Andrew Morritt – Plastic surgeon, Sheffield
Andrew Morritt is a specialist Plastic surgeon and Cosmetic surgeon based in Sheffield. Mr Morritt is registered as a Plastic surgeon by the General Medical Council (Registration number 4716565). Andrew has a busy cosmetic surgery private practice in Sheffield. Mr Morritt also undertakes reconstructive plastic surgery for the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Andrew is a Full Member of the BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons). Mr Morritt regularly treats patients from South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Chesterfield, Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley, Worksop, Leeds and London.
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Cosmetic surgery – Sheffield
Mr Morritt performs cosmetic surgery at the Claremont Private Hospital and BMI Thornbury Hospital in Sheffield. He listens to his patients and customises operations to take into account their requests where possible. In contrast to ‘general’ Plastic surgeons who undertake all possible operations, Andrew specialises in cosmetic breast surgery (breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast uplift and revision breast surgery), body plastic surgery (tummy tuck, arm reduction, thigh lifts and liposuction), eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) and prominent ear correction surgery. Mr Morritt uses many of the latest cosmetic surgery techniques.
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Reconstructive plastic surgery
Mr Morritt has popularised the use of the latest complex breast reconstruction techniques in Sheffield. These include the DIEP flap, the SIEA flap and the TUG flap. In addition, he frequently removes sarcoma or skin cancer and also rebuilds limbs after trauma.
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