Mr Greg O’Toole qualified at Sheffield University and went on to undertake higher plastic surgery training in Oxford; Paris, France; and Sydney, Australia including a six month fellowship in hand surgery at the prestigious Institut de la Main in Paris. He was awarded the Plastic Surgery Specialist Fellowship by the Royal College of Surgeons and is a Fellow of the European Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.
Mr O’Toole specialises in plastic surgery for ear reconstruction and is on the advisory board of the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) for ear surgery. He has performed hundreds of prominent (bat) ear corrections and currently treats patients at the Royal Free Hospital, London.
His specialist interests include surgery for infants with problems of the skin, hand and face. His surgical expertise in the treatment of adults include ear reconstruction, facial surgery, cosmetic surgery and hand surgery.
Mr Greg O'Toole's Places of Practice
Treatments for Correcting Prominent Ears
Prominence of the ears is a very common condition and it can often causes sufferers significant distress. Teasing at school frequently begins at around six or seven years of age and although some children cope perfectly well and are unconcerned many become quite upset as a result. In adulthood, some people learn to adapt but others continue to be very aware and self-conscious of the prominence of their ears.Read full article
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