Mr Nicholas Parkhouse is a distinguished London-based consultant plastic surgeon, specialising in the treatment of scars, moles and skin cancer and in cosmetic and aesthetic surgery of the face, breasts and abdomen. His expertise in achieving natural-looking results means he regularly performs revision surgery for patients who have been dissatisfied with outcomes of other surgeries, as well as correction of skin blemishes and removal of moles.
Mr Parkhouse was awarded both a doctorate of medicine and a higher degree in surgery from the University of Oxford. He then went on to carry out further training at Middlesex Hospital and research into wound healing. This work won him a Hunterian professorship of the Royal College of Surgeons. He has been a consultant plastic surgeon since 1991, working in Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead and at Mount Vernon NHS Hospitals. He now works in private practice at London’s King Edward VII's Hospital and Cadogan Clinic as well as the McIndoe Surgical Centre based in Sussex.
Mr Parkhouse also has specialist interest in treating scarring disfigurement and his experience in providing revision procedures to treat unfavourable surgical results has provided him with a wealth of expertise in the area. His experience has led him to refine his techniques, focusing on minimisation of scarring and a reduction of risk, meaning that his procedures are some of the safest available, achieving improvement at the same time as maintaining as natural an appearance as possible.
Mr Parkhouse is a former editor of the British Journal of Plastic Surgery, and has written and contributed to numerous peer-reviewed articles in medical journals. He additionally served as a council member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons over numerous years.