Miss Sujatha Tadiparthi graduated from medical school in 2002. She finished her basic surgical training and became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons by 2008. After undertaking additional surgical research, Miss Tadiparthi completed her specialist plastic surgery training in the UK and passed the Royal College plastic surgery examination (FRCS plas) in 2013. She went on to gain further specialised training in breast surgery, breast reconstruction and microsurgery. A prestigious cosmetic fellowship at the London Wellington hospital allowed her to work with some leading cosmetic surgeons in London and gain a wide breadth of training in cosmetic surgery including breast, facial and body contouring procedures. After being awarded a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) by the Royal College, she was entered into the General Medical Council (GMC) specialist register for plastic surgery in 2014. An active involvement in plastic surgical research led her to publish 6 book chapters and 22 journal articles with presentations at over 75 national and international surgical meetings.
Miss Tadiparthi has over 15 years of experience in the field of plastic surgery. Her extensive specialist plastic surgery training in the UK has allowed her to gain considerable experience in both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgical techniques and she often combines these two complimentary fields to get the best possible outcome for her patients. As a full member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), she endeavours to provide the safest and best possible care to her patients.
Miss Tadiparthi is well known for her friendly and approachable manner with her patients. As one of the very few female plastic surgeons working in London, she shows great empathy and spends time to gain a good understanding of her patient’s needs and expectations. Following surgery, she aims to provide excellent after care and ensures that her patients are adequately guided and supported through the recovery process.
Skin: moles, cysts, fatty lumps (lipomas).
Cosmetic breast surgery: augmentation, reduction, uplift (mastopexy), post-implant revisional surgery, breast asymmetry, nipple and areola surgery.
Body: tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), labiaplasty, liposuction, arm lift.
Scars: scar revision and general scar management.
Head neck procedures: upper eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), prominent ears (pinnaplasty), split ear lobes.
Post-weight loss surgery: arm lift, thigh lift, lower body lift, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty).