Specialist in skin cancer, head and neck surgery, cosmetic, plastic and reconstructive facial surgery based in London and Kent.
Mr Alwyn D’Souza FRCS (OTO), FRCS (ORL-HNS) is a consultant surgeon and is Medical Director of London Facial Surgery. He specialises in cosmetic and reconstructive facial plastic surgery, as well as head and neck surgery and skin cancer.
Mr D’Souza graduated from St John's Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore, India, in 1988. He obtained higher surgical training in otolaryngology and head & neck surgery in Dublin and Birmingham. Following this, he was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training by the Specialist Training Authority of the Medical Royal Colleges. He further specialised in facial plastic surgery in Europe and North America and completed the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Examination, which is the only highly validated facial plastic surgery examination in the world.
Mr D’Souza is certified by The International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies (IFFPSS) which is a group of societies of facial plastic surgeons from various countries around the world.
Mr D’Souza has published a number of original articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and has authored chapters in facial plastic surgery textbooks. He is actively involved in training and teaching postgraduate doctors and GPs. He runs several courses and also, is an invited speaker both in the UK and internationally in the field of cosmetic and reconstructive facial plastic surgery.
Mr D’Souza is committed to providing state-of-the-art care to your utmost satisfaction. He takes pride in his abilities and looks forward to the opportunity to look after you.
Surgical facial rejuvenation
Rhinoplasty surgery can change the shape of the whole nose or just a small part, making it fit more harmoniously with the rest of the face and improve the function of the nose. Mr D’Souza is skilled in making these changes while preserving, or if need be enhancing, the function of the nose. The operation is called rhinoplasty. When rhinoplasty is combined with an operation on the septum, it is called a septorhinoplasty.
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) can correct droopy, puffy eyes, rejuvenate a tired appearance and create a more youthful look. Both upper and lower eyelid surgery can be carried out under local anaesthesia, intravenous sedation or general anaesthesia.
Prominent ear surgery (pinnaplasty or otoplasty)
Prominent ear surgery (pinnaplasty or otoplasty) is carried out to correct the deformities and set ears back closer to the head and create the most natural look. The result is a more attractive look that allows you to wear hair short or pulled and restores confidence.
Non surgical facial rejuvenation
Wrinkle relaxation treatment (SculptraTM)
SculptraTM works in the deeper layers of the skin by stimulating connective tissue build up in about 6-8 weeks after injection. The net effect is smoothing and firmness of the treated areas of the face. The number of injections required to obtain the desired effect depends on many factors. After the initial assessment, we will be able to give an idea of the number of treatments you may require.
Restylane® is a safe and natural cosmetic dermal filler that restores volume and fullness to the skin to correct facial wrinkles and folds. It is made of hyaluronic acid, a natural substance that already exists in the human body.
Perlane, like Restylane®, is dermal filler with long lasting effects. Once injected into the skin with an ultra-fine needle, perlane adds volume and helps to diminish fine lines
Initially, a thorough assessment of the facial wrinkles is carried out to determine the exact areas (muscles) that require Botox injection. Botox is then injected into the required muscles using a tiny micro needle. Following the treatment with Botox, the skin over the muscles remains smooth and even. Injected muscles are paralysed for about two to three days while untreated areas continue to work as normal.
- Chemical peels
Benign facial skin lesions
- Skin Tags
- Basal cell carcinoma
- Squamous cell carcinoma
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