Surgeon Sinclair Gore consulting with patient in his Oxford office

CoronaVirus update

As of March 23rd 2020 I will be hosting all consultations remotely where possible and would be delighted to contact you this way.

In light of the current public health emergency I am aiming to host all consultations remotely and as such will avoid unnecessary travel to hospital. If you have an appointment booked with me before June we will be in touch to discuss whether you would like this as a virtual consultation instead. For any new referrals, do please get in touch. Mr. Gore can arrange a virtual meeting at a convenient time; a face to face consult can then be scheduled when physical consulting has re-commenced. We are also available via email for any queries you may have. In the meantime we encourage you to stay safe whilst I try to do the same, enabling me to carry on with my cancer work within the NHS during this difficult period.

Welcome to the website of Sinclair Gore Plastic Surgery. Through both reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgery, I aim to improve people’s lives. My approach is bespoke and surgery is tailored to your specific needs. My clinical practice is based in Oxford and Reading. Beyond my clinical practice I am a council member of the British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists (BAHNO), a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSE), and a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), the British Lymphology Society (BLS) and the Rhinoplasty Society of Europe (RSE). I regularly work alongside international experts in these fields and lecture in these specialist areas.

What is Plastic Surgery?

Sinclair smiling in hospital reception area

In my private practice I enjoy meeting and treating cosmetic surgery patients as well as those requiring cancer treatment or surgical reconstruction. I see patients in clinics both in Oxford and Reading. My NHS practice is based in the Oxford Cancer Centre, hosted in the Churchill Hospital, Oxford. I work alongside national experts in cancer treatment and am proud to offer innovative and creative solutions to head and neck cancer patients and those requiring facial reconstruction.

There is a strong overlap between reconstructive techniques and those needed for good outcomes in cosmetic surgery; this is particularly the case in facial surgery but also applies to breast surgery and surgery of the torso. In private practice I also work within the Oxford Lymphoedema Practice, offering surgical solutions for all stages of lymphoedema. My experience is built upon many years of specialist training, national and international fellowships, multiple university degrees and awards, and extensive reflection upon my training and development.

LATEST CASE STUDIES

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Shelley – Abdominoplasty
Shelley, 38, was a mother of three young children and an enthusiastic gym athlete who disliked her abdominal bulge.
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Pippa – Blepharoplasty
Pippa, 48, was increasingly finding that her upper eyelids felt excessively heavy and she felt they made her look tired.