Paul Tulley


Cosmetic and Reconstructive (for the face, breast and body) Surgeon

Mr Tulley's main areas of interest are facial rejuvenation surgery (including face and necklift and blepharoplasty), rhinoplasty and complex revision rhinoplasty, cosmetic breast surgery, and abdominoplasty and body contouring. He also specialises in surgery for facial palsy (facial reanimation), skin cancer and abdominal wall reconstruction

Paul Tulley graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London in 1993. Mr Tulley completed his early general surgical training at Charing Cross and University College Hospitals, becoming a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1997.

Mr Tulley commenced his plastic surgical training at Mount Vernon Hospital, initially as a research fellow at the RAFT Institute of Plastic Surgery and was awarded an MD by the University of London in 2001. Mr Tulley subsequently completed specialist training in plastic surgery on the Pan-Thames Plastic Surgery programme, London joining the GMC specialist register for plastic surgery in 2007.

Mr Paul Tulley subsequently undertook further specialist training in microsurgical reconstruction during fellowships in Taipei, Taiwan and Toronto. He gained additional experience in cosmetic surgery during a fellowship at the Wellington Hospital, London and further training in the United States.


"If you are a person who values their looks and has very definite views on how they want to age then I cannot recommend Mr Tulley highly enough. He is definitely a surgeon I trust to make you look the best you are able."

Book an appointment today by calling +44 (0) 20 7467 3000.

To pay for your consultation and treatment we welcome patients who wish to self-fund, have private health insurance or wish to explore finance options.


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