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Richard C Young General surgeon London

MA, BM BCh, FRCS, FRCS (Plast)

Specialist in Plastic Surgery

Breast Reconstruction, Breast surgery, Complex wound care management, Cosmetic breast surgery, Craniofacial , Dermatological surgery, Facial surgery, Non surgical cosmetic treatment, Paediatric craniofacial surgery, Prominent ears, Reconstructive surgery, Rhinology, Skin cancer, Soft tissue injuries,

  • Name Mr Richard C Young
    GMC Number 4030892
    Address 152 Harley Street
    Town/City London
    Post Code W1G 7LH
    Speciality Plastic Surgery
    Sub-Speciality Breast Reconstruction, Breast surgery, Complex wound care management, Cosmetic breast surgery, Craniofacial , Dermatological surgery, Facial surgery, Non surgical cosmetic treatment, Paediatric craniofacial surgery, Prominent ears, Reconstructive surgery, Rhinology, Skin cancer, Soft tissue injuries,
    Work Place NHS: Chelsea & Westminster Hospital.
    Private: 152 Harley Street, London W1G 7LH
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  • Qualifications MA, BM BCh, FRCS, FRCS (Plast)
    Specialist Interest Plastic surgery (adults and children), reconstructive, craniofacial, aesthetic surgery and non-surgical rejuvenation. Elective and emergency. Secondary trauma reconstruction. Skin cancer and complex skin / soft tissue reconstruction. Prominent ears.
    Profile Summary Richard Young studied medicine at Oxford and Cambridge Universities. After qualifying he returned to teach at Cambridge University and tutor at Downing College before starting his general surgical training at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol.

    Mr Young passed the Fellowship exam of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS) in 1997 and subsequently started his Plastic Surgery training in 1998. This was initially in Bristol before being appointed to a surgical research fellowship at the Blond McIndoe Laboratories where he undertook novel research in nerve repair following injury.

    Mr Young went on to complete specialist training and higher surgical training in Hong Kong, London and Belgium working in some of the world’s most renowned hospital such as Great Ormond Street, The Royal Marsden and The University Hospital, Gent. He was awarded the specialist fellowship in Plastic Surgery, FRCS (Plast), in 2007 and gained his Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in 2008 with entry on to the GMS Specialist Plastic Surgery register. The same year he was appointed as a Consultant in the Craniofacial Plastic Surgery Department at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London where his NHS practice is still based.

    At Chelsea and Westminster Hospital he undertakes craniofacial, facial and general plastic surgery. He has a special interest in skin cancer and trauma. He is a core member of the Skin Cancer Team and works closely with consultant colleagues in oculoplastic surgery, ENT, maxillofacial and neurosurgery.

    Since 2010 he has been in private practice where he offers facial and body cosmetic rejuvenation utilising non-surgical and surgical techniques in addition to adult and paediatric general plastic and reconstructive surgery.

    The private practice at 150 Harley Street has a well established dedicated team with a long tradition of providing excellent patient care. You will be offered the highest standard of independent advice, treatment and aftercare.
    Affiliations BAAPS, BAPRAS, BMA
    Website www.nwal.co.uk
  • 1) Sanudo J, Young R, Abrahams PH
    Brachioradialis muscle inserting on the third metacarpal
    Journal of Anatomy 1996; 188: 732-733

    2) Young R, Sanudo J, Mirapeix R, Abrahams PH
    Accessory tendons of the extensor carpi radialis muscles
    European Journal of Anatomy 1998; 2: 1-5

    3) Hughes DA, Davies DR, Young R, Toogood GJ, Roake JA, Gray DW, Morris PJ
    Fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) detection of early renal allograft infection with Candida glabrata - a case report
    Cytopathology 1999; 10(5): 349-353

    4) Mohanna PN, Young RC, Terenghi G
    Improved peripheral nerve repair with a composite poly-3-hydroxybutyrate-glial growth factor conduit.
    Tissue Engineering 2001; 7(5): 613

    5) Burd A, Young RC, Poon V
    Tissue Engineering-A Shifting Paradigm
    Burns 2002; 28(3): 285-286

    6) Young RC, Wiberg M, Johansson-Rudén G, Terenghi G
    A resorbable PHB conduit for long gap peripheral nerve repair
    British Journal of Plastic Surgery 2002; 55(3): 235-240

    7) Young RC, Ho WS, Ying SY, Burd AB
    Chemical Assaults in Hong Kong: A 10 year review
    Burns 2002; 28(7): 651-653

    8) Mohanna P, Young RC, Wiberg M, Terenghi G
    A composite polyhydroxylate-glial growth factor conduit for long nerve gap repairs
    Journal of Anatomy 2003; 203:553-565

    9) Young RC, Burd A
    Paediatric Upper Limb Contracture Release Following Burn Injury
    Burns 2004; 30(7): 723-728

    10) Ramikrishnan R, Young RC, Powell B, Cook MJ
    Features of sentinel lymph nodes for melanoma may lead to rediagnosis of the cutaneous primary: An unusual case and review of literature.
    Virchows Archiv 2004; 445(5): 527-530

    11) Chiu TW, Young RC, Chan YS, Burd A, Lo YMD
    Plasma Cell-free DNA as an Indicator of Severity of Injury in Burns Patients
    Clin Chem Lab Med 2006; 44:13-7

    12) McArdle A, Young R, Kelly MH.
    Chin projection preferences for the female Caucasian.
    Irish Journal of Medical Science. Vol 180. Supplement 3. DOI 10.1007/s11845-011-0693-5.

    13) McArdle A, Young R, Kelly MH.
    Preferences for the nasal supratip break.
    Irish Journal of Medical Science. Vol 180. Supplement 3. DOI 10.1007/s11845-011-0693-5.

    14) Abela C, Shams P, Nelson L, Ferner R, Collier J, Grant W, Eccles S, Young R, Joshi N, Kirkpatrick N (London).
    Clinical Outcomes in the management of severe orbito-temporal neurofibromatosis

    15) Hachach-Haram N, Gregori M, Kirkpatrick N, Young R, Collier J
    Complications of facial fillers: resource implications for NHS hospitals.
    BMJ Case Reports 2013:Published 28 January 2013; doi:10.1136/bcr-2012-007141
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