Mr Asmat Din
MA MBBS FRCS
Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
- Extremity trauma reconstruction (Upper & Lower Limb)
- Breast Cancer Reconstruction
- Cosmetic Surgery of the breast, abdomen, and limbs
- Skin Cancer excision & reconstruction
- Benign skin lesion excision
- Diabetic foot reconstruction
- Pressure sore reconstruction
- Abdominal wall & perineal reconstruction
- Scar revision
Mr Asmat Din is a Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon at Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
As well as having a broad general Plastic Surgery practice, he subspecialises in microsurgical reconstruction of complex wounds following trauma, cancer, the complications of diabetes and vascular disease, and prolonged critical illnesses. The broad and complex nature of this work means that he works closely with leading surgeons from other specialities to ensure that all of his patients get the best outcomes in terms of aesthetic form and function.
Mr Din studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and then the University of London. As an academically focused student, he graduated with a double distinction, as well as multiple prizes.
He undertook a comprehensive training in Plastic Surgery, working at the largest and most busy centres in the UK, before completing his specialist training rotating through the major London units. Following this, he undertook a Microsurgical Reconstruction Fellowship in St Thomas' Hospital that encompassed complex soft tissue reconstruction form head to toe in adults and children. The majority of these patients were either post-cancer or post-trauma reconstructions. Subsequently, he undertook a Trauma and Sarcoma Reconstruction Fellowship in Bristol.
Mr Din was awarded the prestigious Ian McGregor Medal for Outstanding Performance in the FRCS Plast examination. This is the final examination that all UK Certified Plastic Surgeons have to take before commencing Consultant practice.
Mr Din also has a keen interest in teaching and training and has sat on a number of national committees including the FRCS Exam Board. He is currently an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Queen Mary's University of London.