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Mr Hiroshi Nishikawa MA MD FRCS(Plast)

Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon

Mr Nishikawa's outstanding technique, attention to detail and reassuring bedside manner has made him a highly sought-after cosmetic surgeon for rejuvenation of the face and body. An experienced craniofacial surgeon, he pioneered the use of local anaesthetic with sedation for cosmetic procedures here at The Westbourne Centre, and is one of the founding directors.

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Qualifications

BSC Hons - University of Cambridge
MA MD (Cambridge)
CCST Accreditation plastic surgery
FRCS (Eng)
FRCS (Plastic)
GMC Specialist Register for Plastics since March 1996


GMC Number

2573614


Professional Societies

Member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS)
Member of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
Member of the European Society for Craniofacial Surgery (ESCFS)
Member of the International Society for Craniofacial Surgery (ISCFS)
Member of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM)


Full Biography

Mr Hiroshi Nishikawa graduated from Cambridge University. He has trained all over the world, including the UK, Australia, Taiwan and Japan where he received specialist training in cosmetic, craniofacial and plastic reconstructive surgery. He practices cosmetic surgery at The Westbourne Centre and specialises in the rejuvenation of the face and body. He is pioneering the techniques of cosmetic procedures using a local anaesthetic with sedation for all surgical procedures.

He previously held the position of consultant plastic surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham where he was the clinical lead of the Craniofacial unit dealing with facial deformity, facial palsy and vascular anomalies. He has since retired from the NHS and focuses solely on his private practice here at The Westbourne Centre.

He is widely published and is both a national and international lecturer. He is on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery and he is a member of BAPRAS and BAAPS. 

Mr Nishikawa has featured in Tatler Magazine's Beauty & Cosmetic Guide 2018, being named as 'Best in Class' for his facelift procedures.

He has also featured in Health Awareness' Cosmetic Innovations campaign in The Guardian where he talked about the benefits of having surgery without a general anaesthetic.

Patient Stories

"I can finally stop wearing a padded bra!"

Claire had breast augmentation surgery with Mr Fazel Fatah. Read her story...  The Decision For as long as I can remember I have always wanted bigger boobs. As a teenager, I would spend countless hours wishing for my boobs to be bigger and even plotted with my best friend to have cosmetic...

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