Mr Aadil Khan
Mr Khan's practice encompasses all aspects of reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the breast and abdomen. He completed his specialist training in several of London's largest Plastic surgery centres before completing further fellowship training in London and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA. He is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at The Royal Marsden Hospital.
A popular form of cosmetic surgery in which a surgeon removes excess abdominal skin and fatty tissue.
Our specialist surgeons draw on years of experience to offer body sculpting procedures. This type of surgery aims to enhance and shape your body
Our specialist surgeons draw on years of experience to offer breast augmentation – surgery using implants to enlarge the breasts and improve their shape.
Surgery for benign skin problems
We offer a range of precise and quick surgical treatments for the removal of moles, warts, cysts and other harmless skin lesions.
Breast uplift (mastopexy)
Our specialist surgeons draw on years of experience to offer breast uplift procedures.
Mr Khan read medicine at Brasenose College, Oxford before completing his specialist training in Plastic surgery in the London Deanery. During this time, he also obtained a Master's in Public Health from Harvard University and a PhD from the Institute of Cancer Research, London.
He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and was admitted onto the GMC’s specialist register for Plastic surgery in 2018. He is a member of both the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).
He was appointed as a Consultant Plastic surgeon at The Royal Marsden Hospital in 2019. He is fellowship trained in both reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, having completed a nationally-appointed fellowship in aesthetic surgery in London, and an international fellowship in reconstructive microsurgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA.
His specialist interests include all aspects of breast reconstruction after mastectomy, complex cancer reconstruction and microsurgery for lymphoedema (including lymphaticovenous anastomosis and vascularised lymph node transfer). He performs over 200 reconstructive procedures and over 60 complex, microsurgical procedures a year for reconstruction after cancer surgery.
Mr Khan maintains a strong academic practice that centres around implantable medical devices and breast implant capsule biology (including capsular contracture and breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL)) and the clinical evaluation of surgery for lymphoedema. He is the chief investigator of the BASILICA breast implant capsule biobanking study and holds leadership roles in clinical trials evaluating microsurgical interventions in lymphoedema.
In addition, he sits on research governance and national trial steering committees in Plastic surgery and has a track record of PhD supervision that has yielded high-impact peer-reviewed publications, grant funding and invited lectures at international meetings.
5 Devonshire Place
London W1G 6HL
- Consultant Plastic Surgeon
The Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Associate Honorary Faculty
The Institute of Cancer Research
- MSc Faculty in Aesthetic Surgery
University College London
- Lymphoedema surgery
- Reconstructive microsurgery
- Year qualified 2002
- Brasenose College, Oxford University 1999 - 2002