A Highly Qualified London Plastic Surgeon
Elena Prousskaia’s CV stands comparison with any surgeon’s.
She has carried out cosmetic surgery for approaching 20 years, this after completing eight years training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
As Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Southmead Hospital she dedicated years to complex microsurgical reconstruction and also more general plastic surgery.
She has specialised in breast surgery and reconstruction, including helping those who have suffered breast cancer to rebuild their body and confidence.
Her list of Fellowships held is stunning, including one at London’s prestigious Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital – this in microsurgical breast reconstruction and Breast Oncoplastic Surgery.
Other fellowships have included Barcelona, Milan, India, Belgium and the University Hospital in Tokyo – here experiencing the latest techniques and developments in plastic surgery.
She has held many awards and had peer review work published in medical publications. Please read more about her CV on site.
Her achievements and level of qualifications are not listed to boast, instead to show that Ms Prousskaia has the level of experience and expertise you would expect when looking for the most suitable female surgeon in London.
Please take the time to fully research any surgeon you consider.
Her independent reviews are also universally positive.
Plastic Surgery Treatments in London
Ms Prousskaia offers expert plastic surgery treatments in London, with areas of specialism and special interest including, but not limited to:
- Breast augmentation (enlargement), breast lift (mastopexy), breast reduction
- Tuberous (tubular) breasts and asymmetrical breasts
- Breast reconstruction with DIEP flap, TMG flap and LD Flap
- Male gynaecomastia surgery (male breast reduction), male body remodeling
- Breast implants, expanders and fat grafting for breast reconstruction
- Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), Mini tummy tuck, Liposuction, Thigh and Arm lift
- Prominent ears (pinnaplasty)
- Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty)
- Face Lift including neck and brow surgery
- Eyebag removal (blepharoplasty)
- Genital surgery ““ labiaplasty
- Lymphoedema surgery- bypass and lymph node transfer
- Skin surgery including mole, lesions and cyst removal
Ethos of Your Surgeon
Experience and skill are of course of vital importance, but so too is the surgeon’s ethos and manner with patients.
You have to feel confident that the surgeon you entrust understands you, why you are seeking surgery and can empathise.
After all, plastic surgery is often about so much more than the purely aesthetic. Successful surgery can boost confidence and self esteem, an issue that may have been a cause for concern for years or decades can be rectified.
This can be as true for breast reconstruction as it is for a procedure such as ear pinning.
It is truly wonderful to see the impact in terms of confidence and sense of self.
It is perhaps this level of empathy that persuades many to specifically seek a female plastic surgeon. In some instances, they can just understand the impact of a condition or concern better than may be the case for a male counterpart.
Of her ethos, Ms Prousskaia says.
“The one thing that matters most to me when I am with a patient is empathy.
It is only when you are able to identify and understand your patient’s problems that you can begin to help resolve them satisfactorily. A good surgical outcome is not the only thing that matters. Everything that you do and say to a patient has to come from your heart.
I consider myself very lucky to be able to share my passion for what I do and hopefully bring a bit more happiness into my patients’ lives.”
The Plastic Surgery Process
Ms Prousskaia is skilled in a huge range of cosmetic procedures and uses the latest and best techniques to deliver the best results.
However, the process begins a stage earlier with a detailed consultation, this a step of vital importance.
As a prospective patient you may not be an expert in the techniques or even know the fancy technical term for the condition to be treated.
You may instead simply know that there is a cause for concern you wish to see treated.
It may be to correct breast asymmetry, or it may be for mole removal, or perhaps to address signs of ageing on the face and neck.
Whatever the issue, the process always begins with that consultation, this your chance to talk and Elena to listen.
She will then factor in your full medical history and suggest a plan of best action and why this course of action is recommended.
It is then usual to have a second consultation, this allows time so you can consider the information from the first consultation and to take time to come to an informed decision.
As with any leading surgeon, Ms Prousskaia has no interest in pushing people towards surgeries that are not truly of benefit.
The consultation exists to find that perfect match – helping you find someone who understands your concerns and has the skills to then create the change you seek.
What should plastic surgery lead to?
It should help to create the physical change you seek, whether this is helping to remedy a cause for concern, address a sign of ageing, or perhaps create the physical change that you have always sought.
However, it should also look natural. The person who has surgery should look like themselves, only a great version of themselves.
This is where surgeon skill is so vital – avoiding the clear look of ‘work having been done’ yet still making that profound change both to appearance and confidence.
Ms Prousskaia understands that the appearance of very visible plastic surgery can be every bit as upsetting as the issue may have been pre-surgery.
About London’s Welbeck Hospital
Elena Prousskaia performs plastic surgery procedures in London from the world-class London Welbeck Hospital.
The Welbeck is a private hospital situated in the heart of London, in the Marylebone region and closer to numerous public transport links including Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Regent’s Park underground stations.
The full postcode is W1G 8EN.
There are many plastic surgeons in London and a fair percentage of these are female. You are not short of choice.
You should not consider Ms Prousskaia because she is the one of the few, instead she is one of many. However, her reputation shows she is perhaps the best.
This, though, does not come at extra cost – her prices are competitive compared to any other top, London surgeon. Ms. Prousskaia also provides comprehensive quotes at consultation so you can easily compare any price quoted against what others may charge.
To book a consultation, please call 0800 8021 886 or use our Booking Form.
London, the capital city of England, is renowned for medical expertise.
Harley Street, located in Marylebone and named after former Lord Mayor Thomas Harley, is perhaps the most famous location relating to the medical profession in the UK.
Many leading practitioners across a wide range of medical specialisms have clinics in Harley Street.
Location wise, it is highly accessible, with close proximity to Regent’s Park, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street tube stations and also mainline stations including Euston and Kings Cross.
As you would expect of a street of such influence it has featured in many cultural works and had many famous residents.
Agatha Christie regularly used Harley Street as a locations it features in, among other stories, And Then There Were None, Crooked House and Death on the Clouds.
Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility has many chapters based in London and specifically Harley Street.
Real life residents have included artist JMW Turner, Labour MP Harriet Harman and also Lionel Logue – the speech therapist who helped King George VI and is represented in the King’s Speech.