Dan Marsh

Dan Marsh is an award-winning Harley Street plastic and cosmetic surgeon.

Dan Marsh is an award-winning Harley Street plastic and cosmetic surgeon. He is also a surgeon at the Royal Free NHS Hospital in London.

His work involves the latest developments in surgery techniques, equipment and materials to ensure his patients have the most comfortable experience and enjoy the very best results. He is a leader in the use of local anaesthetics for surgery which minimises incisions and scarring, and reduces recovery times.

While he is a specialist in all types of plastic and aesthetic surgery, Dan has a special focus on breast and facial surgery, for both reconstructive and cosmetic purposes.

He is passionate about involving breast cancer survivors in their reconstructive surgery and runs a specialist patient group, the only one of its kind in London, for women to meet others who’ve been through the procedure.

Dan has a PhD from University College London and continues to produce high quality research.

At just 40 years old, he has more than 30 peer reviewed publications, regularly presents his work at international plastic surgery meetings and has been awarded several prizes including the prestigious Hackett Prize from the British Association of Aesthetic Surgeons.

He currently leads a research team at the Royal Free and University College London developing a novel technique of treating skin cancers using targeted nanoparticle-based therapies.

He is on the General Medical Council specialist register for Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is a member of the British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (BAPRS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).