Miss Victoria Rose, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Miss Victoria Rose MBBS MRCS FRCS (plast) PGCME LLM

Consultant Plastic Surgeon

MBBS MRCS FRCS (plast) PGCME LLM
HCA-Healthcare-UK

Areas of expertise

  • Lower limb trauma reconstruction
  • Microsurgical breast reconstruction
  • Complex breast reconstruction
  • Gynaecological reconstruction
HCA-Healthcare-UK

Recommendations for Miss Rose

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Recommended by:

  • by Mr David Gateley, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

    I recommend Miss Victoria Rose because of her care as a doctor and her technical ability as a plastic surgeon. She is always honest and gives the right advice.

  • by Mr David Gateley, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

    I recommend Miss Victoria Rose because of her care as a doctor and her technical ability as a plastic surgeon. She is always honest and gives the right advice.

  • Address

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Virtual

    • The Lister Hospital

      Chelsea Bridge Road , London, SW1W 8RH

    • London Bridge Hospital

      27 Tooley Street , London, SE1 2PR

    • The Princess Grace Hospital

      42-52 Nottingham Place , London, W1U 5NY

    About Miss Victoria Rose

    GMC number: 4206563

    Year qualified: 1995

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Areas of expertise

    • Abdominoplasty
    • Aesthetic breast surgery
    • Arm and thigh reduction
    • Blepharoplasty
    • Breast enlargement
    • Breast reconstruction
    • Breast surgery
    • Complex breast reconstruction
    • Cosmetic breast surgery
    • Chest wall reconstruction
    • Dermatological surgery
    • Gynaecological reconstruction
    • Lower limb
    • Lower limb trauma
    • Male chest wall surgery
    • Microsurgery
    • Microsurgical breast reconstruction
    • Reconstructive surgery
    • Skin tumours
    • Soft tissue injuries
    • Trauma reconstruction

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    The most common thing that I do is reconstruction after a breast cancer – ladies with breast cancer that are looking at having a mastectomy.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    The bulk of what I do is, obviously, breast surgery. I offer reconstruction without using implants. It's the main procedure that I do. I also do a lot of symmetrisation if she's had breast cancer or a breast lump and been left in breast asymmetry. I do a lot of nipple reconstruction.

    I do congenital breast deformities if you're born with one breast that is not the same size as the other. I can either enlarge that for you or reduce the other side or uplift to improve the symmetry of the breast.

    With regard to gender surgery, I do a lot of breast surgery for transgender people (for women who want to be men and for men who want to be women). I can either masculine a chest or, obviously, use breast implants on trans women.

    Another one of my specialties is lower limb trauma. I work for King's Major Trauma Centre and I do all their limb reconstruction. It's mainly conjoined orthopaedic problems. If there's any skin problems arising from any sort of orthopaedic intervention, I deal with them – from resurfacing to scar relief to tendon transfers, et cetera.

    I do cosmetic procedures. I do do cosmetic breast surgery, if you want to be larger or smaller. I do do tummy tucks because it's a big part of what I do. When I reconstruct breasts, I use abdominal tissue and, sometimes, thigh and buttock tissue to make breasts. I have a lot of experience with abdominoplasty-type procedures.

    Finally, it would be more minor benign skin lesions, such as moles, skin tags and the like.

    These would comprise the bulk of my practice.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    My main subspecialist interest is microsurgery. It's where I did all my training in. It's something that I do in the NHS at least two, if not three, times a week. It's where the breast reconstruction comes from and the limb reconstruction comes from, but I do get asked to deal with any big deformity.

  • Professional memberships

    Royal College of Surgeons
    British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
    British Medical Association (BMA)

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