Clinical expertise

Miss Pari-Naz Mohanna is a consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals.

She performs treatments such as:

  • aesthetic surgery of the face including brow lift, upper and lower lid blepharoplasty, face and neck lift
  • breast surgery – breast augmentation, breast reduction, mastopexy, symmeterisation surgery and gynaecomastia (male breasts)
  • body contouring – liposuction/liposculpture, lipofilling, abdominoplasty, total body lift, thigh lift, arm lift and buttock enlargement
  • reconstruction of the perineal region including labia reduction
  • reconstruction of the breast, skin and colorectal regions following cancer resection
  • reconstruction of the abdomen following complex hernias and post pregnancy
  • management of complex wounds
  • non-surgical rejuvenation with Botox and fillers


She graduated with honours from the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals ranking first in her year.

Pari-Naz was awarded the Royal College of Surgeons research fellowship and the Arris and Gale Lectureship for her Doctorate in Medicine (MD) degree, having spent 2 years at the Blond McIndoe Centre developing techniques to enhance nerve regeneration. Pari-Naz was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery, FRCS (Plast) in 2006.


  • 2004: RSM Annual Scientific Surgery Prize
  • 2003: Arris and Gale Lectureship
  • 2002: Journal of Hand Surgery Prize for Best Paper
  • 2002: EURAPS Award for Best Scientific Paper
  • 2001: BASO Annual Scientific Prize for best Free Paper Presentation
  • 2000: The Royal College of Surgeons of England Research Fellowship
  • 2000: The Royal Free Hospital Special Trustees Research Fellowship
  • 1994: United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’
  • UMDS Medal for highest achievement in the Final MBBS
  • 1994: Distinction in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • 1994: Distinction in Medicine
  • 1994: Distinction in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • 1994: Distinction in Surgery