Dr Charalambos Lemonas

Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon
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Dr Charalambos Lemonas MD

Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon


Dr. Lemonas was awarded his doctorate in medicine from Semmelweis University of Medicine and completed his Plastic surgical training in Central London Hospitals. He was employed by prestigious hospitals such as Barts Health and King’s College Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital and Northampton General Hospital. He also spent time at the Plastic Surgery department of Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, New York.


His long experience in Plastic Surgery combined with his exemplary education enable him to contribute to medical research with an important number of publications in several world class journals including the European Journal of Plastic Surgery, the International Wound Journal and the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. While working at Barts Health and the London NHS Trust, two of the largest in activity scar clinics in the UK, his innovative input in scar management and development of new treatments in Keloid Disease has revolutionised the treatment options and highlighted the need for addressing the psychosocial issues associated with scars.


Dr. Lemonas’ contribution to Medicine has been rewarded with several awards and grants from the BLC as well as GSK. Apart from his role as Chief Surgeon of Belgravia Medical Centre, he an Honorary Lecturer and member of the Faculty of the Centre for Cutaneous Research (CCR) at the Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science of Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is a member of the teaching faculty of the Master Programme in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (MSc Aes Plast Surg) and the Postgraduate Diploma in Burn Care (PGDipBurnCare) based at Queen Mary University of London.


By treating a number of TV stars and people of the fashion industry, Dr. Lemonas is keenly aware of the importance of minimal or no scars and is highly dedicated to a natural look. He enjoys all areas of medical aesthetics and his expertise in the latest techniques has earned him the respect of his peers. He encourages all patients to consider image enhancement procedures, do their homework, ask questions and always insist on the very best.


Belgravia Medical Centre has the privilege to offer you the services of Dr. Charalambos Lemonas, a board certified Plastic Surgeon with whom you will always feel comfortable throughout this personal journey.


  1. Part of the Faculty of the Aesthetic surgery MSc, QMUL (Until 2015)
  2. Part of the Faculty of The Burns MSc, QMUL (Until 2015)
  3. Trainer in the Microsurgery Simulation Centre at QMUL (Until 2015)
  4. Teaching has become an everyday practice for me towards medical students, House
    officers, clinical attachment doctors and nursing staff on multiple settings and subjects of
    different disciplines.
  5. In my personal life I have the opportunity as a qualified Master Diver to teach and train
    others in open and advance diving and assist in wreck diving.


Clinical Courses

  • ATLS
  • ALS
  • PLS
  • Microsurgery Skills Course
  • X-Ray Trauma Interpretation
  • Teaching the Teachers
  • Burns Blasts & Major Incidents
  • Pre-operative assessment course
  • Variceal and Non-Variceal upper
  • GI haemorrhage
  • Management of Cutaneous
  • Malignant Melanoma
  • Management of Adult Inguinal
  • Hernia


Special Expertise

  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Breast reconstruction
  • Facial Reanimation
  • Microsurgery
  • Cosmetic Surgery


Special Services & Expertise

  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Calves Augmentation
  • Medical Aesthetics (Non Surgical)
  • Sensitive areas
  • Abdominoplasty
  • Liposuction
  • Buttock Enhancement
  • Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)
  • Eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty
  • Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)
  • Face and neck Lift
  • Breast Reduction
  • Breast Lift
  • Breast Augmentation
  • Pec Augmention
  • Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)


The most important step on your path to beauty and self confidence is the search for a top Plastic Surgeon.


PUBLICATIONS (click on the title)

December 2015 - Keloid Scars: The Hidden Burden of Disease.
Journal of Pigmentary Dissorders


November 2013 - Matrix metalloproteinases 1, 2, 13 and 14 are differentially expressed in keloid scars compared to normal skin.
J. of Investigative Dermatology, vol.133, supplement 1, S250.


January 2013 - Treatment of problematic scars.
Nursing in practice (Special editorial)


March 2012 - Extensor Indicis Proprius Opponensplasty – The Burkhalter Revisited.Journal of Hand Microsurgery


January 2012 -Bilateral Lower limp compartment syndrome: a potentially destructive complication of breast reduction.
Ann of Royal College Of England


December 2011 - Leiomyosarcoma of the rectum following pelvicirradiation: a difficult histological diagnosis.
Ann Royal College of Surgeons England


May 2011 - Patient Related Keloid Scar Assessment and Outcome Measures. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal


April 2011 - Leeches as a cost-effective measure in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
International Wound Journal Volume 8, Issue 2, pages 212–213,


March 2011 - Abdominoplasty: To inform about TRAM flaps or not?
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, Volume 64, Issue 3


March 2011 - Liposuction for highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART)- associated lipohypertrophy.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery (21 March 2011), pp. 1-4


October 2010 - The cost effectiveness of keloid Treatments.
Dermatologic Surgery Volume 36, Issue 10, pages 1624–1626


Nov 2013 - Preliminary results of 5-FU study for keloid disease.
Marrakesh World Aesthetic Congress


July 2012 - Keloid disease
2nd Annual Meeting of Hypertrophic and Keloid Scar Society.


June 2012 - Simulated Microsurgery its place in training.
Inaugural Meeting of the International Microsurgery Simulation Society


Aug 2011 - Patient related Keloid assessment and outcome measures.
Tissue Engineering and resurfacing Society, Singapore 2011


June 2011 - Simulated microsurgery teaching.
6th WSRM, Helsinki 2011


Oct 2010 - Racial Differences in Keloid Management.
ISAPS, Beirut 2010


April 2010 - The Burkhalter technique – tendon transfers.
Royal Society of Medicine


October 2008 - Pelvic injuries-case series.
Grand round – Northampton general Hospital


May 2007 - The use of CT in abdominal penetrating injuries.
At the BAEM National Conference


June 2005 - Insertion of a chest drains.
Presentation at the Kings College Hospital – A&E


2004 - Weekly surgical MOM presentations of all previous weeks patients.


May 2003 - Differential Diagnosis of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.


Aug 2010: Keloid Scars: A Randomized Clinical and Laboratory Based study on the Treatment and differentiation factors of the Local Disease.


May-Sept 2005: The use of CT in abdominal penetrating injuries patient.


  • January 2010 - Theater utilization and bed occupancy for Plastic surgical, Emergency (Royal London Hospital)
  • November 2009 - Coding practice of Plastic surgery department (Royal London Hos)
  • September 2008 - Incident Reporting in Trauma and Orthopaedics (North. Hospital)
  • January 2007 - The treatment of burns in the ED: (Kings College Hospital)
  • March 2006 - The use of NIV in patients (Kings College Hospital)
  • January 2006 - The use of KUB in urinary obstruction (Kings College Hospital)
  • August 2005 - Treating Corneal Abrasions (Kings College Hospital)



Obtaining Objective Measures of Nasal Symmetry at 20 year Review (April 2011)

  • Scientific Meeting of the Craniofacial Society of Great Britain. Craniofacial Society of Great Britain. York


A case of Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome (November 2010)

  • Undergraduate Surgical Conference. Royal Society of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow


The Burkhalter technique – EIP revisited (May 2010)

  • BAPRAS 2010


Gunshot wound patients profiling in a major London trauma Centre (February 2010)

  • Trauma conference - Kings college University London




  • Consultant Plastic Surgeon  (Jan, 2015 - Current)

    Belgravia Medical Centre (Cyprus)

  • Lecturer - Barts Health NHS Trust  (Aug, 2011 - Current)

    MDres (Queen Mary University of London)

  • Plastic surgery  (Sep, 2008 - Feb, 2015)

    Barts Health NHS Trust

  • Specialty Training 2  (Sep, 2007 - Sep, 2008)

    Princess Alexandra Hospital

  • Plastic Surgery Attachment  (Apr, 2008 - Current)

    Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, New York, USA

  • Specialty training 1  (Sep, 2006 - Sep, 2007)

    Northampton General Hospital

  • SHO GENERAL SURGERY  (Sep, 2005 - Sep, 2006)

    Kings College Hospital

  • SENIOR SHO  (Jan, 2005 - Sep, 2005)

    Trauma Centre, Kings College Hospital


  • Semmelweis University of Medicine,  (Jan, 1997 - Jan, 2003)


Honours & Awards

  • 2nd prize Poster Presentation at Trauma conference   (February 1, 2010)

    Kings College University Hospital

  • Distinction in Pathology  (May 1, 2000)

  • First prize in Anatomy competition  (December 1, 1997)

  • Distinction in Patho-Physiology   (December 1, 1998)

  • Board Certification in Plastic Surgery  

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    7 years ago

    Dr. Charalambos Lemonas, a board certified Plastic Surgeon with whom you will always feel comfortable throughout this personal journey:)

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