Breast Augmentation Surgeon

Eoin O’Broin: Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Eoin-O-Broin-breast-augmentation-surgeonEoin O’Broin is a graduate of University College, Dublin (1990), and started his basic surgical training on the Dublin Surgical rotation scheme in 1992. He became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1994 and attained a place on the Irish Plastic Surgical Training Scheme the following year. He rotated through most of the Irish Plastic Surgical Units.

He passed the FRCSI(Plast); Plastic Surgery fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1999. The following year he did a cosmetic surgical fellowship at the Stamford Hospital in London where he experienced a large number of aesthetic breast cases, working with high profile London cosmetic surgeon. This was followed by a 1-year clinical fellowship in St James Hospital in Leeds. The fellowship in Leeds involved training in breast reconstruction, in particular Microsurgical Reconstruction. A further fellowship in in the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia and in the Australian craniofacial centre, which also involved further training in major reconstruction and cleft and cranio facial surgery.

Mr Ó Broin is on the GMC specialist register and is member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. He has published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at international meetings in Ireland, in the UK and in the United States.

He was a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Leicester Royal Infirmary (NHS) for three years where he specialised in breast and other reconstructive surgery. Outside the NHS he had a busy cosmetic practice with an interest in aesthetic breast, facial and body contouring surgery. 

He is now a consultant plastic surgeon and cosmetic surgeon working in the Cork University Hospital specialising in cleft lip and palate surgery, breast reconstruction and aesthetic surgery. He performs large numbers of aesthetic breast procedures each year and has built up a great deal of experience in dealing with complex cases.

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