Mr Mark Ho-Asjoe

Plastic surgeon in

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Mr Mark Ho-Asjoe is an esteemed consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon with over 25 years' experience, working in the private sector in London since 2003. He has specialist interest in aesthetic and facial plastic surgery, microsurgery, cosmetic breast surgery, and limb trauma. In his private practice, Mr Ho-Asjoe undertakes all aspects of cosmetic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. 

Mr Ho-Asjoe graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland in 1989, and went on to begin his basic surgical training in the UK, followed by specialist surgical training at the Wellington Hospital in London. He has worked in prestigious clinics outside the UK, including the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan, one of the leading microsurgical reconstructive centres in the world. Mr Ho-Asjoe also worked as an Honorary Lecturer in Plastic Surgery at the Queen Mary University Hospital in Hong Kong. He frequently lectures both nationally and internationally, and has contributed to a number of press articles and peer-reviewed journals on the subject of plastic and reconstructive surgery. 

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I found Mr Ho-Asjoe a very pleasant man and I am so pleased. With what he has done for me

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