Mr. Vincenzo Ottaviano

Consultant Plastic Surgeon


GMC reference no: 7076986

Mr. Vincenzo Ottaviano, a consultant in plastic surgery at City Dermatology Clinic, has a distinguished background, including extensive training and consultant roles in prominent NHS Trusts like Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London. His expertise encompasses microsurgery and advanced scar minimisation techniques, focusing on the aesthetic and effective removal of moles, cysts, lipomas, and warts. With a career that includes a fellowship in Medical Retina Disease at Addenbrooke’s, significant positions in melanoma units in Italy, and contributions to international melanoma clinical trials, Mr. Ottaviano brings a wealth of knowledge and a comprehensive approach to patient care, aiming for the best possible cosmetic outcomes.

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Why choose our specialty clinic ?

Our surgeons work for world leading, prestigious teaching hospital trusts, such as Imperial College and UCL. As plastic surgeons, they’ve trained in scar minimisation techniques, so not only will you have an effective removal, you’ll also have the best possible cosmetic outcome.

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World-renowed Consultant Clinic

skin care clinic

Our top consultant doctors and surgeons have successfully performed 10,000+ procedures.

aftercare included

All dressings and plasters required are included at no extra charge, including antibiotics and a special scar prevention gel where needed.

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pricing policy

Our pricing is ALL inclusive and final, with no hidden charges, and is inclusive of VAT. All necessary aftercare, including creams, bandages, gels, and antibiotics are provided to you in-house at no extra charge.

"See-and-Treat" service

This means you can have your consultation and treatment/procedure at the same time.


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