Mr Fazel has a unique background in both plastic and breast surgery and is considered a leading expert in cosmetic breast surgery, often receiving referrals for complex cases from other plastic surgeons. Additionally, he specialises in gynaecomastia surgery having pioneered innovative techniques in this area. He is also very well known for his work in post pregnancy body reshaping (tummy tucks and mummy makeovers), VASER liposuction, PLEXR soft surgery and his subtle facial dermal fillers technique
Maisam read medicine at Cambridge University (where he was awarded the University Prize in Surgery) followed by training internationally. On his return to the UK, he trained at several leading teaching hospitals in London, Paris and Milan as well as the renowned Nottingham Breast & Plastic Surgery Unit. He then completed several cosmetic surgery fellowships in both the UK and USA, including the prestigious Royal College of SurgeonsCosmetic Fellowship. This allowed him to gain considerable experience in a wide variety of cosmetic procedures by working alongside some of the leading plastic surgeons in the UK and abroad
Maisam Fazel has published widely in his field, with publications in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery to his name.In addition, he is actively involved in breast reconstruction research and has been part of the teaching faculty of the Royal College of Surgeons. As a ‘Key Opinion Leader’ he is frequently invited to lecture at international cosmetic surgery conferences. He also enjoys teaching patients and junior colleagues in amore informal manner using social media where his short explanatory videoclips onInstagram (@drmaisamfazel)have become very popular!
As recognition of his work in this area, Mr Fazel was recently awarded the Best National Onco Plastic Breast & Cosmetic Surgery Specialist in the 2019 Private Healthcare Awards
Outside medicine, Maisam enjoys tennis, skiing and scuba diving. He is involved in a number of wildlife conservation projects in East Africa aimed at reintroducing orphaned wildlife like elephants and cheetahs back to their natural habitat.He also regularly volunteers for charity health camps and teaching programmes in the developing world