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Dr. Alan Kingdon

The Aesthetic Surgery Clinic team is led by Dr Alan Kingdon MRCS Eng LRCP Lond 1967, MB BS 1968 London, who has more than 30 years of experience in cosmetic surgery.

MB BS 1968 Lond: MRCS Eng LRCP Lond 1967
G.M.C. Registration no. 0426648

 

Education:

  • Educated at St Brendan's College Bristol
  • Studied Medicine at Guy's Hospital
  • Graduated L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. in 1967
  • Graduated M.B.B.S. in 1968

Memberships:

The Royal Society of Medicine
The American Academy of Aesthetic and Restorative Surgery
The European Academy of Cosmetic Surgery

 

Present Position:

Medical Director of The Aesthetic Surgery Clinic in West London previously situated in Harley Street.

1996 - Present:

Responsible for all Medical matters relating to the Clinic. There are 3 registered nurses and a Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon who provide a full range of Cosmetic procedures.

Clinical responsibilities and interests include:

  • Advanced Laser Lipolysis
  • Tumescent Liposculpture
  • Gynaecomastia
  • Macrolane injections for body contouring
  • Minor skin surgery i.e. scar removal and removal of skin lesions
  • Non-surgical treatments including Botox and injectable fillers

 

1993- 1996

Group Medical Director
Transform Medical Group UK

Performed Liposculpture procedures at London, Manchester and Dublin clinics. Attended Board meetings to formulate company policy.

1984-1993

Medical Director
Harley Medical Group UK

  • Established the Harley Medical Group as a Cosmetic Surgery Clinic at 6 Harley Street
  • Designed and commissioned a local anaesthetic Theatre
  • Established the theatre for use of local and aesthetic procedures
  • Established a program of Liposculpture under local anaesthesia with sedation
  • Responsible for all other local anaestheic non-surgical procedures using Collagen injection and thread vein removal
  • In 1987 attended a meeting of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and gave talks on the complications of Liposuction and treatment of facial lines with Phenol Peels

1973 - 1983

Principle in General Practice

The White House. Weston Lane. Southampton

1973

Clinical Assistant in General Surgery

Royal South Hants Hospital. Southampton

1975

Edited and wrote "Alive and Well"

This was a book published by Octopussy Press about the function of the body and a healthy lifestyle

1976

Transform Clinic. Cavendish Square. London

Commenced a part-time appointment as a Hair Transplant Surgeon

1968-1973

Five year short Service Commission in The Royal Navy

1968-1970

Medical Officer

Attached to the Bristish Joint Services Training team, Takoraki, Ghana

1970-1972

Surgical Specialist

Royal Naval Hospital. Haslar

Duties equivalent to Registrar in the NHS. Worked as an assistant to Commander NJ Blacklock in Urology (now Professor Blacklock at Manchester University)

1967-1968

House Surgeon

House Physician. Torbay Hospital. Devon

 

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