Miss Tania Cubison is a globally in-demand consultant plastic surgeon based in East Grinstead, specialising in targeted muscle reinnervation (TMR), labiaplasty (with local anaesthetic) and gender reassignment surgery alongside surgical tattoo removal, burns and amputation. She practices at nationally-renowned centre of excellence The McIndoe Centre, in the west Sussex town.
Miss Cubison has unique expertise in the new revolutionary TMR procedure. It allows people with prosthetic limbs the life-changing opportunity to control prosthetic devices and experience sensory feedback. She is one of the few plastic surgeons in the UK that are skilled in TMR and has treated patients from all over the world using this technique.
Miss Cubison ability to perform labiaplasty with local anaesthetic is an approach that only a handful of UK plastic surgeons possess. Furthermore, her all-woman team of assistants provide reassuring and comprehensive support for this complex and sensitive procedure. Miss Cubison's team is there for this and all of the operations she skilfully undergoes, providing her with support that cements her reputation as a top-class plastic surgeon.
These further procedures include breast reduction, breast augmentation and abdominoplasty. Furthermore, she performs skin grafting and complex microsurgical techniques, especially for lower limb injury, including secondary stump revision.
Miss Cubison is also highly-experienced in acute burn care and secondary burn scar reconstruction. She has undertaken a number of studies to evaluate burn healing and uses many new techniques that may help reduce scarring.
She is also involved in teaching burn care and is the national chair of the Emergency Management of Severe Burns Senate, which is part of the British Burn Association (BBA). She trains the next generation of plastic surgeons and is a member of the national Specialist Advisory Committee for plastic surgery training. Additionally, Miss Cubison is the SAC representative on the Training Interface Group in Major Trauma and works to train a multi-disciplinary group of consultants who will lead trauma care into the future.