CAiro plastic clinic
Cairo plastic clinic is located in the heart of Cairo on 42 Dokki St, by Dokki Square, 13th floor.
Dr. Adel Michel Wilson
Dr Adel Wilson is a professor of plastic surgery at the University of Cairo in Egypt. He has performed thousands of surgeries on medical tourists from around the world.
He had his training in the United Kingdom and he is internationally renowned professional in plastic and cosmetic surgeries where he is considered as a pioneer in that field.
Dr. Adel is a member of the court of examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England where he helps keep and maintain the standards of this professions and makes sure he stays up-to-date with the latest techniques and quality in surgery.
Dr. Wilson is a respected member of the International Plastic Surgery Community, and he presented lectures and wrote publications in all six continents.
Dr. Adel Wilson is very skilled in restoring youthfulness and redifining the human face and body, where perfection is trademark.
Dr. Wilson is skilled in facelift surgeries, rhinoplasty, breast surgeries, liposuction, obesity, body lift and tummy tuck. He is also a specialist in working on hand burns, scars, congenital anomalies, hair transplantation and lasers. He also offers BOTOX, fillers, lipolysis, and mesotherapy injections.
When asked once about the reason behind his success, he replied:
“I was always taught, even as a youngster, never to settle for second best, and never stop until the summit was attained. This has always been my policy in my research, studies, surgeries and I never accept a less than perfect result for my patients”.
*ECFMG certified (USA).
*Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
*M.D. (=Ph.D.) in Surgery Cairo University, Egypt.
*M.Sc. in Surgery Cairo University, Egypt.
*Royal College of Surgeons of England.
*American association for the Advancement of Science.
*International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
*Egyptian Society of Surgeons.
*Egyptian Society for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons.
*Hand Injuries;in Case Presentations for the MRCS & AFRCS; textbook edited by Lumley et al., Butterworth Heinemann, 1997.
*Widening of Scars: Foe coaxed into Friend?;(Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery vol.106:1488, 2000)
*The effect of burn blister fluid on fibroblast contraction; (Burns vol. 23:306, 1997)
* Widening of Scars; in Year Book of Plastic & Aesthetic Surgery, 2002
*Use of Botulinum Toxin to prevent widening of Facial scars; (Plastic & Reconstructive surgery vol.117:1758, 2006)
*Widening of Scars; in Surgical Techniques for Cutaneous Scar Revision, (Informa Healthcare, USA, 2009)
*”Eradication of Keloids: Surgical excision followed by a single injection of 5-Fluorouracl and Botulinum Toxin.” (Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery, vol.21 (2): 87-91 June, 2013.)