ABOUT

My Story

Hello and welcome to Medisculpt.

My name is Helena Antoniadou, I am a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon.

I have worked in the private sector since 2004 and have completed thousands of the most common cosmetic and reconstructive procedures.

 

My moto is listening to the patient's needs, setting your expectations right and paying attention to detail.

I believe in good communication,quality and consistency and as a female surgeon I have empathy and  honesty and discretion.

 

If you are looking to improve an aspect of your appearance, correct an asymmetry, set the clock back, reverse the effects of gravity, ageing, pregnancies, freshen up, if you have scars that you want to disguise or improve, if you are looking for natural results or a more dramatic change, come and have a consultation with me.I will listen to you, give you options and tell you what to expect and how to prepare.

 

Cosmetic surgery is within reach and can make a real difference to your confidence and sense of well being.

My Career

I graduated from medical school in Greece and trained in Plastic Surgery in the UK in various renowned Plastic Surgery units.

 

I hold a fellowship of the European Board Of Plastic And Reconstructive Surgeons and also a fellowship in Breast Reconstruction and Aesthetic Surgery from France.

 

I am  on the specialist register of the General Medical Council for Plastic Surgeons, My GMC number is 3700956.

 

I worked as a consultant at various NHS hospitals such as the world famous Stoke Mandeville hospital and the City Hospital in Birmingham, I have also gained a wealth of experience in cosmetic surgery having worked in the private sector for over ten years. I have a precise but relaxed manner, approachable, caring and will support you throughout your journey making you feel safe and well looked after.

Professional memberships of ISAPS and UKAAPS.

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8 Tinshill Lane | Cookridge | Leeds | Ls16 7AP | Phone: 07950 591104 | Email: info@medisculpt.com 

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