• Breast augmentation, uplift, reduction and reconstruction
• Facelifts, eye, neck and ear surgery
• Body contouring and liposuction
• Male breast removal
• Skin cancer treatment.
100 Harley Street,
Dan Marsh is a highly experienced and UK trained plastic surgeon. Based in London’s renowned Harley Street but also offering clinics and treatments in Hertfordshire, he is the brains behind what’s known as the ‘invisible boob job’.
Dan is on the GMC specialist register for plastic surgery and is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. He specialises in all types of plastic and aesthetic surgery, and was drawn to cosmetic surgical procedures due to the unique challenges and opportunities that plastic surgery provides.
His initial passion and focus in surgery centred on breast and facial surgery, for both reconstructive and cosmetic purposes. Overtime he has expanded his repertoire and he is a well respected and recognised plastic surgeon.
Dan embraces the ever-improving techniques, equipment and materials available within cosmetic surgery to ensure his patients have the most comfortable experience and enjoy the very best results.
Following his graduation from Bristol University in 2001 Dan trained in general medicine and surgery before deciding to specialise in 2005. London provided much of the backdrop for Dan’s training as a plastic surgeon.
During his training, he worked in:
• Mount Vernon Hospital
• Royal Free Hospital London
Dan’s training also saw him spend time learning new techniques in leading plastic surgery clinics in Europe and the United States, as well as training in aesthetic surgery in London. He has now completed more than 3,000 plastic surgery operations – and counting.
Dan’s many memberships and appointments include:
• Registered on the GMC specialist register for Plastic Surgery
• Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
• A substantive NHS post at the Royal Free Hospital, London
• A member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons.
He also has Fellowships in the United States, where he learnt new techniques and ways of working, particularly on the use of sedation and local anaesthetic to reduce hospital stays, improve patient safety and reduce post-operative discomfort.
Dan has a PhD from University College London and continues to produce high quality research. He has over 30 peer reviewed publications, regularly presents his work at international plastic surgery meetings and has been awarded several prizes including the prestigious Hackett Memorial Prize from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).
100 Harley Street,