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.

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Ethnic Considerations in Facial Plastic Surgery

If you are struggling to address the wide variety of ethnic considerations in your multi-ethnic patient population you could consider a world tour of expert centres, although your carbon footprint might not look smart and your Amex may be burdened....


Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of the East Asian Face

One can think of very few communities to which the East Asian diaspora has not migrated over the course of the last few centuries. Thus, even northern European surgeons such as myself are regularly faced with aesthetic challenges pertaining to...


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...