Mr Ahmed Abd El Gawad has more than 20 years experience as a Plastic Surgeon. From his vast experience and knowledge, he has been delivering training days in Egypt for cosmetic procedures and aesthetic treatments for many years.
Mr El Gawad began his medical career in 1995, qualifying from Cairo University, Egypt. After successful completion of 10 years plastic surgery training in a 3000-bedded University Teaching hospital in Cairo, he decided to consolidate his experience by moving to the international landmark training system in the NHS.
In the UK his training included working at major plastic surgery centres including 18 months period at the renowned St Andrews Burns and Plastic Unit in Chelmsford as a Senior Fellow. He is currently an NHS Consultant Plastic Surgeon based at the Royal Liverpool University Teaching hospital as the lead Plastic Surgeon.
Mr El Gawad is also one of the few surgeons in the UK who is highly skilled in the treatment and management of patients with lipoedema and lymphodema. Mr El Gawad can either use the power assisted liposuction technique or the water asssisted liposuction technique.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS)
What does it mean to have a surgeon who is a BAAPS member?
- You are under the care of a GMC registered surgeon who is fully trained - with at least 6 years of training in recognised centres.
- The surgeon works only at reputable hospitals and clinics, working alongside other specialists.
- The surgeon has unparalleled knowledge of patients and the appropriate range of treatments.
- BAAPS is recognised by The Surgical Royal Colleges - the professional body representing the field of cosmetic surgery.
If you are unsure of who your surgeon should be - book a free of charge consultation with Mr El Gawad. You are in the very best hands.
Blogs of interest
What is a Tummy Tuck? - By Mr El Gawad
How to get rid of man boobs and when to consider male breast reduction surgery - By Mr El Gawad
10 Things you need to know before booking breast enlargement surgery - By Mr El Gawad
Top 6 risks of breast enlargement surgery and how to avoid them - By Mr El Gawad