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Dalia UK

Plastic Surgery 

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“Thank you and the team so very much for your care and attention and your surgical skills. Most grateful .” 



Who We Are

We are a dedicated team ensuring your best care throughout your time with us. Miss Masud is a UK FRCS (plast) Board Certified Specialist Consultant in Plastic Surgery who works with a team of highly trained nurses and committed secretarial support.


Miss Masud trained at Imperial College London Medical School, UK, and later on completed the Pan Thames London Specialty Plastic Surgery Training. She then undertook further fellowships across the UK, which included Skin Cancer, Microsurgery Reconstruction and TIG (Training Interface Group) Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship.

Miss Masud currently works as a Specialist Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon  at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital where she is the lead in Breast Reconstruction Surgery.

Our aim is to be honest with patients about what can be realistically achieved and provide the best quality safe surgical care without fuss.

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Mrs Elle Hargreaves - Personal Assistant to Ms Dhalia Masud.

Elle has  spent
14 years working within the NHS at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital where she found her career in Medical Administration. Elle has enjoyed a variety of different roles in the NHS, all of which have brought an array of new skills and experiences to allow her to add a personal experience for each patient.
Elle works closely with Ms Masud to provide  one to one engagement and ongoing support of our patients

Latest News

Allergan Suspends Sales and Withdraws Supply of Textured Breast Implants in the  European Market  - Action is being taken following CE mark expiration. Allergan disagrees with the Agence National de Securite du Medicament (ANSM) removing the CE mark but the company is fully co-operating.

The safety profile of textured breast implants are known and surgical removal is not being recommended on this information alone, given the known risks removal can have for patients. 

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