Mr Paul Roblin is a leading consultant plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgeon based in London. His expertise lies in abdominoplasty, liposuction, surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation of the face, breast surgery including breast reduction, augmentation, reconstruction and mastopexy, benign and malignant mole excision and eyelid surgery.
Mr Roblin graduated from St George's Hospital Medical School, London in 1990 and then went on to complete his training in plastic surgery from the Pan Thames Regional Specialist Training Programme. During this time, he underwent extensive plastic surgery training, as well as cosmetic surgery training from numerous leading surgeons around the UK. In the last year of his training, Mr Roblin became a microsurgical fellow at the MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Houston, USA: one of the world's leading cancer centres. He now specialises in cancer reconstruction following breast cancer, skin cancer, gynaecological cancers and cancer in the head and neck region.
Mr Roblin has a special interest in microsurgery and treats many patients with lymphoedema using microsurgical techniques, as well as performing a wide range of body contour procedures. In addition to being a consultant at many leading London hospitals, he also runs the teaching programme for plastic surgery trainees at Guy's and St Thomas' Trust Hospital and is the head of the plastic surgery department audit programme. He is routinely involved in research, presents at both national and international conferences alike and is the author of many medical publications and textbook chapters.