Mr Rajiv Grover is a revered and accomplished consultant plastic surgeon whose main areas of expertise include skin cancer treatment, neck lift surgery, facelift, and blepharoplasty, but to mention a few. He practises at the central London-based King Edward VII's Hospital and also boasts having a private practice on London's Harley Street, offering patients aesthetic surgery and expert treatment of skin conditions and skin cancer.
Mr Grover, who is the former president of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), was impressively awarded the Hallett Prize (awarded to candidates who score the highest mark in MRCS Part A examination) by the Royal College of Surgeons, which enabled him to then become a fellow at said college in 1993. He had previously graduated in 1989 with a distinction in medicine at the London University (St Barts Medical School).
Another milestone in Mr Grover's exceptional medical career was achieved when he, during his eight-year higher surgical training in plastic surgery, was granted a scholarship from the Royal College of Surgeons to undertake specialist medical training at none other than Harvard Medical School in Boston. Currently, he is the lead for the UK National Audit of Cosmetic Surgery and Safety for the Royal College of Surgeons, which is performed through the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.