Ken Stewart is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh and at St John's Hospital in Livingston, Scotland. A full member of BAAPS and BAPRAS, he is active in the field of plastic surgery research, in particular outcomes from aesthetic surgery and lectures extensively. He runs the Scottish national ear reconstruction programme for children and adults with ear malformations.

Latest Contribution

Cosmetic Facial Surgery (Second Edition)

I do not know who Joe Niamatu I or Joe Niamtu II were and sadly I have never met Joe Niamtu III. I have, however, read his book from cover to cover and feel that I got to know his...

Auricular Reconstruction

In 2013 I sat in a little cafe in Nice with a small band of ear surgeons. We were there to put finishing touches to our plans to form the International Society for Auricular Reconstruction (ISAR). One in our midst...

Serdev Techniques in Rhinoplasty

I have never had the pleasure of meeting Nikolay Serdev but his book exudes the personality of a fascinating free thinking maverick. Each of the six chapters outlines a nuanced minimally invasive technique that challenges modern conceptions and bias towards...

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