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Our Essential Dermatology & Skin Cancer practice remains open

The Cadogan Clinic will continue to offer patients medical dermatology appointments throughout the COVID crisis, as well as critical skin cancer screening and removal services.

General medical dermatology consultations will be booked remotely, with 'time critical' appointments still available in-clinic for suspected skin cancer cases.

'Same-visit' skin cancer excision will be possible for all cases indicating for immediate and urgent removal, under the care of one of our specialist surgeons.

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Mr. Olivier Branford MA(Cantab), MBBS(Lon), PhD(Lon), MRCS(Eng), FRCS(Plast)

Aesthetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon / GMC: 4528214

Mr Olivier Alexandre Branford is an Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon specialising in non-surgical and surgical cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. Mr Branford has a special interest in breast microsurgical reconstruction surgery which consists of rebuilding the breasts using the patient’s own skin, fat and/or muscle.   Mr Branford has performed over 300 successful microsurgical procedures and prides himself on the safety and quality of his clinical work. 

He graduated from Trinity College, University of Cambridge with a Masters of Arts in Natural Sciences and went on to continue his studies at Royal Free Hospital of Medicine, followed by University of London, which is where he received his PhD in tissue engineering in plastic surgery. 

Mr. Olivier Branford

During this time he was awarded a Surgical Research Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has published over 50 articles in plastic surgery journals, and a number of book chapters.

Mr Branford’s plastic surgery training has taken place in London, including Mount Vernon Hospital, The Royal Free Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital, and The Royal Marsden Hospital.

After having completed his specialist aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery training programme in a number of major hospitals in London for a period which lasted over 6 years, he has undertaken fellowships in breast, head and neck and limb microsurgical reconstruction. Mr Branford has also been involved in overseas work with the Royal College of Surgeons, which saw him teaching surgical skills in El Salvador, Central America.    

Mr Branford has a highly impressive following on social media, and is one of the most followed consultants on all of the major channels.  He uses these platforms to educate his followers on plastic surgery and the real effects it can offer patients. He is part of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Social Media Committee and has recently been appointed as the Consulting Editor for social media at PRS Journal, the number one worldwide plastic surgery journal. 

Over the last 2 years he has performed breast and gynaecological reconstruction at The Royal Marsden and at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead and has published extensively on breast beauty and on how to achieve beautiful natural outcomes in breast aesthetic surgery.

Mr. Olivier Branford Results

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Research led by Mr. Olivier Branford

  • BREAST-Q Measurement of the Patient Perspective in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery: A Systematic Review.
  • Discussion: What Does the Public Think? Examining Plastic Surgery Perceptions through the Twitterverse.

Specialist Treatments

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My approach to plastic and aesthetic surgery is to deliver enhanced, natural results that make a positive difference to my patients. Whether it be medical or aesthetic, I aim to customise each treatment plan around a patient’s needs, and try to meet their expectations the best I can.

Mr. Olivier Branford

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