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Mr Walid Sabbagh, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Specialist Details
Full name

Mr Walid Sabbagh




Consultant Plastic Surgeon


Plastic surgery, Paediatric plastic surgery

Site specialisation

Ear reconstruction, cosmetic surgery

Site specialisation 2
Clinical interests

Facial plastic surgery, ear reconstruction

Background Information

Walid Sabbagh qualified from the University of Aberdeen in 1992 and became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1996. He trained in Plastic Surgery in the leading centres in London. He is currently a consultant at the Royal Free Hospital in London where he provides a national service for complex ear deformities. His interests include ear reconstruction and aesthetic surgery. 
Mr Sabbagh has published comprehensively within the Plastic Surgery journals and regularly presents his work at national and international meetings. He is also a course tutor at the Royal College of Surgeons. His personal interests include travelling, cycling and family activities.

Languages spoken

English, Arabic

Regular Cromwell clinics


Clinic days

Mon: Tue: Wed: pmThurs: Fri: Sat:

Appointments telephone number

020 7460 5700

Additional Career Information
Year qualified



Full Member: BAPRAS   BAAPS    ISAPS

NHS hospitals

Royal Free

Research interests

Projects undergoing to refine the outcome of autologous ear reconstruction

Key published papers

Sabbagh W, Masters JRW, Afoke A, Duffy PG, Brown RAProperties of collagen sponges for use in developing autologous grafts. British Journal of Urology 1998, Vol. 81, Suppl 3 Sabbagh W, Masters JRW, Duffy PG, Herbage D, Brown RAThe in vitro assessment of a collagen sponge for engineering a urothelial graft. British Journal of Urology 1998; 82 (6): 888-894 Sabbagh W, Withey S, Gault DA simple alternative to ear reconstruction. British Journal of Plastic Surgery. 1999; 52 (1): 80-81 Sabbagh W, Grobbelaar AO, Clark C, Smith PJ, Harrison DH. Long-term results of digital arthrodesis with the Harrison- Nicolle peg.  British Journal of Hand Surgery 2001; 26B: 6: 568-571 Sabbagh W, Shafighian A, Harrison DHUpper lip deficiency in the Moebius Syndrome; A previously unreported feature. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 2003 Dec; 112 (7): 1762-7


Media coverage

Our consultants regularly contribute to hospital publications, as well as national newspaper articles and television coverage.