Mr Sheikh Ahmad has over 30 years of surgical experience, with extensive experience in both cosmetic and aesthetic procedures.

He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1992, has trained at some of the most prestigious institutions in the UK and contributed to ground-breaking developments in the world of breast surgery. 

He’s an innovative, progressive cosmetic & aesthetic surgeon, with a keen interest in research and developing his own knowledge, which allows him to offer his clients the most effective, reliable surgical procedures available.

 Mr. Ahmad is registered on the General Medical Councils (GMCs) specialist register – GMC number 4286992.


Special interests:
Cosmetic breast surgery: A consultant surgeon, Mr Ahmad has a specialist interest in breast cosmetic surgery. He’s performed more than 3000 breast cosmetic surgeries and has developed techniques to address some of the most unwanted issues related to breast enlargement with implant surgery.

Specialist procedures include breast reductions with minimal scarring, breast uplift (mastopexy), breast uplift with implant, asymmetry correction, correction of tuberous breast, nipple reconstruction, fat transfers, and operations for gynaecomastia (male breast enlargement).

Mr Ahmad also specialises in abdominoplasties (tummy tuck). He has a very keen interest in the field and has introduced an innovative approach to the procedure catering to all kinds of abdominoplasties to deliver optimum results for the individuals

Full three-dimensional planning service with 3D imaging (Crisalix): An essential service for any person undergoing breast enlargement, this offers a unique pre-surgery evaluation that helps the client and surgeon make decisions regarding choice of implant, size, shape and enhancement.

ADM (acellular dermal matrix)/biological mesh: Mr. Ahmad is one of very few specialist cosmetic & plastic surgeon to have expertise of using ADM and biological mesh in cosmetic breast surgery. This is very useful technique to prevent capsular contracture, breast ptosis (drop) after breast lift and breast enlargement with moderate to large size implants.

Post-weight loss tissue reduction surgery: With a special interest in post-weight loss surgery, Mr. Ahmad provides a wide variety of cosmetic procedures to address the issues that are faced following extreme weight loss, including thigh lifts, brachioplasty (arm lift), abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) and liposuction.


MB (Bachelor of Medicine), MCh (Master of Surgery), FRCS (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons), FRCSI (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland), FRCS Gen Eng (breast).

He was awarded a Masters Degree in Surgery from Cardiff University in 2003 and passed an intercollegiate exam in June 2006. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and a member of the Association of Breast Surgeons at the British Association of Surgical Oncology (ABS @ BASO).

Mr. Ahmad is registered on the General Medical Councils (GMCs) specialist register – GMC number 4286992.


Mr. Ahmad became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1993. He went on to spend three years in St. James’s University hospital in Leeds, working in an extremely busy breast unit gaining experience in breast cancer surgery and cosmetic procedures, including breast augmentations and breast reductions.

He gained significant experience in autologous reconstruction techniques, at the University of Wales Hospital, Cardiff, where he worked with professor Robert Mansel, who holds an international reputation for his contribution towards modernising the field of breast surgery. At Singleton University Hospital in Swansea, Mr. Ahmad undertook a fellowship (All Wales Oncoplastic Fellowship) in oncoplastic breast surgery, working alongside plastic surgeons in Cardiff to consolidate and further develop techniques for reconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery.

He was the first surgeon to successfully perform one-stage delayed breast reconstruction with a permanent implant using Strattice™, a technique that has the advantage of preventing further operations following surgery for breast cancer.

Mr Ahmad also helped the Mermaid unit introduce and establish the OSNA service in Cornwall. This rapid molecular technique prevents a second operation in breast cancer patients by allowing the surgeon to assess axillary nodal status at the time of the first surgery. He is able to perform an axillary clearance if indicated during the same operation thus preventing a second operation – and saving the patient a longer wait for results.

Mr. Ahmad has a keen interest in research and has many presentations at yearly scientific conferences e.g. ORBS and ABS.

His academic achievements include papers and abstracts on breast disease management.

He is committed to educating forthcoming trainers in the art of modern oncoplastic techniques and ensuring that his own skills and knowledge are cutting edge.