Mr Fulvio Urso-Baiarda is a consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon who works in the NHS and also privately in Berkshire. He completed his medical degree at Oxford University and went on to train in plastic surgery in Yorkshire and Australia. Following that, he undertook subspecialist training in cosmetic surgery London and New York.
Fulvio has been awarded numerous prizes for his work spanning diverse topics from medical science to trauma research. He won the BAPRAS Kay-Kilner Prize for Evidence-Based Plastic Surgery, the BAPRAS Barron Prize for advancing a painless suture removal technique for children, and the prestigious BAAPS Travelling Fellowship in Cosmetic Surgery. His involvement in research covers limb reconstruction, nerve regeneration and wound healing, for which he is frequently approached for advice by industry pioneers. His work in research has been published extensively in medical journals over the last 20 years. He also serves on the editorial board for two medical journals and is the editor of the popular aesthetic textbook Evidence-Based Cosmetic Surgery.
Fulvio's main assets include his approachable demeanor, his straightforward appraisal of the likely outcome of their surgery and his emphasis on safety.
During his spare time, Fulvio is passionate about arts and is a keen cyclist. He does a lot of charitable work including cycling from London to Paris for a reconstructive charity and travelling to Sierra Leone to perform reconstructive surgery in the aftermath of the civil war. He is happily married and lives in Windsor with his wife, two children, two guinea pigs and a puppy.
BM BCh (1999) - Oxford University
General Medical Council
British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS)
British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
Royal College of Surgeons (RCS)