Alok Misra is a consultant plastic surgeon offering bespoke cosmetic surgery to patients in London and the south east.
He trained at UCL Medical School, gaining the MBBS qualifications and the Chadwick prize in preventative medicine and public health. He then spent time training as a junior surgeon in Greater London and then was granted entry to the West Midlands plastic surgery programme; spending 6 years training in plastic and cosmetic surgery.
Mr Misra previously work as a NHS consultant plastic surgeon at Heatherwood, Wexham and Frimley Park hospitals, but made the decision to leave, after nearly 10 years, to fully concentrate on his private practice. He continues his specialist interest in hand and wrist surgery, skin cancer, microvascular reconstruction, abdominal and perineum reconstruction and all aspects of cosmetic surgery in his current independent practice.
In 2007 Alok passed the FRCS (Plast) exam and then specialised in microvascular reconstruction of the breast, face and lower limb at the internationally renowned Chang Gung Hospital (Taiwan) and Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit (Glasgow) before undertaking further aesthetic fellowship training.
Following this he was appointed consultant plastic surgeon in East Yorkshire, where he specialised in reconstructive breast surgery (including the DIEP flap) for breast cancer patients and facial reconstruction, before returning to London.