Amir Tadros is a highly trained and extensively qualified plastic surgeon.
He embarked on the plastic surgery pathway in 1996 after obtaining 2 degrees from King's college in London and Leicester University Medical School (MBChB and BSc). After 4 years as a junior doctor, he gained fellowship status from both the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Glasgow in September and October 2000. MRCS(Glas), MRCS(Edin).
Amir continued his higher training in plastic surgery by researching tissue engineering for a period of 3 years at the department of vascular surgery/ Leicester University. Under the guidance of Professor/Sir Peter Bell, he was a awarded an M.D. for his thesis.
In addition to his university commitments, he continued to train in plastic surgery at Nottingham City Hospital to ensure he maintained his speciality skills in this field.
In 2004, Amir was successfully appointed for the highly competitive Pan Scotland Specialist Registrar Plastic Surgery Program. After 6 years of intensive training, he graduated from the internationally renowned Canniesburn Plastic Surgery unit in Glasgow, which is one of the top institutions in the world with a long track record in pioneering plastic surgery methods.
In 2010, his training culminated in being accepted as a fellow in the Royal college of plastic surgeons and was awarded the title FRCS(plast). He was also enrolled as a plastic surgeon on the Specialist Register at the General Medical Council.
He then went on to sit the Federation of European Societies for surgery of the hand and was also awarded a diploma FESSH (dip).
After accepting a consultant plastic surgery post in Aberdeen, Amir decided to further develop his skills in reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery.
He was privileged to be offered a fellowship at St Thomas' Hospital in London, one of the top international centres in reconstructive surgery around today.
His fellowship at St Thomas' Hospital in London allowed him valuable learning opportunities in cutting edge surgery and treatments by some of the legendary names in plastic surgery. This experience played a defining role in ensuring that Amir can offer the best and latest techniques in breast, head and neck and hand surgery to his patients.
Amir eventually started his consultant post in June 2011 at Aberdeen After a further period of training in Aesthetic surgery at Dallas, Texas and Athens, Greece.
He is currently a consultant in Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery as well as an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen.
He also consults and operates privately at the Albyn Hospital in Aberdeen.