Mr Abela discusses the range of skin conditions and ages his specialist skills can help to support.
Alongside heading a dedicated team at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Mr Abela has offered his skills pro bono to the “facing the world” charity. Coordinating the multidisciplinary team which separated conjoined twins Rital and Ritag.
A similar ethos applies to the private patients he sees at Skin Care Network. They are treated with honesty and above all, as individuals. Each patient’s unique needs are the first consideration in determining their care.
Mr Abela originally qualified at Cambridge University. Subsequent specialist training includes a fellowship in Plastic Surgery (FRCS) from the Royal College of Surgeons and a higher degree in cosmetic surgery.
Study at renowned centres in Cape Town and the USA broadened his knowledge, of techniques and the wide range of conditions people experience. Knowledge Mr Abela is happy to share with colleagues through dedicated organisations.
Professional memberships include the BMA, Royal College of Surgeons of England, Royal Society of Medicine, British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
The research Mr Abela carries out into measuring clinical outcomes also helps colleagues and improves experiences for many patients. A reflection of the personal care and high level skills he offers to all who visit our clinics.