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Last updated: 29 Jun 2020
Adel prides himself on his personable and friendly nature and ability to develop a strong relationship with his patients. In all aspects, he aspires to excellence and is commited to attaining the best results for those in his care. An indepth face to face consultation is undertaken to formulate a treatment plan based on your needs and wishes. Adel will give an open and honest opinion regarding treatment with your safety and health being first and foremost in his practice. Graduating from Cambridge, he has undertaken extensive training in plastic surgery in London and North America with both nationally and internationally recognised experts in the field. His post-graduate training included specialist fellowships in craniofacial and breast surgery. He is the first British-trained surgeon to have achieved Distinction for the post-graduate Diploma of Aesthetic Surgery from the University of London.
His professional memberships include the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), AO North America (cranio-maxillo-facial), Sir Charles Bell Society and Facial Palsy UK Medical Advisory Board.
Adel is a fully accredited surgeon and is on the General Medical Council specialist register for plastic surgery [GMC No: 4764599].
Adel undertakes all areas general plastic surgery such as lesion removals and reconstructions (such as skin grafts and flaps), including those on the face. His specialist reconstructive area is surgery to address facial palsy and his most common procedures in the NHS include male chest reduction and prominent ear correction. He also undertakes aesthetic surgical and non-surgical procedures such as “botox” and dermal fillers.
Areas of interest
Aesthetic Surgery; Facial Palsy; Facial Reconstructive Surgery; General Reconstructive Surgery; Skin Lesions; Paediatric Reconstructive Surgery
- Sharon Howard
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
Regional Paediatric Burns and Plastic Surgery Service
Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust
L12 2 AP
Facial Symmetry and 3D Modelling
Patient Reported Outcomes Measures
2013 Winner of the WK Lindsay HSC Plastic Surgery Research Prize for “Creation of a 3D Digital Model of the Gracilis Muscle: Application to Free Functioning Muscle Transfer”.
2012 KLS-Martin American Association of Maxillofacial Surgery Travel Scholarship.
1998/1999 William Harvey Scholarship, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine.
1995 Jakoby Prize for Research, awarded by University of Wales College of Medicine.
Snyder-Warwick AK, Fattah AY, et al (2014). The degree of facial movement following microvascular muscle transfer in pediatric facial reanimation depends on donor motor nerve axonal density. Plast Reconstr Surg. 135: 370e-381e
Fattah AY, et al (2014). Facial nerve grading instruments: Systematic review of the literature and suggestion for uniformity. Plast Reconstr Surg. 135: 569-579
Fattah AY, et al (2014). Survey of Methods of Facial Palsy Documentation in Use by Members of the Sir Charles Bell Society. Laryngoscope 124: 2247-51.
Khechoyan DY, Saber NR, Burge J, Fattah A, et al (2014). Surgical outcomes in craniosynostosis reconstruction. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 67: 9-16
Fattah A, et al (2013). Paediatric craniofacial fibrous dysplasia. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 66: 1346-1355
Fattah AY, et al (2013). Three-dimensional study of the musculotendinous and neurovascular architecture of the gracilis muscle. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 66: 1230-1237
Davies JC, Fattah A, et al (2012). Clinically Relevant Landmarks of the Frontotemporal Branch of the Facial Nerve. Clinical Anatomy 25: 858-865
Fattah A, et al (2012). CME: Facial Palsy and Reconstruction. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 129: 340-352e
Fattah A, et al (2011). The First Successful Lower Extremity Transplantation. American Journal of Transplantation 11: 2762-2767
Fattah A, et al (2011). Facial Nerve Injuries in Children. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 22: 782-788
Publications: Short Reports
Touil, L, Fisher DM and Fattah AY (2015). Re: “Assessment of long-term morbidity after harvesting the latissimus dorsi flap for neonatal myelomeningocoele repair”. Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
Fattah A (2012). ‘Scarless’ Removal of Forehead Lipomas. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 94: 273
Sadri A and Fattah AY (2014). Facial Palsy and Reconstruction in Children. In Paediatric Otolaryngology. Ed. Clarke R. Thieme, Stuttgart.
Fattah A, et al (2014). Facial Reanimation in Children and Adults. In Boyd, B and Jones, N Eds. Operative Microsurgery. McGraw-Hill, New York.
Fattah A, et al (2014) Craniofacial Growth and Development and the Management of Craniofacial Malformations. In Bluestone and Stool’s Pediatric Otolaryngology 5th Edition
- PhD University of London 1999
Reference number 4764599
- Renacres HospitalRenacres LaneHalsallOrmskirk
- 17:00 - 20:00
- 07500 046685
- Spire Yale
- 17:00 - 20:00
- 01978 291306
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.