Monday, April 21, 2014

Breast Surgery Specialist

About Mr Rezai

Dr Allen Rezai

Dr Allen Rezai

Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Allen Rezai is a fully trained and Board-certified  Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon with a comprehensive surgical background, combining the most up-to-date scientific information with his acknowledged expertise in cosmetic surgery.

Mr Rezai obtained his medical degree in 1993, becoming fully registered to practice medicine. However, unlike many cosmetic surgeons, his early career involved several years in training and practice in cosmetic surgery, including breast and head and neck reconstruction.

Already the recipient of many honours, Mr Rezai possesses a distinguished academic record and today has a successful cosmetic surgery practice in London’s famous Harley Street, attracting patients from around the world.

He has an enormous breadth of cosmetic surgical experience and has personally performed literally thousands of the major cosmetic procedures. He has a particular interest in esthetic surgery of the breast and in facial surgery.

Mr Rezai has also both written and presented extensively on many aspects of plastic and esthetic surgery.



  • Breast reduction and mastopexy in local and sedation anaesthesia

  • Breast augmentation using sedation and local anaesthesia

  • Diagnosis and treatment of malign melanoma

  • Evaluation of basic microsurgery technique

  • Scalp reconstruction after radiotherapy treatment

  • Face and neck rejuvenation


  • Breast Surgery – “A Patient’s Guide” – 2009

  • Rev.”Umbilical Locater – Bringing simplicity to surgery”- July 2008

  • Performing Breast Augmentation under Well Monitored Sedation Anaesthesia – May 2004

  • Evaluation and Result of Reduction Labiaplasty – Oct 2003

  • Modality treatment for scalp reconstruction – May 2001

  • Reconstructions of defects at the scalp, forehead and temporal area after tumour therapy – Dec 2001

  • Woven vascular microsurgical prostheses – Jan 2001

  • Reconstruction with microsurgery technique after tumour resection in head and neck – Dec 2000

  • Scalp defects reconstruction by free flaps – Jan 2000

  • Multiple free flaps reconstruction in head and neck due to cancer demolition – May 1999

  • Penis reconstruction with radialis free flap – 1998

  • Acute intra operative arterial elongation – Feb 1998

  • Alzheimer’s disease and associated change – Jan 1989