Mr Sudip J Ghosh

 

is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon at Stoke Mandeville Hospital NHS Trust and Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Milton Keynes General Hospital, with private practices in Buckinghamshire, London, Milton Keynes and Northampton.

Mr Ghosh works with a team of specialists providing individual and personalised care to his patients. He believes in all his patients having a realistic understanding of the risks and benefits associated with plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures prior to undertaking surgery.

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  • Facial Surgery

    Facial procedures Includes facelifts, necklifts and eyelid surgery. Mr Ghosh often combines facial surgery with non-surgical aesthetic treatments to get the best result possible.

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  • Breast Surgery

    There are many varied cosmetic breast surgery procedures available. Dr Ghosh specialises in breast reconstruction and is responsible for breast reconstruction at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, and Milton Keynes General Hospital, in his NHS practice.

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  • Body and Skin Surgery

    There is a rising demand for body surgery and there is a surgical procedure for every part of the body, from abdominoplasty, arm lifts and tightening, thigh lifts, liposuction and body lifts, a new cosmetic surgery procedure that is almost a necessity after massive weight loss from gastric bypass surgery.

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  • Anti-Ageing Surgery

    Growing old worries us all, especially as its not possible to stop the ageing process. However, there are a number of treatments, both surgical and non-surgical, that can help slow down the hands of time.

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  • Burns Reconstruction

    Reconstructive surgery for burn scars is technically difficult. However there has been great strides made recently in the management of the burn wound. Mr Ghosh specialises in the management of burns both acute and for reconstruction of burns scars and contractures.

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  • Men's Cosmetic Surgery

    At one time men used to suffer in silence if they were unhappy with any aspect of their appearance, however, with the growing trend to look good, more and more men are undergoing surgical procedures.

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  • Post Weight Loss Surgery

    After working hard to lose so much weight you may be discouraged to find that your skin drapes down in unattractive folds or looks damaged with stretch marks. Do you live with it or do you have it taken care of with plastic surgery?

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  • Hand Surgery

    The field of hand surgery deals with both surgical and non-surgical treatment of conditions and problems that may take place in the hand or upper extremity (commonly from the tip of the hand to the shoulder).

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  • Non-Surgical Procedures

    By combining the best non-surgical solutions with the latest technology in skincare, our rejuvenation programmes work to enhance the natural beauty of the skin by eliminating fine lines and wrinkles, and restoring younger, healthier skin.

Blog

 

  • The neck lift – because you can’t wear a scarf forever

    We may be in the midst of covering-up season, but if you feel your neck is betraying your age, maybe it’s time to do something about it. No matter how well you eat or how through your exercise regime is, the neck area is the one part of your body that diet or fitness can

  • Why getting Meghan’s nose may be harder than you think

    Move over, Kim K – there’s a new cosmetic surgery icon in town, and the most desired target area for treatment isn’t the butt anymore. According to the aesthetic procedure community Stateside, the new most desired celebrity body part is Meghan Markle’s nose – and it’s been that way long before her engagement to Prince

  • Could these be the cosmetic trends for 2018?

    Another New Year is about to begin, and so is the annual fashion go-around. And, just like everything else, cosmetic surgery is not slow in picking up on new trends. We’ve done a bit of research and cast an eye into the near future, in an attempt to see what we’ll be doing more (and

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