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Saturday, 07 September 2013 07:46

Manolis Heliotis, FRCS (OMFS), FDS RCS, MSc, MBChB (Stell), BDS (Wits) is the Clinical Director, Head and Neck Directorate and Consultant Maxillofacial and Oral Surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Imperial School of Medicine

Mr Heliotis graduated with a medical degree from the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa in 1996 and underwent all his post graduate surgical training in the UK by rotating through some of the best training hospitals for his speciality.
He also holds a degree in dentistry from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg which he obtained in 1991. Mr Heliotis is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the Imperial College London, and a Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon at St Mary's Hospital London for their Major Trauma management.

Mr Heliotis has performed, taught and supervised well over 4,000 procedures on people's faces in his career ranging from complex facial deformity, jaw surgery, cosmetic facial surgery, cranio-maxillofacial and orbital trauma, and post traumatic facial deformity correction, septo-rhinoplasties for cosmetic and post traumatic nasal corrections, facial cosmetic implants, salivary gland surgery, head and neck skin cancer resections, and reconstructions of nose, ear, eyelid, orbital and all other facial defects.
Mr Heliotis foremost professional aim is clinical excellence, to give the best care possible to every single patient, together with the empathy, understanding and ethos that the Hippocratic Oath demands.
He is fully registered both with the General Medical Council and the General Dental Council. Publications / Positions / Interests - Presentations nationally and internationally in medical and scientific conferences. - Specialty Lead in North West London for the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Networking Coordinating Centre.


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