Mrs Diana Slade-Sharman is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgeon in Wiltshire specilaising in Aesthetic Surgery of the breast and body
Based at: New Hall Hospital | Get directions | Go to hospital website
Mrs Diana Slade-Sharman is a highly experienced UK trained, fully accredited plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgeon with over 14 years experience as an NHS Consultant. She has been department lead for Clinical Governance and lead for Breast Plastic Surgery at Salisbury, in total for 9 years. She is one of a small number of Plastic Surgeons who achieved a national Breast Oncoplastic Training post at St Andrews Hospital, Chelmsford as well as a Cosmetic Fellowship at St Andrews, Chelmsford.
Mrs Slade-Sharman is committed to providing the highest standards of care, tailored to the patients’ individual needs, utilising the latest evidenced based surgical techniques and experienced, compassionate clinical judgement.
Mrs Slade-Sharman provides all forms of cosmetic Breast surgery including breast enlargement or augmentation, breast uplift or mastopexy, breast reduction, male breast reduction, breast reconstruction procedures, nipple reconstruction, correction of nipple inversion, lipotransfer or lipofilling, breast asymmetry procedures, congenital breast deformity such as tuberous breast. She also performs breast revisional surgery including breast implant revisional work.
She provides expertise in skin cancer and benign skin lesions such as moles, lipomas, cysts, warts. She is trained to in dermoscopy for the assessment of skin lesions. She performs tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), liposuction or body contouring, arm lift or reduction otherwise known as brachioplasty, labiaplasty. She also performs upper lid blepharoplasty and prominent ear correction and split earlobe or other earlobe correction.
MSc (Surgical Sciences)
Specialist register for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery General Medical Council (GMC)
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSEng)
Fill member of British Association Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
Salisbury Foundation Trust and University Hospital Southampton