Mr Dan Marsh is a highly-experienced London-based plastic surgeon. He operates in various prominent clinics in the capital including on Harley Street and in the Royal Free Hospital. He specialises in all aspects of plastic and aesthetic surgery and embraces the ever-improving techniques and equipment to ensure his patients have the most comfortable experience and enjoy the very best results. He has been published extensively in over 30 peer-reviewed articles and has been awarded several prizes, including the Hackett Prize from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons for his work on reducing complications in plastic surgery.
• More than 10 years of experience• Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Weymouth Street Hospital (present)
• Consultant Plastic Surgeon, 9 Harley Street (present)• Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital (present) ...
• Plastic surgery• Cosmetic surgery
• Aesthetic surgery• Reconstructive surgery• Dermatological surgery• Breast surgery ...
• Royal College of Surgeons, FRCS (plast)• University College London Doctor of Philosophy, PhD
• University of Bristol, BSc MB ChB ...
Publications and conferences
• He has published extensively in Plastic Surgery literature, with over 30 peer reviewed articles
Prizes and awards
• He has been awarded several prizes, including the Hackett Prize from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons for his work on reducing complications in plastic surgery
• Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England• Member of the British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
• Member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons ...
Breast asymmetry is caused by a congenital malformation in which there is a difference in size between the two breasts. This difference is noticed as Breast asymmetry is caused by a congenital malformation in which there is a difference in size between the two breasts. This difference is noticed as a disproportionate size of only one breast, when the shape of the breast is different and/or when one breast show ptosis. With the aim of preventing other diseases, often a mammogram is performed. Breast asymmetry can be caused by excess fat, glands or both. Depending on the degree of asymmetry the specialist will choose the kind of treatment, which could be breast augmentation with implants, breast lift or mastopexy, or breast reduction.
Breast augmentation or mammoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at increasing the size and volume of the breasts. Normally, surgery is recommended wBreast augmentation or mammoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at increasing the size and volume of the breasts. Normally, surgery is recommended with implants in both breasts to make them more symmetrical. A breast enlargement operation is performed by making a small incision around the areola or in the fold under the breast or armpit. Through the incisions on each breast, breast tissue is lifted and breast implants are inserted under the chest muscle. The implants can be silicone or saline implants and they come in various shapes, generally round, oval or anatomical. Currently, there are prostheses with a rough textured surface to provide a more natural look. The incision scar for breast surgery is practically invisible.
Breast reconstruction is the surgery to restore the loss of a breast, usually removed because of breast cancer. Apart from the aesthetic aspect of theBreast reconstruction is the surgery to restore the loss of a breast, usually removed because of breast cancer. Apart from the aesthetic aspect of the breast reconstruction procedure, this operation helps the patient to recover from the shock that implies suffering from cancer. Depending on each case, different surgical techniques are recommended. One of them is the surgery using breast implants made of silicone and other substances that vary depending on the prosthesis. Another technique is to use the patient’s own tissues to achieve a safer and more natural looking. The tissue is taken from the abdomen, buttocks or thighs. There is also another technique that combines the two mentioned before. After about 3 or 4 months from the surgery, when the breast is not swollen anymore, the patient undergoes another surgery for the restoration of the nipple and areola.
Facelift, or facial rejuvenation surgery, is a procedure that corrects the most visible signs of ageing of the face, by tightening the facial muscles,Facelift, or facial rejuvenation surgery, is a procedure that corrects the most visible signs of ageing of the face, by tightening the facial muscles, reducing fat, redistributing skin and removing excess tissue. A full facelift reduces sagging and restructures the damaged areas of the face. This operation is usually performed through incisions inside the hairline and behind the earlobe, continuing to the neck if necessary, so that scars are hidden. Depending on the areas of the face that you wish to treat, there are several types of facelift: forehead lift, which raises drooping eyebrows and eliminates forehead wrinkles, medium lift, which removes the accumulated fat in the cheeks and raises the cheeks; and a lift which reduces the fat around the jaw and neck (e.g double chin).
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