic Surgery in London rotating between various highly acclaimed units. At the completion of his training he was awarded the FRCS(Plast), in 2002, by the Royal College of Surgeons and admitted to the GMC’s specialist register in Plastic Surgery.
Mr Sabbagh was appointed as a consultant plastic & reconstructive surgeon in 2004 at the internationally reputed Mount Vernon Hospital to develop a national Ear Reconstruction service and relocated to the Royal Free Hospital. He has established the Royal Free Hospital as the prime ear reconstructive centre receiving referrals from all over the UK, presented at numerous national and international meetings and published a number of articles
In addition to the highly specialized area of Ear Reconstruction Mr Sabbagh runs a busy private practice in aesthetic surgery which includes facial cosmetic surgery, breast surgery and body contouring.
Outside his work commitments he is kept busy by my three children and enjoys travelling and various sport activities especially swimming.
Country of qualification
- Plastic Surgery
- British Association of Plastic Surgery (BAPRAS)
- British Association Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (BAAPS)
- International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)
- International Society Auricular Reconstruction (ISAR)
Registration and licensing
- Ears: Correction Prominent Ears, Ear Reconstruction, Ear fold
- Breast: Breast Augmentation, Breast reduction/uplift
- Facial Cosmetic Surgery: Rhinoplasty, Eyelid Surgery
- Body Contouring: Abdominoplasty, Liposuction
- Skin cancer surgery
Mr Sabbagh sub specialises in the field of ear reconstruction and has a particular interest in cosmetic rhinoplasty and cosmetic breast surgery.
Ongoing research in the field of ear reconstruction to improve outcomes.