Breast reduction/ uplift, implants, reconstruction, gynaecomastia (male breast reduction), Abdominoplasty (tummy-tuck), Armlift, Labiaplasty, Post weight-loss surgery, Botox, Fillers
Breast, Cosmetic and Reconstructive surgery
Anita Hazari has been a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the world- famous Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, East Grinstead since 2006 and provides a plastic surgery service to East Kent. As the Oncoplastics Breast Lead 2009-12 , Anita was a key member of the Kent Breast Cancer Network, helping to formulate the breast reconstruction pathway, policy for pre-op screening in breast reduction surgery and the use of lipofilling in breasts. She was on BAPRAS council 2013-2015, during which time she served on the Finance Committee, ABS Council and was the lead for National Commissioning. She established the UK National Flap Registry (UKNFR) in 2015 with cross-speciality participation from BAPRAS, BAOMS, BAHNO, ABS & BSSH. She is the UKNFR National Audit Lead.
Anita is a member of the Court of Examiners for the FRCS(Plast) examinations held by the UK InterCollegiate Specialty Board in Plastic Surgery. Anita is a certified Educational Supervisor with the KSS (Kent, Surrey & Sussex) Deanery. She loves to teach and regularly lectures plastic surgery trainees, nurses and breast care nurses .
Anita is a fully accredited specialist in plastic surgery, and is on the Specialist Register in Plastic Surgery with the General Medical Council and is a full member of BAPRAS, BAAPS and ABS.
Colleagues and patients find that Anita has a straight-forward manner and that she is honest in her assessment of what is achievable with surgery. As a female consultant plastic surgeon, she encourages women to choose the ‘natural’ look, instilling confidence in their appearance, and to be comfortable in their own skin. Anita is privileged to have earned the trust of several nurses, doctors and professional women as her patients, and they have been delighted with the outcome of their surgery.
Anita has written several papers on breast reconstruction. Her research thesis was on nerve regeneration and the Royal College of Surgeons of England recognised her original work in nerve grafting, awarding a Hunterian Professorship in 1999.