Mr Vivek Sivarajan
MBChB MRCCS MD FRCS (Plast.)
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Mr Sivarajan qualified as a Doctor from Edinburgh University in 1997 before working in the Professorial departments of Medicine and Surgery in Glasgow. Following this, he was selected to work at the University College London Hospital under the tutelage of the Professor of Plastic Surgery.
He qualified as a surgeon in 2001 and has specialised in plastic surgery since. After appointment to the highly competitive London Training Scheme in 2003, he returned to Glasgow to complete his surgical training and took up a post as Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Internationally Renowned Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit, where he had special interests in breast surgery, microsurgery and laser surgery.
He now works entirely in the private sector undertaking mainly aesthetic treatments and cosmetic surgery, though he still has interests in breast reconstruction and skin cancer.
Vivek has published 20 research papers to date and presented his work at conferences around the world including Thailand, Florence and Los Angeles. He has made a total of 22 presentations at National and International Meetings and was awarded Scholarships to attend the American and International Laser Meetings. His work was selected as being amongst the best presented at the 2003 American Meeting.
To further his experience and learn special surgical techniques, Vivek spent time training in Tokyo, Taipei and Melbourne. A passionate supporter of medical education, he is also an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Glasgow University Medical School.
- British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
- British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS)
- British Medical Association (BMA)
- General Medical Council Reg. No. 4445432
- Liposuction (Vaser and Smart)
- Breast surgery
- Abdominoplasty surgery
- Fat transfer surgery
- Facial rejuvenation surgery
- Minor operations – earlobe correction, mole removal, nipple reduction and inverted nipple correction.